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If you were hoping to get your hands on an "all-new" Surface Pro 5 any time soon, Microsoft’s Surface chief is throwing some cold water on those plans. In an interview last week, Panos Panay dropped a bombshell, stating, “There's no such thing as a Pro 5." Panay went on to say that whenever the company could bring a “meaningful change” to the Surface Pro formula, it would unleash a true next generation product onto the market. "I'm looking for an experiential change that makes a huge difference in product line.” Microsoft wants to bring profound changes like a monumental increase in battery life, or perhaps a dramatic reduction in device weight. But what about those that have a Surface Pro... Read more...
Microsoft first introduced the Surface Pro 4 way back in October 2015, and it has soldiered on since then without major updates. That will change, however, this year when Microsoft introduces the Surface Pro 5. The latest rumors surrounding the Surface Pro 5 come from a well-connected source: Paul Thurrott. The Surface Pro 5 is expected to retain Microsoft’s proprietary Surface Connect power connector — there is no mention whether the Surface Pro 5 will also feature a USB-C connector.Surface Pro 4 Microsoft’s decision to stick with Surface Connect adheres to the company’s promise to ensure that Surface Pro 3 accessories (i.e. Type Covers, docking stations) would remain compatible with future... Read more...
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 is long due for an upgrade -- while the current convertible is still a potent beast, it was originally released back in October 2015. A new report, however, suggests that we may have to wait a few more months for the Surface Pro 5, which will reportedly debut in Spring 2017. When the Surface Pro 5 launches, it will sport Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors, which is to be expected. The source for this information, The BitBag, says that the Surface Pro 5 will come paired with up to 16GB of RAM and a “massive” 512GB SSD. We question the excitement over the 512GB SSD, as the current generation Surface Pro 4 is already available with 512GB and 1TB SSDs, and up to 16GB of... Read more...