Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Tablet: Enhanced Solidified Specs

Jan 31, 2017 08:32 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

Microsoft is working on a new version of its Surface Pro 5 tablet, which set to release the first half of this year. The new Surface Pro will sports a UHD 4K display and magnetic stylus and with Pegatron Technology that would manufacture the device.

One of the features of the Surface Pro 5 is the ability to link with mobile devices that the Redmond Washington-based tech giant is keen on developing. Thus, it would ensure the Mircosoft Surface Pro 5 users that they could always stay connected to the internet.

It would be supported by a 4K resolution display screen as well as a stylus charging port. Also, the device would be packed with a more advanced camera, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity.

The Pro 5 would probably be released in mid-2017 along with the other devices. The Surface Pen is possibly a wirelessly rechargeable while a fingerprint scanner and trackpad are also part of the specs.

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 said to come along with the Intel Kaby Lake architecture as the processor as it offers a graphics improvement and a considerable speed. It is powered by either a Qualcomm Snapdragon or the seventh-gen Intel Kaby Lake chipset. The Kaby Lake processor said to consist of a 14-mm manufacturing process that provides 40 percent improved performance and cooling technology.

It comes with Windows 10 Professional Restone 2 OS with innovative features like a revamped action center. It also comes with the Microsoft Surface all-in-one desktop.

The Surface Pro 5 would feature a 4K widescreen with 3,840 pixels and could offer only the 128 GB model. It would also come in 21-inch, 24 inch and 27-inch display variants with the PixelSense panel and 16 GB of RAM with Surface AIO graphics unit. It could feature the USB type-C version with Thunderbolt.

It would also to sport a 16-megapixel camera and 8-megapixel front snapper. It may support 512 GB to 1TB of storage. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity will most likely be enhanced as well.


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