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  • 10 0

    Date: 16/06/2017

    The (2017) Surface Pro offers much improved battery life and better performance than the Surface Pro 4, which means it's the best device around for those looking the versatility of a 2-in-1 laptop.OverallSpecsFrom $1119 AUD(pricing info)•

  • 10 0

    Date: 15/06/2017

    Good: The Surface Pro gets better performance and battery life from its CPU update, and most models are now fanless. The excellent kickstand is even more flexible

    Bad: Minimal redesign leaves out USBC and Thunderbolt options. The Surface Pen stylus is no longer included by default, and new keyboard covers are more expensive than ever. Still not great for lap use

    Microsoft's flagship Surface Pro gets an extremely conservative update, but better battery life keeps it the gold standard of Windows hybrid PCs -- for now...

  • 10 0

    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

    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

    Has Microsoft at last crafted a tablet that can reasonably, without considerable compromise, replace your laptop? Short of going back to the drawing board on the battery, this looks as close as it's going to get...

  • I am a fan of the Surface hybrid detachable design and use the Pro 3 extensively. My wife uses the Atom-based Surface 3 almost every day as an Office productivity device, for movies and Kindle.The Pro 4 is a refinement – yes it is more polished but it tec...

  • 10 0

    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...

  • 10 0

    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

    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

    When it comes to Windows tablets, Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 easily leads the pack, and while the changes might not appear to be much, you have to look beneath the surface (sorry!) to see what Microsoft is doing.Frankly, there isn't one thing in the Pro 4...

  • 10 0

    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 Surface Pro 4 is powerful yet portable device that is well designed, packed with features and can suit any user no matter how they choose to use the product...

  • 10 0

    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...

  • The Surface was always a weird proposition.Microsoft Surface Pro 488LikeBeautiful display.Amazing all-round performance.Great Windows Hello face recognition.Don't LikeIterative updates from Pro 3.Tabletesque keyboard.Premium price tag.Microsoft continues...

  • Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 is an excellent hybrid device, but it's not exactly the inexpensive option.Over at, 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...

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  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128GB Silver tablet*

    Harvey Norman

  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128GB Silver tablet*


  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 128GB Silver tablet*

    Microsoft Store

Technical Specifications


  • Intel® Core™ i5


  • Y
  • Y
  • Dolby Audio


  • Y
  • Y
  • 5 MP
  • Y
  • 8 MP


  • Silver
  • Y
  • Slate


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


  • Intel


  • Y
  • N


  • 4 GB


  • 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


  • SSD

Weight & Dimensions

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