In addition to unveiling its first ever laptop, Microsoft has also announced the arrival of a new Surface Pro 4 tablet which is equipped with enough power to run almost all kinds of desktop software with ease.
Surface Pro 4 tablet launched
The new Surface Pro 4 comes pre-installed with Micorosoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system and will be powered by a variety of different processors
As can be expected, the new Surface Pro 4 comes pre-installed with Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system and will be powered by a variety of different processors including Intel’s sixth generation Core m3, i5, or i7.
The processors are supported with up to 16GB of RAM power, with other options including Intel HD graphics 515 card for the m3, Intel HD graphics 520 for the i5, and Intel Iris graphics for the i7. The tab also has a 12.3-inch PixelTouch display with a resolution of 2736x1824.
“Surface Pro 4 is the proportions of a sheet of paper so that it feels familiar in your hands. It goes from tablet to laptop in a snap with the multi-position Kickstand and improved keyboard. Powered by Windows 10, Surface Pro 4 turns from a tablet into a full powered laptop while running all of your desktop software,” Microsoft said about the Surface Pro 4 at the launch.
Other features of Microsoft’s newest tab include a 5MP front-facing camera for video calling and things of that nature, and an 8MP main camera with support for 1080p HD video recording and stereo microphones.
Watch the Surface Pro 4 in the video below.
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