Microsoft has been a company which has been one of the biggest names in the world of technology for the past several years.
The company has been around since 1974 and has been coming out with some of the most incredible names in the world of software technology.
The company has been releasing a large list of updates and upgrades in the world of software and their efforts have especially been praised in the markets of Operating Systems.
With the release of the Windows 10 OS, the company has gained even more credibility.
The numbers tell the story, as the Windows 10 OS was already on 14 million devices within just 24 hours of its launch.
Microsoft has scored a major win with this.
The company has been an unstoppable, undominatable force in the world of software markets, and has been coming out with several updates and upgrades in the niche.
Microsoft has been around the markets for a good 41 years now, and has now started claiming their position in the hardware markets too.
The markets of hardware were an untouched, untapped territory for Microsoft for a long time, but the company has, off late been encroaching there, and the results haven’t been as glorious as one would expect them to be.
Microsoft’s entry into the hardware business was marked by a major failure for their Microsoft Mobiles division where they ended up losing out close to $8 Billion USD and close to 8,000 employees.
Their hardware business has seen one silver lining, and that is the Surface division.
Microsoft’s Surface series of devices have been doing good and, the surface pro 4 is the latest in line of the devices that have released –
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 releases with a 12.3 inched screen. Theprocessorsrange from the Core M to Core i5 and i7 of the latest generation.With these three variants, the battery life too varies.
The Surface Pro 4 offers the users with options of RAM ranging from 4GB to 16GB.
The internal SSD storage options for the users vary from 128GB to 1TB.
The device comes with a 39 Wh Battery 24 Watt(Core m3) or 36 Watt (Core i5/i7) A/C Adapter with 5 Watt.
The Surface Pro 4 has a new 5-megapixel front-facing camera that’s also compatible with Windows Hello, the company’s biometric authentication technology. Here are the pricing details of the device –
- 128 GB Intel Core m3 with 4GB of RAM: $899
- 128 GB Intel Core i5 with 4GB of RAM: $999
- 256 GB Intel Core i5 with 8GB of RAM: $1299
- 256 GB Intel Core i7 with 8GB of RAM: $1599
- 256 GB Intel Core i7 with 16GB of RAM: $1799
- 512 GB Intel Core i7 with 16GB of RAM: $2199
- 1 TB Intel Core i7 with 16GB of RAM: $2699