Silver Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3 Inches Laptop Review

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (128 GB, 4 GB RAM, Intel Core M)

The Microsoft SURFACE PRO 4 laptop is a tablet computer, great for use as a personal computer. It comes with an average size 12.3 Inches display and a powerful 2.2GHz Core M Family CPU processor. This Microsoft laptop model would work well for portability with its 3.5 Pounds lightweight design and sleek silver look. Great for gaming, heavy duty processing or a work computer, this laptop is worth the price of $899.

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This Microsoft SURFACE PRO 4 laptop is a powerful computer that is great for more than the average usage. You can use it for development work, play the latest video games, video editing as well as watching movies online such as Netflix, visiting social media networks like Facebook and be able to communicate with friends and family online through programs such as Skype and much more! However, if you are looking for a laptop with a spacious hard drive to store your files, we would not recommend the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128 GB, 4 GB RAM, Intel Core M. Whether you need to write your term paper, catch up on work or create the family budget, this Microsoft SURFACE PRO 4 mobile laptop allows you to multitask with 4GB and the high end processing power of the 2.2GHz Core M Family.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is the tablet that can replace your laptop. Featuring a 6th Gen Intel Core M processor with 4GB memory and a 128GB solid state drive, it is more powerful than its predecessor yet lighter than ever before at 1.73 pounds. The amazing 12.3" touchscreen PixelSense display with...Click Here To Read More & Get Latest Offers
System Features
Surface Pro 4 powers through everything you need to do, while being lighter than ever before
The 12.3" PixelSense screen has extremely high contrast and low glare so you can work through the day without straining your eyes
Go from tablet to laptop in a snap with the multi-position Kickstand and improved keyboard.
Laptop System Specifications
Processor2.2GHz Core M Family
HDD128GB Solid State Drive
GraphicsIntel Integrated Graphics
Screen12.3 Inches
OSWindows 10 Pro
Weight3.5 Pounds
Dimensions15.2 X 9.2 X 1.6 Inches
USB Ports3.0 Ports (1)
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792 of 825 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love it, but you might not., October 28, 2015
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It seems like the big question right now is, "Do I get the Surface Pro 4 or the Surface Book?"

I'll explain why I chose the Surface Pro 4, but first, a quick about me. I am a college student majoring in EECS and I commute 4 hours a day by bus so having a light backpack is important to me.

The S.Book is almost two times heavier than the SP4. It packs much more computing power than the SP4, but as an EECS major, I don't need the extra power that the S.Book has. I don't plan to play any intensive games or render/animate things so the SP4 fits my needs better. The S.Book also has a $400 higher price tag ($270 if you get the Type Cover for the SP4) that I'm not willing to pay for unneeded performance. I haven't tried the S.Book's keyboard, but the SP4's keyboard feels great to type on and other reviewers have said both keyboards are amazing. Reading textbooks or other PDF's feels much more natural with the SP4's tablet form. The S.Book without the keyboard... Read more
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831 of 901 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MUST READ. HONEST REVIEW., January 3, 2016
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Currently, I have owned 4 Surface Pro 4s, 3 of which being replacement devices. These replacement devices came recommended by Microsoft Customer Service because they were unable to fix the defective Surface Pro 4 unit before it. It was unfortunate that 3 of the 4 Surface Pro 4s had glitches, bugs, and defects. This negative experience lasted from November 2015 to April 2016, far too long to say the least, but this negative experience has had it's end. During that time, I went from "disappointed yet hopeful" to "totally giving up". And though I had given up, Microsoft Customer Service had not. They reached out to me, apologizing to me once more for my less than perfect experience, and assured me that, if given another chance, they could provide a replacement device that worked. I decided to give it one more try. Microsoft kept that promise. After replacing the 3rd defective unit, I can announce with confidence that the 4th and current Surface Pro 4 works flawlessly. No... Read more
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327 of 361 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Golden Question ➽ Surface Pro 4 or the Surface Book..?!!, October 27, 2015
✓✓✓ You will love the Surface Pro 4 if:

☛ If you care about the using it as a tablet AND as a laptop. Surface Book screen is bit too large to serve as a tablet (“clipboard” as they call it), plus in the clipboard mode it has under 3 hours of battery life. So the Surface Book is going to stay as a laptop for the most part of its life, unless carrying around a 13.5” inch tablet (Oops, Sorry..Clipboard..!!) is one amongst your hobbies. NO, the keyboard won't charge the Surface Book Screen when docked - Don't let your imagination run wild..!!

☛ If you care about the light package that Surface Pro 4 offers. There is a difference in almost a pound on the weight between the two, plus the dimensions are smaller for SP4 compared to Surface Book, which adds to the ease of carrying it around.

☛ If you care about fact that Surface Pro 4 is the 4th iteration of surface devices, while the Surface Book is the... Read more
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