|Jenia Cane |||Nov 10, 2016 02:11 AM EST|
(Photo : Andrew Burton/Getty Images) Microsoft Corporate Vice President Panos Panay introduces a new tablet titled the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 at a media event for new Microsoft products on Oct. 6, 2015 in New York City.
As consumers continue to wait for the arrival of Microsoft Surface Pro 5, what could be the exciting things that recent rumors have been pointing? Are these worth enough for their excitement?
The latest buzz in the tech community has hinted that there is a number of reasons why Microsoft fans have been eager to learn more about its specs and availability.
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The upcoming laptop from the American tech giant is said to be packed with top-of-the-line specifications and features, making it the most powerful devices once it has arrived.
The latest Microsoft Surface Pro 5 rumors suggested that it will run on Intel Kaby Lake, a sixth-generation chipset, and powered by Intel Sky Lake processors.
With its anticipated 16GB of RAM, consumers would have a better user-experience, especially that it will reportedly come with an internal storage capacity of 128GB. Furthermore, some reports have also indicated that the USB 3.0 ports would be ditched already, and will be replaced by USB-C.
The 2-in-1 transformer laptop was rumored to have a price tag of $899 for the entry-level variant and $1,599 for the highest-end one.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 rumors have speculated as well that it would be available in two different screen resolution variants - the 2K and 4K.
In the meantime, reports have hinted that its release date would finally happened during the early part of 2017.
To recall, previous reports have theorized that the device would already be up for grabs by October. However, when the company conducted an event in the said month, there was no announcement about its specs and availability.
Keep posted for more Microsoft Surface Pro 5 rumors and release date updates.
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