Microsoft Surface Pro 4

86

Engadget Review

The Surface Pro 4 builds on the best parts of the Surface Pro 3, and it finally delivers a solid typing experience with the revamped Type Cover (which is unfortunately sold separately). It's the ideal hybrid tablet in practically every way -- it's as light as a tablet, but as productive as any laptop. The only problem is you're stuck with so-so battery life.

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Surface Pro 4 review: Yes, it can really replace your laptop
Microsoft's latest hybrid tablet is all about refinement (and a great keyboard).
Devindra Hardawar
Devindra HardawarOctober 21, 2015

Pros

  • Works well as both a tablet and a laptop
  • New Type Cover and Surface Pen are massive improvements
  • Still pretty thin and light for the equivalent of an ultraportable

Cons

  • Mediocre battery life
  • Type Cover is an additional $130
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Key Specs

TYPE
Tablet
FORM FACTOR
Slate
SCREEN SIZE
12.322
SCREEN RESOLUTION
Other
BUNDLED OS
Windows
CPU FAMILY
Other
SYSTEM RAM
41
VIDEO OUTPUTS
DisplayPort
MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE
Up to 920

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