Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Price And Top 7 Features

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Price And Top 7 Features


Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Price And Top 7 Features

Since the Kaby Lake processor is expected to get announced later this year, other rumors are suggesting that the Surface Pro 5 may continue to feature Intel Skylake chipset.

It is believed that the upcoming Surface Pro 5 will come with a bigger screen of 13.3 inches and will support 4K resolution. Now there’s another possibility that we’ll see the Surface Pro 5 before the end of June but we don’t know yet. The Surface Pen is expected to arrive with a larger battery that may last for up to 7 hours compared to 5-6 hours battery backup of Surface Pro 4. However, the Microsoft tablet was plagued with battery management issues, which the company addressed in an update in February this year.

We were impressed with the Surface Pro 4, reviewed and shown above, which is easily the most desirable of all of Microsoft’s Windows tablets.

Microsoft is expected to create this device as one of the most powerful offerings of recent times.

  • According to early speculation, Microsoft plans to release the next installment of the Surface Pro lineup this November which is a big deal. Use the Surface Pen to open a OneNote or to activate Cortana, your truly personal digital assistant,”says Microsoft”. To avail the offer, you will have to purchase the top-of-the-line Surface Book or the Surface Pro 4 with Core i7 processor. Hence, a launch around November is the only plausible date for Surface Pro 5 this year, though we doubt it is likely to be an upgraded Surface Pro 4. The stylus may be recharged through a magnetic dock linked to the tablet. However, the Redmond-based tech giant has not yet announced the official release date of Surface Pro 5 and Surface Book 2.

With reports proposing an impending release of Surface Pro 5 this June, many prospective buyers are wondering if they should wait for it.

Microsoft wowed the audience at the unveiling of the very first Surface Book, which is a hybrid of a laptop and a tablet.

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