Microsoft has been one of the biggest names when it comes to the world of technology.
The company has been coming out with several updates and upgrades, and has been helping the world of technology boom like never before.
Thanks to their recent releases, such as the Windows 10 OS and the several hardware devices that they have released, Microsoft has been steamrolling their way towards success, and have now been tapping the markets of hardware, something that they have never been known about in the past.
Microsoft has this impression of being a tech giant, but has been pinned down to the markets of software, and more specifically the OS markets.
However, Microsoft is way beyond just that. The company offers much more than just software and OS technology.
Microsoft has, off late, been tapping into the markets of hardware, and has been doing quite well too.
Except the Microsoft Mobiles division, Microsoft’s run in the markets hasn’t been that bad.
The company has been coming out with the XBOX Consoles which have been doing pretty well in the markets.
Off late, the Surface division too, has picked up, and following are the two devices which the company has released in the surface division which are expected to lay the ground for the future:
- Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Microsoft released the Surface Pro 4 after a long period of anticipation. Just when the company thought the surface division wasn’t doing so well, the Surface Pro 3 sales picked up and skyrocketed.
The company witnessed a profit of $888 million with the surface devices, and has now decided to invest more into the markets of the surface devices.
The Surface Pro 4 comes with options varying from Intel’s Core M3 to Core i7 processors, and features RAM variants ranging from 4GB to 16GB. The storage too has SSD ranging from 128GB to 1TB.
The device features a 12.3 inched screen.
- Microsoft Surface Book
Introduced as the first ever Microsoft made laptop, the Microsoft Surface Book has been an impressive name in the markets of technology upon its introduction.
Microsoft Surface Book will release with RAM variants of 8GB and 16GB, along with processor choices between Intel’s i5 and i7 processors. The Microsoft Surface Book comes with a 13.5 inched screen.
The storage options vary from 128GB to 1TB, just like the Surface Pro 4.