Why Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Â is so great? Detailed analysis of an impressive tab
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has invaded the world. The way it is attracting attention, no one has slightest doubt that it is going to be among the highest selling tablets in the market. Its previous version was a massive hit and it is going to achieve even bigger success.
Nonetheless it may still not be able to catch up with Appleâ€™s very successful iPad tablets. Despite the fact that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is going to give very tough fight to Apple iPads besides other tablet makers including Samsung, Apple is expected to remain market leader for some more time.
There is no denying the fact that Microsoft has amazed its critics who had said that the company may not be able to come out with a winning and dependable tablet in the market. But after merely a few attempts, and some initial failures the company seems to be proving them wrong. Its tablets have made a mark, and the latest line of Lumia smartphones seem to be out and out winners.
The company must be commended. Microsoft seems to have become a fast learner and this is the reason that the company has been able to learn from its past mistakes and bring out products that seem to be better than its competitorsâ€™ wares. Surface Pro 4 comes following the massive success of Surface Pro 3. The last iteration of the tablet was itself an exceptional tablet and going by reviewersâ€™ opinions, the latest tab is far better than the previous version.
Merely a look at the new tablet is enough to prove that the new iteration seems to be much better and advanced than the previous version. When it comes to display, Surface Pro 3 comes with 12-inch, 3:2 aspect ratio and 2160 x 1440 native resolution while Surface Pro 4 comes with 12.3-inch, 3:2 aspect ratio and 2736 x 1824 native resolution. There is no denying the fact that Surface Pro 4 despite looking a smaller device comes with a bigger screen. There are many experts who are suggest that the Redmond based tech giant has actually improved when it comes to brightness, contrast and touchscreen response.
One major improvement is the new and very impressive Surface Pen. Surface Pro 4â€™s new Surface Pen is much more improved and accurate than the previous version. Reports suggest that the Surface Pen in the new iteration has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and a new â€˜eraserâ€™ top. It is bundled with the Surface Pro 4 and costs $59.99 to any existing Surface owners who want to grab it separately. For the latest tablet owners the new Surface Pen is going to be extremely helpful feature. The company has also improved in many other aspects. The Redmond company has come out with better and improved Type Cover with wider key spacing, a 40% larger glass trackpad and key backlighting. But the Type Cover will put you back by as much as $129 and another better version with fingerprint sensor by as much as $159.
Other things to are no less impressive. When it comes to innards, the new tab seem to be better endowed than many top of the line laptops. The new tab comes with up to 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. This is not the only thing. The new tablet comes with Intelâ€™s Skylake processors are and even the least expensive model comes with M3 CPU, scaling to i5 and i7 with 515, 520 and Iris GPUs. Many analysts believe in Microsoft claim that the latest iteration of its Surface laptop is actually twice as powerful as a MacBook Air.
On the other hand, battery is expected to last longer. When it comes to battery life, both the last version and the newest versions remain same with no change at all. Microsoft is claiming that it will give 9 hours battery backup. But it depends the way you use it. An important difference between the two machines is operating system. The latest Surface Pro 4 is coming with Windows 10 Pro. The previous version came with either Windows 8 Home or Professional. Meanwhile when it comes to connectivity options Surface Pro 4 comes with 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (LE), full size USB 3.0 port, Mini DisplayPort and microSD card reader.
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