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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 256GB Silver tablet

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Mobile computer with display, circuitry and battery in a single unit. Tablets are equipped with sensors, including cameras, microphone, accelerometer and touchscreen, with finger or stylus gestures replacing computer mouse and keyboard.
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Long product name Microsoft Surface Pro 4 256GB Silver tablet :
The short editorial description of Microsoft Surface Pro 4 256GB Silver tablet

Intel i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 31.242 cm (12.3 ") PixelSense 2763 x 1824, Multi-touch, Intel HD 520, USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, microSD, 5.0/8.0 MP, Windows 10 Pro
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4, 12.3", 2763 x 1824 pixels, 256 GB, 8 GB, Windows 10 Pro, Silver
Long summary description Microsoft Surface Pro 4 256GB Silver tablet :

Microsoft Surface Pro 4. Display diagonal: 12.3", Display resolution: 2763 x 1824 pixels. Internal storage capacity: 256 GB. Processor family: Intel Core i5. Internal memory: 8 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 5 MP, Rear camera, Front camera resolution (numeric): 8 MP, Front camera. Top Wi-Fi standard: IEEE 802.11ac. Card reader integrated. Weight: 27.7 oz (786 g). Operating system installed: Windows 10 Pro. Color of product: Silver

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Reviews
Updated:
2015-11-21
Testseek has collected 82 expert reviews for Microsoft Surface Pro 4 256GB Silver and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
83%
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engadget.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
With the Surface Pro 4, Microsoft's surprising hybrid tablet journey finally makes sense. It's as if Microsoft was laser-focused on fixing the issues we had with the Surface Pro 3. We liked that device quite a bit, but its Type Cover was endlessly frustra...
Good Works well as both a tablet and a laptop, New Type Cover and Surface Pen are massive improvements, Still pretty thin and light for the equivalent of an ultraportable...
Bad Mediocre battery life, Type Cover is an additional $130...
Bottom line The Surface Pro 4 builds on the best parts of the Surface Pro 3, and it finally delivers a solid typing experience with the revamped Type Cover (which is unfortunately sold separately). It's the ideal hybrid tablet in practically every way -- it's as lig...
86%
computershopper.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
Despite mixed reviews of its first couple of Surface Pro tablets, and some major monetary losses that stretched from the initial 2012 Surface launch to at least the year 2014 (much of that due to the best-forgotten Windows RT/Surface experiment), Microsof...
Good Better screen, keyboard, and pen than Surface Pro 3, Bona fide 10hour battery life, Better cooling means lessfrequent fan noise...
Bad Type Cover still costs extra, Other convertibles still make for better laptops...
Bottom line The screen's better. So's the keyboard, and the pen. With the Pro 4, Microsoft's flagship tablet is now an unqualified win for those seeking both a powerful Win 10 slate and a serviceable laptop. (Just note: The keyboard still costs extra, and it's essen...
80%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has satisfied one expectation: It's taken the proven success of the Surface Pro 3 and gone even further, offering a substantial performance boost and other improvements.Now comes the harder part. The tablet ecosystem has dramat...
Good New Intel Skylake processor dramatically increases performance, Redesigned Type Cover more closely approximates laptop keyboard, New Surface Dock is now semiportable...
Bad Battery life is slightly lower than Surface Pro 3, New Surface Pen tends to slide off tablet, The "curse of the missing cursor" still rears its head occasionally...
Bottom line The combination of an Intel Skylake chip, a new Type Cover keyboard and faster SSD speed help push the Surface Pro 4 into a higher echelon of performance...
80%
theverge.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
It's refinement timeFor three years, Microsoft has been trying to convince us that a tablet can replace our laptops. Throughout three major design iterations, that's been the driving message behind the Surface. Last year's Surface Pro 3 represented the be...
Good Fast performance, Lightweight and portable design, Improved typing experience...
Bad Awkward on a lap, Pricey, Windows 10 is still buggy...
Bottom line More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn't reflect our overall assessment and price of the produ...
80%
mobiletechreview.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
The Core i5-6300U dual core 2.4 GHz CPU is at the heart of the Surface Pro 4 lineup, with 2 pre-built versions offered: 4 gigs of RAM with a 128 gig SSD and 8 gigs of RAM with a 256 gig SSD. You can mix and match RAM and SSD capacities if you purchase dir...
Good Bigger, higher resolution display than previous model, runs much cooler and quieter. Still one of the best 2in1s on the market among tabletcentric designs.
Bad Too small for some, not your device if you primarily want a laptop's ergonomics. Limited ports, keyboard costs extra...
80%
Laptopmag.com
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2015-11-21
