Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 become available in October with Skylake CPU and NVMe SSD

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We’ve just posted the following news: Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 become available in October with Skylake CPU and NVMe SSD[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/03/Surface-3-copy-582x437-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

A successor to the Surface Pro 3 was expected earlier this year but Taiwanese sources indicate the Surface Pro 4 should see the light in October this year.

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Microsoft needs to get rid of freaking ugly red keyboard.

I’ld probably a Surface Pro but I think they are way too expensive. While I would like to run a Windows O/S in a tablet, I’m not willing to spend mucho bucks for a tablet. Someone tell Micro$oft their tablets are way too expensive. I don’t know about Windows 10, I have my doubts about it. What I’ve seen of it, it’s a Microsoft Frankenstein version like Vista was.

But they should have no problems in selling them imo.


#3

I had my Surface Pro 3 stolen in the hospital, I am going to wait for the Surface Pro 4 to replace it


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I cant wait for the new Surface 4 , and if it comes with NVMe SSD and other enhancements I will buy the best one, I loved my Surface Pro 3.:iagree:


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[QUOTE=alan1476;2764607]I cant wait for the new Surface 4 , and if it comes with NVMe SSD and other enhancements I will buy the best one, I loved my Surface Pro 3.:iagree:[/QUOTE]

No doubt an ultimate piece of equipment, both tablet and PC in one, but as said, expensive which seems to be status quo, at least when you go for the best of both worlds in one.

I did a Surface Pro 4 ‘configure your device’ in the M$ Store. i7/16GB/1TB and it ended at [B]$2,699.00[/B]
(It better be good, but it seems to have the specs of a winner… 2736x1824/267 DPI, USB, Mini-DPort - One surface to rule them all :p)

The trend is changing, and I am more and more often asked about ‘PC-Tablets’ to have it all in one. I will never recommend sub-standard equipment and so the price usually causes them to select a laptop, though I am certain this will change in the not too distant future.

Professionally I miss a built-in Ethernet port, but I guess I am on the loosing end… sadly…:sad: