Latest On Microsoft Surface Pro 5 : Released With The Latest Windows Update, The Device May Have 16GB RAM And Intel Core i7 Processor
The Microsoft Surface Pro is a marvellous piece of technology. Even though it comes in a very small and light package, Microsoft does not compromise with its performance.The current Microsoft Surface Pro 4 comes with Intel i7 and is paired with 16GB RAM.According to recent reports, the Surface Pro 5 will come with 512GB of storage.
For a tablet which is not a laptop, this much storage will surely attract a lot of customers.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will come with powerful Intel i7 processor in the latest Kaby Lake version and will be combined with at least 16GB of RAM.The surface pen of The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 would be able to charge from its magnetic dock wirelessly.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will also come along with Fingerprint Scanning Technology via the PixelSense Display instead of ultra-high resolution display. This feature of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will give a new level of security for the users.
The another feature of The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is that it include USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity and USB 3.0 which is given for modern convertibles.The current Microsoft Surface Pro 4 comes at $899 and have 4GB of RAM with Intel Core m3 processor with 128GB SSD. The high-end model of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 comes with 2.2GHz Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. All Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablets come with the resolution of 2736 X 1824 in 12.3 inch PixelSense display.
The Surface Pro 5 will have Windows 10 Redstone 3 OS from Microsoft.The pricing details for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 have not been announced officially by Microsoft. Most probably Surface Pro 5 will be launched during this Spring.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is expected to have an average price of $899 and will be released in February 2017.
It will be interesting to see how the new market responds to the upcoming flagship in the Microsoft Surface lineup. Expectations are high, and Microsoft doesn't always let down.