As the full unveiling Microsoft Surface Pro versions for 2018 is already going on the comapnies new surface lines are really coming out with new wonderful features prior to earliest versions.
The new Surface Pro 6 — Microsoft apparently opted to go back to numbered names for its Surface line — has notable upgrades from last year’s Surface Pro. The first Surface to come with a quad-core processor, it’s 67 percent more powerful than its predecessor, according to Microsoft, and will get up to 13.5 hours of battery life. It weighs just 1.7 pounds.
Original shipping will commence in Oct. 16 2018, In addition to the new matte black color, it will also be available in silver, with red, blue, and gray covers.
Microsoft’s Surface Laptop received similar upgrades in power and efficiency. The Surface Laptop 2 is 85 percent faster, according to Microsoft, with battery life clocking in at 14.5 hours.
It also has the “thinnest touchscreen display on any laptop,” according to Microsoft Surface chief Panos Panay.
The Surface Laptop will also be available Oct. 16, and will start at $999.
Finally, Microsoft unveiled an updated Surface Studio 2. Much of Microsoft’s improvements went toward the display, which is now 38 percent brighter and has 22 percent more contrast.
It will also come with up to 2 TB of SSD storage, and supports “next-gen” Pascal graphics.
In addition to the new Surface devices, Microsoft also released the latest Windows 10 update, which make it easier to use your iOS or Android phone with Windows 10.
Surface Pro 6 will be available in black and platinum beginning Oct. 16, starting at $899. Surface Laptop 2 will be available as of Oct. 16, starting at $999. Both are available for preorder starting today, Oct. 2.
The Surface Pro 6 will start at $899 so the official price of the new Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Price In Pakistan, India New Zealand will as listed below.
In India The price of Surface Pro 6 will be EUR 899 (roughly Rs. 75,900). A price for the Surface Laptop 2 was not leaked alongside.
In Pakistan will be roughly price at 128,090.39 PKR a sale and in New Zealand the cost price of one will 1,576.06 NZD.
Although it has not been revealed when the sale of new Microsoft Surface Pro 6 will officially reach African market but a rough estimate of it’s price in Nigerian market will be N377,246.35.
One of the most expected announcements for Microsoft’s launch event is the successor to the Surface Pro (2017) that was launched last year. The company may also bring the successor to the Surface Laptop that debuted in May last year and was launched in India last month. As per a WinFuture report, Microsoft will launch the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 with some specification bumps. According to the report, the newly refreshed lineup will miss a “complete overhaul”. The company will reportedly only be updating the processors in the two devices, while the rest of the features will remain the same. Additionally, there will be new Black colour variants of both the devices. Notably, the report claims that Microsoft has removed the integration of USB Type-C and Thunderbolt support in the new Surface lineup.
In terms of hardware in the Surface Laptop 2, Microsoft will reportedly incorporate the cheapest variant with an Intel Core i5-8250U processor, clocked up to 3.6GHz, paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB PCIe NVMe SSD. Notably, there will be no 4GB RAM variant in the new lineup, as per the report.
Meanwhile, the Surface Pro 6 will reportedly ship with a base model that includes 4GB of RAM and an Intel Core m3-7y30 processor. Also, there will be other variants with 16GB of RAM, paired with 512GB or 1TB of SSD storage. These variants will be equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i7 SoC. Microsoft is also said to be retaining the Mini DisplayPort and Surface Connector combo for connecting to displays and charging the devices. Meanwhile, there are some changes in terms of the operating system. Both the Surface Pro 6 and the Surface Laptop 2 will be pre-installed in the consumer versions of Windows 10 in S-mode. Users will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Home for free, but not to Windows 10 Professional.