New Delhi: Software colossal Microsoft India on Thursday launched Surface Pro 4 nearly after 3 months of its US launch with a whooping Price of Rs 89,990. This most awaited windows 10-based tablet-cum-laptop is slim, light weight and comes with pixel sense technology.
Chairman of Microsoft India, Bhasker Pramanik, said at the launch:
“Surface Pro 4 is designed to reinvent personal computing. It is a highly prolific and versatile device that will push the limits of performance and productivity in the most elegant way”
Here is the First Look Video from Microsoft :
The company has choose certain resellers in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru to horde the demonstration while device is obtainable for pre-order on Amozon India for first 6 months and distribution begins from January 14th.
By tallying a type cover which is available in blue and black color, the Surface Pro 4 Tablet can effortlessly transmute in to a full-grown laptop. The type cover has to be bought unconnectedly for Rs.12,490.
Laden with Window 10 Pro this astounding device is intended to run jam-packed Microsoft Office counting with Windows Hello, Surface Pen, Microsoft Edge and Cortana.
This device is available with three variants, subject to what processor, Ram and Storage space combination you require. The Surface Pro 4 powered by Core i5 united with 4GB of RAM and 128GB SSD is priced at Rs 89,990. Surface Pro 4 with Core i5, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD at Rs 1,20,990. The higher-end modified with Core i7, 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD at Rs 1,44,990.
Pramanik quantified at the launch, “Equipped with all the features of a fully powered laptop, Surface Pro 4 is a perfect choice for people who place a premium on portability yet require more productivity and performance out of their devices.”
Microsoft also embraces the device with Surface Pen, which has year-long battery life, 1,024 pressure points and comes in five colours with inter-changeable pen tips. This Surface Pen is impressive with high fluidity ad flow. There is a button like application on the other side of the surface pen that works like an eraser. Double clicking on that button also takes the screenshot that can easily be uploaded and distributed if you are connected to the internet.
With this stunning and hefty device, certainly Microsoft is intended to target High-end Consumers that may include professionals and business users. This will be interesting to see how it is going to beat the competition in this ERA.
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