Even though some of us expected the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 to be released on July 4 alongside the latest version of Windows, it looks like Microsoft wasn’t willing or able to meet this deadline and decided to schedule the device’s launch to mid-fall. More specifically, the Surface Pro 4 will probably be released on October 4, which means that those of you who were planning to purchase a Surface Pro 3 should probably wait a bit in order to get your hands on its more powerful successor.
The Surface Pro 4 is not going to be an ordinary tablet, as it will serve the function of both a laptop and a tablet. This particular design will make it highly versatile and sought after, but since it will basically incorporate two different products, it will cost about $1,700, which is definitely not cheap. Still, for that price you’ll be able to enjoy the impressive performance. The Surface Pro 4 is expected to be powered by a Core i5 or Core i7 processor while its screen is rumored to measure 12 inches and to feature a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels. Despite its thinness, the “laplet” will be well ventilated and will probably feature a battery range of around 17 hours, which is nothing to sneeze at.
Are you looking forward to the Microsoft Surface Pro 4?
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