Microsoft’ll put on the market the Pro version of its Surface tablets soon. Unlike Surface RT, the new device’ll feature Windows 8 in this complete edition without the cuts of functions that happen with RT. It’s worth mentioning that the version that’s already on the market with ARM Processor and X86 Chip’ll have new, which ensures, it functions in a manner more similar to ordinary PCs. Surface Pro’ll have better performance, but’ll be less autonomous than the most basic version.
But one question that everyone has is in relation to the new battery unit. Since Surface Pro has many more functions than the Surface RT, will this endure less time on? Apparently the answer is “yes”, at least according to what’s revealed by official profile @Surface.
@shahroom Hey Shahroom, #Surface pro will have approximately half the batter life of Surface RT.
— Surface (@surface) November 29, 2012
A user asked if there’s any prediction as would be the battery life of the Pro and Microsoft Surface, the official profile, the Redmond Company revealed that it’ll have about half the performance of RT Surface. With that, go down the drain expectations of those who expected the tablet to emerge with a battery “day-long” (that lasts all day).
The surface Pro comes with an latest Intel Ivy Bridge i5 processor, essentially for UltraBook class chipset. In concert with this, its 10.6 inch Full HD (1920x1080P), USB 3.0 port, a mini-display port that’s able to support 2560×1440 pixels resolutions and capacitive digitizer (with Palm block technology) make Surface Pro more brilliant as well as professional. Also it’s thinner than 14mm and’ve below one kg.
Update: Microsoft Surface Pro to start at $899 (49,184 INR) for 64GB model, $999 (54,645 INR) for 128GB model. Additionally, Microsoft says that it’ll begin sales of the product in January.
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