All Microsoft hardware enthusiasts are awaiting the arrival of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with great expectations from the device.
Surprisingly enough, there is no mention of the existence of the device in the plans of this year’s production schedule from Microsoft as yet, but people have already started talking about it in various blogs and news pages.
However, there are strong chances that by the end of the year, we should be seeing a sequel to the Microsoft Surface Pro3 on the shelves.
As already mentioned, we do not have any concrete information of the device yet, and whatever you see on the internet about the device are merely rumors.
These Rumors are based on some of the most important questions that might come to your mind when you think of a device that has not yet appeared officially in the news.
The first question that comes to our mind when we think of a new device is what price tag the device would carry.
Along these lines, it would be easy to say that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 would cost more than the surface pro 3 but many experts opine that the Surface Pro 4 would cost less than the pro 3.
Sounds strange but it might be right because Microsoft might take a leap at attracting users with a tighter budget.
Also, it might be trying to take over the tablet/ laptop hybrid market, that is reigned over by iOS based Apple devices and Android units. Choosing to lower their prices would be a big step towards achieving this end.
There are other reasons why the pro 4 might cost less. To start with, the tablet is rumored to be fitted with the Intel Core M processor that is less powerful than the other chips the previous versions were fitted with, namely the Intel Core i3, i5 and i7. Looking at this in a positive way, a processor with lower power would consume less power, thus giving you better battery life.
The release of the Windows 10 operating system has been scheduled for the end of 2015. On these terms, we can say that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 would come along with the new operating system.
However, its availability during this time is being debated. Some are of the view that the device may come into picture only after Windows 10 is rolled out for PC users, so that Microsoft surface Pro 4 can be preloaded with Windows 10 and sold.
There are opinions that the Redmond giant may opt for the release of two variants of the devices, one with a 14 inch screen and one with a 10 inch screen.
We have our finger crossed to know what these devices may be fitted with but if the price of the tablets is lowered then Microsoft’s journey towards success in the tablet market would already be half done.