Microsoft Surface Pro 4 a tablet that is enough to replace your regular laptop whilst being less than half the size and more than just a sleek looking machine too! The Surface Pro 4 was released with a new Surface Pen that has a lot more levels of pressure sensitivity than previous models, alongside added hardware buttons to help your workflow even more in the age of efficiency-based design revolving around touch screens. In addition, the Type Cover is heavier and more satisfying to the touch so you feel like you are using a proper keyboard not just a cover that has a keyboard built into it.
The amazing 12.3" touchscreen PixelSense display with the resolution coming in at 2,736 x 1,824 – a 216 PPI display has extremely high contrast and low glare which easily competes with the other tablets in its range. Microsoft also brought up the screen's optical stack – the series of sensors, diodes and pixels underneath the glass – closer to the glass, a key point of Microsoft's trademarked PixelSense screen technology. The aspect ratio has been somewhat of a concern with people who like to watch movies often but Microsoft has kept that in mind and has made the Surface Pro 4 at 3:2 aspect ratio which is a middle ground between 16:9 and 4:3 that is perfect for both design or watching movies. Featuring a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with 16GB memory and a 1TB solid-state drive, it is more powerful than its predecessor yet lighter than ever before at 1.73 pounds. The included Surface Pen can be used to mark-up presentations, sign documents, take notes and much more adding performance and versatility for business professionals along with creatives. Microsoft increased the Surface Pro 4’s display size by a few hairs, from 12 inches to 12.3 inches and did so without compromising on the device’s overall footprint. On the contrary, the company shaved more than half a millimetre off of its thickness, from 9.1mm to 8.4mm – all while fitting it with full-fat mobile U-series chips. With the 5MP front-facing and 8MP autofocus rear-facing cameras giving you the clarity you need for images or video conferencing! In addition, Microsoft widened the touchpad and coated it in glass rather than plastic.
Microsoft Office, the world’s greatest productivity suite, works perfectly on Surface Pro 4. Write directly on webpages with Surface Pen in the all-new Microsoft Edge browser and share your notes easily. Microsoft has advanced technology enough that the Surface Pen feels as fluid and precise as a ballpoint pen on paper. The stylus now has one flat side, as if a Number 2 pencil had all but two of its angles rounded off. The display is exceptionally responsive to touch and the further sensitivity it brings to the stylus experience is massive, alongside the enhanced Surface Pen, the screen senses 1,024 levels of pressure even during a single stroke and the left side of the frame is coated with strong strip magnets which let it cling onto the tablet's left side as the age of stylus loops is finally dying. Surface Pro 4 also comes with the latest facial recognition camera technology combined with Windows Hello the Surface Pro 4 knows you’re you and will sign you in with no password required. Admittedly, the Surface Pro 4 has its limitations, particularly when it comes to battery life, only lasts 3 hours and 15. Microsoft's tablet performed much better on the video playback test, lasting 5 hours and 15 minutes.
Also a great choice for creatives on the go having the versatility of a laptop and tablet, the Surface Pro 4 powers through tough tasks that would take some beef to get done. Given it can go from laptop to tablet with the multi-position Kickstand and Type Cover keyboard. It's this kind of versatility plus impressive power that makes it a good choice for many people across the board. Another feature is the Surface Pen can activate Cortana, your personal digital assistant who offers time, contacts, and location-based reminders and even books dinner reservations! The specs may vary depending on which machine you pick or which market it was produced for. Keep in mind that specs can vary depending on which you choose or which market a device was produced for!