Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Coming in October

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Coming in October


The most anticipated tech device has to be Microsoft’s not-yet released Surface Pro 5. The actual Surface Pro 4 is one of Microsoft’s most successful devices ever. This hybrid tablet is actually the gadget that helped Microsoft generate over one billion in profit revenue last year. With that being, it’s easy to understand why everyone believes that Microsoft is getting ready to launch a brand new Surface Pro 5.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5: Specs

As previously mentioned, the already existing Surface Pro 4 is a hybrid 2-in-1 device. This means that the gadget is basically a tablet that has the necessary hardware to replace a laptop. This is why the upcoming Surface Pro 5 is expected to ship with only the best hardware parts available on the market.

Therefore, Surface Pro 5 will be powered by Intel’s seventh generation Kaby Lake processor. If this proves to be true, Intel’s i7 Core processor will provide customers with impressive hardware performances. Even better, Microsoft will couple the processor with the impressive amount of 16GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage space. Additionally, rumor has it that the device will be bundled with a new rechargeable Surface Pen.

On another note, Surface Pro 5 will feature a light aluminum chassis and 12.3 inch display. The panel is going to be able to support high quality 4K videos. This is highly liable since the addition of Intel’s i7 Core chipset will help the hybrid tablet run 4K media content.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5: Launch Date and Price

The latest Surface Pro device was launched in October 2015. All major tech companies usually stick to a specific date for each of their products. The same way Apple always launches its latest iPhone offerings in September, Microsoft is going to launch Surface Pro 5 in October 2017.

Regarding price, tech experts believe that Microsoft will price the gadget at $899 for the entry level variant. Although everything we know is based on rumors and speculations, therefore everything is subjective to change. All we can do right now is wait for Microsoft to decided to come out with the official release date and price.