Surface Pro 4 carries on the premium line of detachable computers from the Microsoft family. While the device looks a lot like its predecessor, Surface Pro 3, the former offers a thinner screen bezel and weighs lighter than the latter. Surface Pro 4 has also improved on the screen size and resolution.
This Surface device features Intel®’s sixth-generation Core processors, with the cheapest configuration (starting at US$899) having an Intel® Core m3, HD 515 GPU, 4 GB RAM, and 128 GB internal storage. Surface Pro 4 is preinstalled with Windows 10 and a trial subscription for Microsoft Office.
Released in October 2015, Surface Pro 4 heeded the call on the usability of its accessories. It has Type Cover products that are less bulkier and an updated Surface Pen, which has an eraser and is magnetic at that, so you don’t lose it.