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  • 10 0
    8.1

    Date: 3/11/2016

    Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 is the triple-threat of the computing world, tripling as a tablet, laptop and desktop replacement, and doing each rather well. Most things with the Surface are great, with a couple of minor quibbles: the kick-stand means Surface...

  • 10 0
    9

    Date: 1/09/2016

    Good: Larger, sharper screen within same dimensions, Vastly improved Type Cover, Even better Surface Pen

    Bad: Type Cover still sold separately, Intel Core m3 at entry level, Battery life hasn't improved much

    Finally, let's discuss Microsoft's winning hardware design already, shall we?Perhaps the most obvious way in which this year's Surface Pro model is iterative is its looks. The same all-magnesium, unibody casing is still here, though the "Surface" lo...

  • Light, bright, ultra-portable, durable, very powerful and touch enabled - Surface defines the Windows 10, hybrid detachable category.I apologise for being a little late in reviewing the Surface Pro 4 – in part because it is just a later version of the ama...

  • 10 0
    10

    Date: 18/01/2016

    With each successive Surface, Microsoft has won over new users to its innovative device. Naysayers who questioned the usability of the odd 3:2 aspect ratio screen now accept that for anything but watching wide-screen media, it's actually a likeably useful...

  • 10 0
    9

    Date: 6/01/2016

    Microsoft's vision for a hybrid 2-in-1 tablet that can double as an ultraportable laptop has been in place since the first Surface launched back in 2012, but it wasn't really until the Surface Pro 3 that the design caught up with the ambition, where Micro...

  • The fight is on. After years of studiously avoiding creating an iPad with a keyboard, Apple went and did it in September. In one fell swoop, the iPad Pro, complete with its 12.9-inch display, optional add-on keyboard and stylus, took the fight directly to...

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    9

    Date: 17/11/2015

    Good: Brilliant screen, Much improved TypeCover, Surface Pen is still a joy

    Bad: Lacklustre battery, Trackpad still a little small, A little awkward to use on your lap

    Not quite notebooks and not quite tablets, Microsoft's family of Surface devices has typically featured well engineered hardware that made compromises in the pursuit of versatility. Last year's Surface Pro 3 brought the thunder and showed just how good hy...

  • 10 0
    9

    Date: 11/11/2015

    Good: Fantastically sharp screen, Removal of Microsoft Windows logo feels like it makes the screen bigger, Excellent sound, Performance is top notch, Passwordless login works by identifying your face, and is a treat, Magnetic pen attachment now sits on the left...

    Bad: Paint job on the back is very easily scratched, No Type C USB port, Magnet is stronger on the pen, but it still falls off all too easily, Still the occasional black screen of death where the machine won't return from sleep requiring you to go online

    A year has passed between Microsoft's tablet-turned-laptop , and for the fourth generation, it thinks it has nailed the bugs. Is this the best tablet out there?If you're keen for a new laptop but can't decide on whether it should be a laptop or a tablet...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 11/11/2015

    Good: Thin, light, excellent screen, high performance, versatile

    Bad: Expensive, you have to pay extra for the keyboard cover

    Microsoft's new Surface Pro 4 has taken the versatile tablet to a new level with even more processing power and it's all housed in a chassis that somehow is even more slender then ever.The tablet is pre-loaded with the Windows 10 operating system and it i...

  • 10 0
    9.5

    Date: 10/11/2015

    Good: Keyboard cover is fantastic, Notebookgrade hardware, with processors up to Intel core i7, Optimised for Windows 10, Rich 12.3inch display

    Bad: Only one USB port, Keyboard cover is an optional extra

    The Surface looks little like a notebook. It doesn't sell with a keyboard and trackpad. What you get is a slate with a kickstand and the digital equivalent of a pen. This hardly sounds like a device that could replace a computer, but it unequivocally is t...

  • Microsoft's Surface division is under siege. In the four years after the Redmond giant got the idea of making the world's best convertible, it has had the field almost entirely to itself. Now, heading into 2016, the Surface is surrounded by its competitio...

  • Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 is an excellent hybrid device, but it's not exactly the inexpensive option.Over at finder.com.au, I've run Microsoft's very nice hybrid device through its paces.So as I usually say about now, go and read it!Source: Finder...

  • The Surface Pro 4's keyboard. Photo: Peter WellsThe Pro 4 has a stunning display, however. The screen is one of the best on the market; stunning colours, impressive contrast, super bright, and clocking in at 2736 x 1824 pixels. The screen is slightly larg...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 22/10/2015

    Good: The Surface Pro 4 fits a larger screen with a higher resolution into a slightly slimmer body than last year's model. The pen and keyboard cover are also improved, and this is one of the first mobile systems shipping with Intel's latest processors.

    Bad: Microsoft still refuses to include the Type Cover keyboard by default, forcing a separate purchase. Battery life still isn't enough for a full day

    The new Surface Pro 4 is Microsoft taking a victory lap -- and a well-deserved one at that.After three generations of pitching "a tablet that can replace your laptop" -- with mixed success -- the formula has finally clicked. The 2015 version of Microsoft'...

Where to Buy (3)

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128GB Silver tablet*

    Mwave

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128GB Silver tablet*

    Microsoft Store

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128GB Silver tablet*

    Harvey Norman

Technical Specifications

Processor

  • Intel® Core™ i5

Audio

  • Y
  • Y
  • Dolby Audio

Camera

  • Y
  • Y
  • 5 MP
  • Y
  • 8 MP

Design

  • Silver
  • Y
  • Slate

Display

  • 31.2 cm (12.3")
  • Y
  • 2736 x 1824 pixels
  • 3:2
  • Multi-touch

Graphics

  • Intel

Keyboard

  • Y
  • N

Memory

  • 4 GB

Networking

  • N
  • Y
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Windows 10 Pro

Ports & Interfaces

  • MicroSD (TransFlash)
  • Y

Storage

  • SSD

Weight & Dimensions

  • 786 g
  • 201.4 mm
  • 292.1 mm
  • 8.45 mm
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