Microsoft Surface Pro 5: Here’s What To Expect

Microsoft Surface Pro 5

#SurfacePro5 #Windows10Microsoft Surface Pro 5: Here’s What To Expect : There is no doubt regarding the capabilities of the current-generation Surface Pro, but the tablet device certainly has a few limitations which prevent it from being the perfect 2-in-1 device.

Fortunately, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is highly-anticipated to introduce significant upgrades in its next-generation Surface Pro, dubbed as the Surface Pro 5.

Although the Redmond-based tech giant has remained very secretive about its upcoming projects, constant speculation regarding the company’s next-generation of Surface devices has helped to develop an idea what the next Surface Pro 5 will be all about. Here is a quick review of what you can expect.

New Design: With the passage of time, we see sleeker and lighter devices rolling out, and that should be the case for the next-generation Surface Pro. The portability factor in the Surface ‘Pro’ demands that Microsoft designs a sleeker and lighter form factor for its upcoming tablet device.

4K Resolution Display: If you have ever used a Surface Pro 4 then you were probably taken back by the stunning display incorporated in the 2-in-1 device. However, the Redmond-based company is expected to go one step further and implement a 4K resolution in its upcoming Surface Pro 5.

More Powerful Processing: You can safely bet that the upcoming Surface Pro will harness the power of the latest-generation Intel Kaby Lake processing chipsets. Interestingly, Intel has confirmed that it will be ready to mass produce its latest and greatest processing chipsets by early-2017.

Hence, it will be highly unlikely that the Redmond company would miss out on the chance of incorporating more powerful processing capabilities in its next-generation Surface Pro.

Redstone 2: Microsoft has confirmed two new updates for Windows 10 which will arrive by the end of next year. However, the first one of these updates, aka Redstone 2 is tipped to make its worldwide debut along with the Surface Pro 5.

Although Microsoft has not revealed any details regarding Redstone 2 or Redstone 3, it is highly expected that the company will incorporate numerous performance upgrades in its upcoming software updates to Windows 10.

Surface Pen: A recent patent filed by Microsoft suggests that the next Surface Pro will sport a significantly improved Surface Pen. The biggest update expected for the Surface Pen incorporated in the Surface Pro 5 is that the stylus will be able to charge directly from a port included in the upcoming 2-in-1 tablet device.

Faster Connectivity: It is highly expected that Microsoft will incorporate a USB Type-C port in its next 2-in-1 device. The majority of the latest and upcoming device are offering faster connectivity through a USB Type-C port, so it is likely that Microsoft will also follow this revolutionary trend. Source: smartstocknews


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