During Microsoft’s event in Shanghai, China, the Redmond tech giant unveiled to the world the latest Surface Pro (the successor of the Surface Pro 4).
Given the enormous gap between the time Surface Pro 4 was released and the Surface Pro (2017), we hope Microsoft made right, the little mishaps that were in the Pro 4. Do you remember #SurfaceGate? A term coined, to sum up, the little mishaps that bedeviled the Pro 4, such as Skylake’s hardware issues, faster battery drain, and reliability concerns.
We hope the company took its sweet time tweaking out all the little mishaps in Pro 4, making the Surface Pro 5 (or Surface Pro as it is being branded) the ultimate Microsoft’s 2-in-1 device.
Surface Pro Specs and Features
As far as the outer chassis goes, the Surface Pro maintained the same chassis (in design and connectors) as its predecessors. A move Microsoft says was meant to ensure compatibility between keyboards and cases. However, it does come with a major hardware improvement; the hinges are way better than those of its predecessor make the new Surface Pro lie down …read more