While there are still a lot of traditional notebooks that Microsoft's tablet/laptop hybrid hasn't yet killed, the Surface Pro 3 changed the landscape of mobile computing. Now, the likes of HP , Lenovo , Dell and even Apple are chasing Microsoft's coattail...
Good Best Type Cover yet, Bright Pixel Sense display, More sensitive stylus with eraser, Speedy SSD and 6thgen Intel CPU...
Bad Belowaverage battery life, Pricey (especially for Core i7 models), Glitchy rear camera...
Bottom line While it might not look new on the outside, the Surface Pro 4 features a faster CPU, bright high-res screen and improved Type Cover but with much less battery life...
60%
gizmodo.com
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2015-11-21
Microsoft constantly claims its devices, particularly the Surface, are for people who make shit. Its for people who want a truly portable computer that isnt just a bunch of lame and limited apps, but a thing suitable for getting real work done. Hey, I d...
0%
notebookcheck.net
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2015-11-21
Tablet meets Notebook. Finally, we have Microsoft latest model, the Surface Pro 4, under review. In response to many readers' requests, we will share our first impressions and compare it to its Surface Pro 3 predecessor as well as the brand new Surface Bo...
Bottom line Microsoft Surface Pro 4We still have only few measurements of the Surface Pro 4 available, but display and emissions are slightly better than the predecessor's. It remains interesting, how the device performs in our performance tests and how long its...
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notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2015-11-21
Tablet meets notebook. Finally, we have Microsoft's latest model, the Surface Pro 4, under review. In response to many readers' requests, we will share our first impressions and compare it to its Surface Pro 3 predecessor as well as the brand new Surface...
Bottom line Microsoft Surface Pro 4We only have a few measurements of the Surface Pro 4 available, but display and emissions are slightly better than the predecessor's. It remains interesting to see how the device will perform in our performance tests and how lon...
0%
technobuffalo.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
It was a frightening scene for Microsoft. At an important Surface event last year, there was an overwhelming display of Apple gadgets at its own event. It was like a bad dream, a harsh reality that was on full display. And for a moment, it looked as thoug...
0%
gizmodo.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
Microsoft constantly claims its devices, particularly the Surface, are for people who make shit. Its for people who want a truly portable computer that isnt just a bunch of lame and limited apps, but a thing suitable for getting real work done. Hey, I d...
0%
wired.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 arrives three years to the day after the launch of the original Surface. Grinding through four major models in three years isn't exactly something to crow about, but give Redmond points for tenacity. Has it finally gotten the W...
0%
mashable.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
The original Microsoft Surface Pro was supposed to be the flagship PC for the touch-centric world of Windows 8 . It was, in the company's own words, “the tablet that can replace your laptop.” And last year, after two respectable tries, it finally delivere...
Good Impressively light and slim Fullsize USB 3.0 port connects plenty of gear New Type Cover is best Surface keyboard by far...
Bad Still not a real keyboard Buggy! Soso battery life...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
Since the first Surface RT released in 2012, Microsoft's ambition has been to build a tablet that can replace your laptop. This was always a dangerous way to position the systems, because it drew comparisons with real laptops. Microsoft didn't even shy aw...
Good Bigger, better screen, Fine keyboard and a touchpad you'll actually enjoy using, Wide range of configuration options.
Bad It's very short on USB ports, With all the options it gets very expensive, and you can't freely mix and match the options, We still don't know when the biometric authentication will work.
0%
slashgear.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
It's probably fair to describe the Surface Pro 4 as an evolutionary update over its predecessor. That's not to say the improvements, collectively, aren't impressive: more of the same, or similar, is no bad thing when you're talking about a tablet that in...
Bottom line NOW READ: Surface Book ReviewThe OEMs might not like it, but Microsoft is probably responsible for the best Windows hardware out there today. Considered design, attention to detail, and an eagerness to look beyond off-the-shelf components add up to a tabl...
0%
anandtech.com
Updated:
2015-11-21
It is almost hard to believe that only a few short years ago, Microsoft had no hand in the PC systems or tablet markets. Though the company has been into hardware for some time, producing peripherals since the earliest days and gaming consoles since the t...
Bottom line Surface Pro 4 is not the revolution that Surface Pro 3 is, but more of an evolution. A bigger, better display, coupled with the latest in technology under the hood, but in a thinner and lighter device. The display really is fantastic and is easily the bes...
0%
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