Microsoft has announced that their new Surface 5 will launch at their Windows 10 launch event on October 2016. Fans were impressed with the Surface 4 in 2015, and of course that would trigger an increase in demand for Surface 5, as this product is projected to become the most desirable all of Microsoft Windows tablets.
According to rumors, Microsoft will have a range of different models for the Surface 5, from an entry level Core i3, up to with Core i7 and plenty of RAM and internal storage. The Surface Pro 4 starts at EUR 749 or USD 915. In the US, the Surface 4 has had a discount of USD 150. Now the Surface Pro 5 is going to be a spectacular piece of machinery if the rumors prove to be true.
As PC Advisers noted, the Surface 5 is expected to arrive with an improved Surface Pen, which arrives with all Surface devices. It will also have a new rechargeable battery that wirelessly charges when attached to the tablet, in the meantime, you can buy the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 256GB version if you can't wait for the Surface Pro 5.
Authorized distributors are set to offer Surface devices with a subscription model. This will help customer get the latest devices without large upgrade costs. It has started with ALSO, a leading cloud Solution provider in Europe.The device is expected to arrive powered with Intel's Kay lake processor.
It will also come in two options, depending on the performance the user requires: a 2k screen or 4k screen. The Surface Pro 5 is expected to arrive with 16GB of RAM and a USB Type-c port. Once again, Microsoft is only trying to obtain as much as it can from its current product before releasing the all-new Surface Pro 5.