May 23, 2017
Microsoft launches new Surface Pro
Microsoft has launched a "Faster, more powerful" Surface Pro tablet, with a battery life of 13.5 hours. "They're really using the Surface Pro as a shop window for what can be done on a very dedicated device," Ranjit Atwal, research director at Gartner, explained to the BBC. "Their future isn't dependent on selling the Surface, but they do need to show off Windows 10.". The Surface Pro contains 800 new parts, which Mr Panay said would make it "Faster, more powerful, lighter and more intuitive". Microsoft claims it is 2.5 times faster than the Surface Pro 3, and that its battery will last 70% longer. The Surface Pro will go on sale alongside the Surface laptop, which was unveiled at the start of May. But the first new Surface Pros sold will only have wi-fi connectivity; a 4G version will not be available until the autumn.
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