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The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is pretty much what happens when you cross the boundaries that separate a tablet from a laptop. The Surface Pro 4 is a large upgrade from its predecessor, bringing the latest and most powerful processors to the table. Read more below!

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About Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Philippines

Incredible Performance with Intel Core processorson the Surface Pro 4 Philippines

The Surface Pro 4 line of Windows tablets come in several different configurations, starting from a base line model with very simple specifications to a premium model with higher end specifications. The lowest base-line model starts with an Intel Core M3-6Y30 processor that is paired with 4 GB of RAM and an internal solid state drive (SSD) storage of only 128 GB. Moving up to the mid-ranged specification models the processor gets to an Intel Core i5-6300U that is paired with either 8 GB or 16 GB of RAM and either 256 GB or 512 GB of SSD internal storage.

Going up the higher-end specifications of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 sees the utilization of the powerful Intel Core i7-6650U processor, with a generous amount of RAM in either 8 GB or 16 GB. For storage, users can choose between 256 GB, 512 GB, or a massive 1024 GB of SSD.

Fuller Computing Power, Better Convenience

Not only is the Surface Pro 4 incredibly powerful, but it is also thinner than its competitor's MacBook line of laptops. Even with the beautiful 12.3-inch PixelSense display, the Surface Pro 4 is incredibly light at under a kilogram (766 grams), making it easy to carry around to your work or school where you will require the full performance of a computer.

The Surface Pro 4 also features a multi-position kickstand that is adjustable to suit several different viewing angles to achieve proper comfort whether you are using it on your lap or using it on your desk. The Surface Pro 4 can also be used with the Surface Type Cover to bring even more functionality to the tablet, allowing it to function even more like an ultraportable laptop.

Like its predecessor, the Surface Pro 4 comes with the superior Surface Pen. The Surface Pen stylus now has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and literally zero lag between the Surface Pen and the display, just like a real pen on real paper. With the Surface Pro 4 you can now utilize the advantages of both a laptop and a tablet in one same device.

Work All Day

The Surface Pro 4 has an incredible battery life of up to 9 hours. This allows you to work and play all day long without interruption. Bring the surface out tot work all day, and recharge only at the end of the day.

Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2015-10-07
The Microsoft Surface Pro is a 2-in-1 tablet/notebook hybrid device that runs full Windows; and for those who remembered, actually didn't sell very well the first time round in 2013 . (The disaster that was Windows 8 didn't help.) But times have changed...
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theguardian.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-28
great screen, brilliant keyboard (optional), microSD card reader, excellent kickstand, Windows Hello, fast but quiet, solid buildbattery life only just acceptable, no USBC, expensive
Microsoft's vision of the future of a Windows 10 PC comes in the form of the new Surface Pro.The Surface Pro – Microsoft dropped its numbering scheme – follows on from last year's Surface Pro 4, which was an excellent computer plagued by heat and battery...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-06-23
Microsoft and Apple have reignited their age old rivalry in recent years with devices that aim to replace your laptop and tablet. The iPad Pro and the Surface Pro are both competing head-to-head in a battle that could well shape how we see computers in th...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-23
Faster than before, with great battery life, Keyboards are still fantastic, Screen looks great, Incredibly light for an ultraportableMore expensive than Surface Pro 4, since Pen is separate, Not many design improvements from SP4, Could use more ports
The Surface Pro is everything we've ever wanted from Microsoft's Surface line. It fixes the few remaining problems from the Surface Pro 4, a machine that I adored. And yet it's far less exciting than its predecessors. It's the second incremental upgrade...
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channelpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-06-21
Boasting a sleeker frame, a redesigned stylus and a vastly improved keyboard, does the Surface Pro 4 have what it takes to usher in the hybrid revolution?Jump to:21/06/2017New Surface Pro replaces Surface Pro 4Microsoft has now released the new Surface Pr...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-21
Excellent notebook performance in a tablet format, Significantly improved battery life, Outstanding build quality, Type Cover offers a quieter experience, Surface Pen is more precise and fasterConnectivity is minimal and lacks USB Type-C, Signature Type Cover and Surface Pen are costly add-ons
Update 6/21/2017 4:00PM: Updated after talking with conversation with Microsoft. An earlier version of this review said passively cooled versions of the Surface Pro did not have vents. They do, however, have vents — they just lack a cooling fan.Microsoft...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-20
Lisa Gade reviews the new Surface Pro, released in June 2017. This is the successor to the Surface Pro 4, and boasts quieter, cooler and faster operation and Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake dual core CPUs. Battery life is also much better. It has the same...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-06-16
There's one word you will rarely hear from Microsoft when it talks about the new Surface Pro: “tablet”. Yes, if you take off the Type Cover (or just don't buy it), the Surface Pro looks and feels very much like a tablet. But Microsoft doesn't want you to...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2017-06-16
Masses of power, A joy to type on, Wonderful screen, Great battery lifeToo pricey for the top-spec models, Lack of ports may frustrate some
Confession: when the new Surface Pro was announced back in May I was distinctly underwhelmed.I'd fully expected a new Surface Pro 5 to land with a planet-splitting, subsonic boom; my fevered little imagination had equipped it with a 5K screen, a Type Cove...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-16
So we were all expecting a Surface Pro 5 and, er, we didn't really get one. What we got was the New Surface Pro. If you're expecting a major upgrade from the Surface Pro 4, you'll only be excited if you're the sort of person who gets excited by spec upg...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
Refined design is its best yet, new keyboard (sold separately) makes for best typing experience yet, great screen resolution and brightness, plenty of power available but fanless Core i5 is probably your best betBattery life still isn't great (not in the Core i7 model anyway fanless Core i5 ought to be better in this regard), keyboard not included, can get mighty expensive to the point a laptop might make more sense
Say hello to the Microsoft Surface 5. Ok, ok, so it's "the new Microsoft Surface Pro", rather than adopting the generational number format in its name. And that's quite possibly because this fifth-generation model looks suspiciously like its predecessor...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
The Surface Pro gets better performance and battery life from its CPU update, and most models are now fanless. The excellent kickstand is even more flexibleMinimal redesign leaves out USB-C and Thunderbolt options. The Surface Pen stylus is no longer included by default, and new keyboard covers are more expensive than ever. Still not great for lap use
It's like trying to pick a suspect out of a police lineup of identical twins. Take 2015's Surface Pro 4 and the long-awaited new version just called Surface Pro, and stick them side by side on a table. Now, go and grab the new one. Like me, you might pick...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
Nearly five years after Microsoft introduced the device that created the 2-in-1 category, the company's Surface Pro systems are still the detachables other companies are trying to beat. So how does Microsoft improve upon its class-leading hybrid? By refin...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
Iris Plus GPU gives it the graphics oomph of a discrete GPU, Kickstand folds back, almost flat, If you loved the Surface Pro 4, you'll love the new Surface ProSurface Pro doesn't skimp on price, Battery life is nowhere near promised 13.5 hours
Set Microsoft's Surface Pro (2017) next to its predecessor, the Surface Pro 4, and I defy you to tell the difference. With the same dimensions and weight, the two are virtually indistinguishable—a kickstand that reclines further and a few cosmetic changes...
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T3.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
Superb screen, Good battery life, Undeniably versatileExpensive at higher specs, Keyboard costs extra and is poor, Stylus costs extra again, although it is, admittedly, excellent
We reviewed the Surface Pro 4 and liked it a lot. Well, that was then. And a different reviewer.I'm going to get this out of the way now, because it underpins the rest of the review: Surface Pro is a fascinating stab at a hybrid of laptop and tablet.Havi...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
The new Type Covers are really excellent, The traditional Surface features—screen, build, kickstand—remain first class, Tilt support on the pen makes for a much more natural drawing experiencePen no longer included in the box, Configuration options remain inflexible, I have misgivings about the use of Alcantara, A solitary USB port does not offer much scope for connecting devices, The Ugly, Premium 2017 machines need to embrace USB Type-C and...
Every new Surface Pro has been the best Surface Pro yet. The new fifth-generation Surface Prounnumbered, Microsoft having dropped numeric suffixescontinues that trend. It is as good as or better than its predecessor, the Surface Pro 4, in every way.And ye...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
The Surface Pro gets better performance and battery life from its CPU update, and most models are now fanless. The excellent kickstand is even more flexibleMinimal redesign leaves out USB-C and Thunderbolt options. The Surface Pen stylus is no longer included by default, and new keyboard covers are more expensive than ever. Still not great for lap use
It's like trying to pick a suspect out of a police lineup of identical twins. Take 2015's Surface Pro 4 and the long-awaited new version just called Surface Pro, and stick them side by side on a table. Now, go and grab the new one. Like me, you might pick...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
There's one word you will rarely hear from Microsoft when it talks about the new Surface Pro: “tablet”. Yes, if you take off the Type Cover (or just don't buy it), the Surface Pro looks and feels very much like a tablet. But Microsoft doesn't want you to...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
The best hybrid yet, Unbeatable performance, Beautiful touchscreen displayKeyboard not included, Expensive
That’s unusual for an industry where new models tend to appear on a yearly basis, sometimes to the week, and yet even with this relatively lengthy gap, Microsoft's latest Surface Pro (number suffix be gone) feels awfully familiar.You might have heard of M...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-06-15
The Surface Pro gets better performance and battery life from its CPU update, and most models are now fanless. The excellent kickstand is even more flexibleMinimal redesign leaves out USB-C and Thunderbolt options. The Surface Pen stylus is no longer included by default, and new keyboard covers are more expensive than ever. Still not great for lap use
It's like trying to pick a suspect out of a police lineup of identical twins. Take 2015's Surface Pro 4 and the long-awaited new version just called Surface Pro, and stick them side by side on a table. Now, go and grab the new one. Like me, you might pick...
Read More >

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