Microsoft Surface Pro With Powerful Battery and Processor Gets Launched

Microsoft is back in it and is back with a bang. The launch of the Microsoft Surface Pro is certainly one of the most awaited events of the year 2017. And finally, we have got the first looks of the device. The highlight of the device which has been launched is certainly going to be the battery which is expected to be one of the most powerful batteries.

The specs and the features, which have been revealed, state that Microsoft Surface Pro is going to run on the Intel Kaby Lake processors. The users will certainly get a number of options coming to the cores in the processors and these are – Core m3, Core i5, and Core i7. A couple of variants of the Core i5 model are going to be available on the market based on the RAM and internal storage. One of the two is going to have a 4 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage while the other one comes with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage.

Microsoft Surface Pro
Microsoft Surface Pro gets launched with quite a few high-end features

The Core i7 edition of the Microsoft Surface Pro is going to be available on the market in three variants which include three combinations – 8 GB RAM & 128 GB internal storage, 16 GB RAM & 512 GB native storage and 16 GB RAM & 1 TB internal storage. Along with these, all the variants of the 2-in-1 hybrid tab from Microsoft are going to come packed with Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640. The low-end version with Core m3 comes with a 4 GB RAM and 128 GB flash storage facilities along with the Intel HD Graphics 615 GPU.

Now shifting our focus to the highlight of the device, as mentioned above, the battery, it can be said that if the promise eventually turns out to be true might just be even better than the battery of the Apple iPad Pro. It is believed that the battery of the Microsoft Surface Pro will last for 13.5 hours which is almost a 50 percent hike from the battery backup of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. The 12.3-inch display comes with a support for a display resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels with an aspect ratio of 3:2. The 162-degree adjustable hinge is also retained from its predecessor in the features of the hybrid device from Microsoft.

The basic model of the device comes with a price tag of $799.99 which is equivalent to 51K INR. The device will be put up on sale from the month of June. And it is really going to be interesting to find out how the device performs when users get hold of the device.

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