Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 4 Tablet With Surface Pen [Video]

Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 4 Tablet With Surface Pen [Video]

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Microsoft has announced the Surface Pro 4 tablet with Surface Pen which will compete with Apple's new iPad Pro.

Meet Surface Pro 4, the tablet that can replace your laptop. Featuring Windows 10 Pro, 6th Generation Intel Core m, Core i5 and Core i7 processors, and a 12.3-inch PixelSense Display, Surface Pro 4 helps you power through everything you need to do. Starting at just $899, it’s thinner, lighter and faster than any previous Surface Pro model.



Here's a look at the new features...

Features:
● Exceptional performance. With the new 6th Generation Intel Core m, Core i5, and Core i7 processors, Surface Pro 4 is not only more powerful than Surface Pro 3 — it’s quieter, runs cooler, and is even more efficient. With up to nine hours of battery life for video playback and the optional Surface Pro 4 Type Cover (sold separately), you can get more work done without interruption.

● Experience Windows 10. With full Windows 10 Pro, Surface Pro 4 is compatible with virtually all your favorite software. You can run apps and desktop programs like Microsoft Office side-by-side, and the enterprise-level security of Windows Hello helps keep your contents secure. Plus, full pen support and the redesigned Surface Pen packing 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity enable you to write directly on Web pages in the Microsoft Edge browser or access your personal digital assistant, Cortana, with the click of a button.

● Best-in-class screen. With a stunning 12.3-inch PixelSense Display and 3:2 aspect ratio for comfortable viewing, Surface Pro 4’s screen builds on the innovative design of the Surface Pro 3 screen. One of the brightest and most accurate displays Surface has ever made, it features 267 ppi and 1300:1 contrast ratio, supports 100 percent sRGB color, and has 5 million pixels.

Surface Pen
Experience the ultimate modern writing experience with the new Surface Pen. Now with 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity and reduced latency, Surface Pen lets you write, draw or mark documents digitally while still feeling as natural as pen on paper with precision ink on one end and an eraser on the other.

Take notes to quickly capture your thoughts and instantly convert to text for sharing and searching with ease. Click once to open OneNote, double click to screen capture, or click and hold to instantly access your personal digital assistant, Cortana. The Microsoft Surface Pen Tip Kit enables you to choose the tip that feels most natural. Stick with the preinstalled HB tip for writing and sketching, or swap to a B tip for sketching and illustrations, an H tip for drawing, or the 2H tip for drafting and fast strokes. And now, simply attach your Surface Pen magnetically to the side of your Surface, so you never leave it behind. Choose from five vibrant colors — charcoal, blue, red, silver and gold — to express your personal style.

The Surface Pro 4 starts at $899. More details at the link below...

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Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 4 Tablet With Surface Pen [Video]

Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 4 Tablet With Surface Pen [Video]

Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 4 Tablet With Surface Pen [Video]

Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 4 Tablet With Surface Pen [Video]
derth - October 9, 2015 at 4:10am
That price!!!.... I can probably build my own low-med spec pc or get a low-med spec laptop instead and still get some leftover change.
nogunssaveslives - October 7, 2015 at 10:53am
well ladies and gentlemen, it has finally happened. High quality PCs and Microsoft products are no longer less expensive than macs. Now, PC people cannot claim price as their reason for buying! Also, Macs and new-age high end PCs have really similar speed and specs, so that goes out the window as well.... What is the difference now? PCs even look like MacBook Pros! I guess the only way to choose between them is their OS. How about that.
SimonSays - October 7, 2015 at 4:36am
Do blue screen crashes come standard or do those cost extra this year? Oh wait, it's Microsoft. Blue screen crashes will always be complementary.
irf14n_ali - October 7, 2015 at 6:11am
Hi Simon, Im not familiar with the microsoft tablets but im assuming you have more knowledge so i would like to ask if the tablets crash alot as i was really thinking of getting instead of the ipad pro... your input would be helpful thanks
PaladinLV - October 7, 2015 at 4:14am
$899? In your dreams! If you want it to "replace" a laptop try more like $1699 minimum after properly configured!
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