Microsoft has found a ray of hope through the success of the third edition of its own tablet franchise. The Surface Pro 3 made a lot of profit which was not foreseen by anybody. This profit prompted Microsoft to launch the latest addition to its Surface Pro series and last year the company did just that. Along with the launch of Surface Pro 4, Microsoft took a huge step in the hardware market with launching its first ever laptop under the name Surface Book.
Released a while ago Surface Pro 4 came in the market with a screen of 12.3 inches of display. The consumers have the choice of RAM variants from 4 GB up to 16 GB according to their needs and budgets. The users can also choose between Core M3, Core i5, and Core i7 for their processor in the latest tablet by Microsoft. Last but not the least the users will have the choice of internal storage variants from 128 GB up to 1 TB.
The elaborate pricing details for Surface Pro 4 are as follows:
- 128 GB Intel Core m3 processor along with 4GB of RAM will cost you $899
- 128 GB Intel Core i5 processor along with 4GB of RAM will cost you $999
- 256 GB Intel Core i5 processor along with 8GB of RAM will cost you $1299
- 256 GB Intel Core i7 processor along with 8GB of RAM will cost you $1599
- 256 GB Intel Core i7 processor along with 16GB of RAM will cost you $1799
- 512 GB Intel Core i7 processor along with 16GB of RAM will cost you $2199
- 1 TB Intel Core i7 processor along with 16GB of RAM will cost you $2699
In the first attempt of making a laptop by the company, Microsoft has done quite well with the Surface Book. Surface Book features a screen with 13.5 inches of display. The customers can choose between the RAM variants of 8 GB and 16 GB of RAM according to their needs and budgets. Much alike the Surface Pro 4, Surface Book also has the options in the internal storage department which starts from 128 GB up to 1 TB and the first laptop by Microsoft offers the consumers 2 options in the processor front, the Core i5 and Core i7.
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