The first they say shall be the last but does that really apply to the Microsoft Surface Pro 4? Microsoft are on records as one of the first companies to introduce a 2-in-1 notebook where you get a tablet and a PC all in one place. The first release was the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 which suffered serious competition from other companies like HP, Dell, etc. Well Microsoft had to return to the factory for the Surface Pro 4.
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The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 come in the stunning 12.3-inch Pixel Sense display with a more sensitive stylus, new 6th-gen Intel processors, and wider range of memory and storage options. This makes the SP4 faster and more useful than any Surface ever before. However, I think Microsoft could have done better with the battery.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 features a magnesium body feels solid, as does the friction-hinged kickstand, which rotates back with a stiff but secure-feeling action. There’s a thin vent that runs part of the way around the edge to help cool the system and a new, shiny Microsoft badge on the back.
For ports and connectivity you get a proprietary magnetic-charging port, one USB 3.0 port and a mini Display Port on the right; a combo headphone/mic jack on the left; and a microSD card reader hiding behind the kickstand in back.
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CONFIGURATION AND PRICE
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 start at N180.000 (without a Type Cover) for an Intel Core M3 CPU with 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD, and can cost up to an outlandish N540.000 for an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. The 512GB SSD option requires at least an i5 CPU, while the 1TB edition is only available along with an i7 chip and 16GB of RAM.