Published: Mon, May 09, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 And Surface Book 2 Release Delayed:Here's Why?

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 And Surface Book 2 Release Delayed:Here's Why?

Many fans were expecting it to enter simultaneously with the Surface Book 2, based on the recent discounts the company has made for the Pro 3 and 4.

Microsoft has been one of the biggest names when it comes to the world of technology, and the company has been coming out with update after update, helping bring major changes to the way their devices work. The rumor mill claims that the upgraded edition of the first generation Surface Book will be launched to rival the Apple MacBook Pro 2016 that is also rumored to be announced in June.

While there has been no confirmation yet about the official release date of Microsoft Surface Pro 5, consumers can effect that it will be a better hybrid laptop as compared to the current ones. Clearly, they have received lots of criticism for their chaotic way of handling this Pro 5 release, but it remains to be seen if it was worth it or not. Therefore, the model with a 512GB and running on an Intel Core i7 processor and with 16GB RAM is now priced $2,000. Right now the resolution is at 2000×3000, but the rumors are claiming that it will be bumped to 4k.

For the specs of the two Microsoft products, let's start with Surface Book 2.

The Surface Book 2 is likely to arrive in different configurations along with varied price tags. A surface pen is expected to be available for Surface Pro 5 to enrich the user's experience. Now, the Redmond giant is rumored to be working on its successor model to release it next month. This report started when several retailers chose to cut the price of the previous models - Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and Microsoft Surface Pro 5, which is a good indication that a new model is about to come out. We understand that this will stress the processor and GPU, but the improved architecture and performance boost will definitely come in handy in terms of efficiency for getting the most out of the notebook in terms of battery life, and perhaps this time, you might actually be able to enjoy AAA game titles with their video settings cranked up.



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