Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Will Come With Rechargeable Pen And Surface Dial Assistant

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is one of the most anticipated devices as of now. The latest thinking about this 2-in-1 pro device is that it will feature a unique Surface Dial from the massively successful Microsoft Surface Studio. Aside from that, it will possibly come with a rechargeable pen that might be working on the Surface Pro devices.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 To Feature Surface Dial And Rechargeable Pen

The most awaited Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is said to be borrowing a unique feature from the successful Microsoft Surface Studio, that is the Surface Dial. This new accessory is designed to be placed on the screen, where shortcuts and other menus, as well as drawing tools and controls like volume for music apps, can be accessed easily. According to The Christian Post, Microsoft describes the Surface Dial feature as "a completely new way to interact with technology that allows users to store, customize, access, navigate and reimagine physical tools in the digital world from concept to creation."

This Surface Dial by Microsoft has received good reviews from the critics who examined the feature. It also gained an excellent feedback to the users who used it on the Microsoft Surface Studio. Now, it is expected to make its another way to the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. Apart from the Surface Dial, the next-generation Microsoft Surface Pro is also rumored to have a rechargeable Surface Pen. This accessory is expected to offer a greater functionality compared to other pens.

Other Features Of Microsoft Surface Pro 5

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is considered as a hybrid device that will allegedly sport 4K display. In line with this upgrade, the Redmond-based tech giant will also revamp the battery of its devices. The battery range of its predecessor, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, was not exactly the most impressive. In fact, it became one of the glaring issues that users hope to be rectified.

As reported by Auto World News, the most awaited Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is also expected to be powered by the latest Intel Kaby Lake processor. With this, the device can handle a 4K screen resolution even while bumping up the overall performance of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. Since Microsoft is giving its best for its Surface Pro 5, the device could possibly outperform the latest MacBook Pro from Apple that was released last year.


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