Microsoft’s path-breaking Surface Pro has finally got its much-needed upgrade with the newly announced Surface Pro 6. With Surface Pro, Microsoft claims to deliver 67% faster performance.
Launched at Microsoft’s October 2018 event, the latest iteration of the long-running device didn’t bring any surprise as everything about it was already leaked.
While it’s not surprising, it’s undoubtedly relaxing to see that Surface Pro 6 models ship with the Intel 8th Gen Quad Core processors. The company has also added a new black color option that surely looks elegant.
On the battery front, the 2-in-1 device promises 13.5 hours of usage. If it could deliver a real-life usage of nearly 10 hours, I think most users will be satisfied. It also features a 12.3” PixelSense display and 8.0 MP auto-focus camera.
Talking about the design, not much is changed. Microsoft has continued the tried-and-tested format and it makes sense. As per reports, Surface devices have a high satisfaction rate that can make any company jealous.
The “full friction hinge” lets one use Surface Pro 6 in the familiar modes: Laptop Mode, Studio Mode, and Tablet Mode.
The interested customers can pre-order Surface Pro 6 from October 2 at a starting price of $899.