Microsoft has taken an aggressive stance to prove its dominance in the hybrid device industry. With this, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is speculated to be released in October. The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will feature a Kaby Lake processor that is faster than the processor found in the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
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The Kaby Lake processor is proven to be more efficient and more powerful than the previous Intel Sky Lake chip found in the previous Surface model, as it supports a 4K resolution video display.
4K Ultra HD display is one of the leading display technologies of today, and Microsoft doesn't want to lag behind its competitors when it comes to these things. Microsoft incorporates 4K Ultra HD technology to the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, giving it more graphical prowess than its competitors.
Everything You Need to Know About the Microsoft Surface Pro 5
Statistically speaking, the Kaby Lake processor is 12 percent faster than the Sky Lake one, if one was to look at its productivity. Also, it is 19 percent faster with regards to its web connectivity performance. This means a great deal of improvement for the user, making it not only highly competitive in the office working environment, but also a very good option for gaming.
The Kaby Lake processor that the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be equipped with will help in the device's battery efficiency, giving the user more time to enjoy whatever he or she is doing. It comes with 16 GB of RAM, which is more than enough for a standard user. The front comes with an 8 MP camera, and a 16 MP camera is at its rear. It is estimated to have the price of $899, a justifiable cost for such a Microsoft device.
Surely, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be out in the very near future. We just have to wait and see if it is really worth the wait.