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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5)

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is the tablet that can replace your laptop. Featuring a 6th Gen Intel Core i5 processor with 8GB memory and a 256GB solid state drive, it is more powerful than its predecessor yet lighter than ever before at 1.73 pounds. The amazing 12.3″ touchscreen PixelSense display with 2736 x 1824 resolution has extremely high contrast and low glare. Use the included Surface Pen to mark-up presentations, sign documents, take notes and much more. Performance and versatility for professionals, creatives, and more.

Price: $1,070.00

  • Surface Pro 4 powers through everything you need to do, while being lighter than ever before
  • The 12.3″ PixelSense screen has extremely high contrast and low glare so you can work through the day without straining your eyes
  • Go from tablet to laptop in a snap with the multi-position Kickstand and improved keyboard (Sold seperately)
  • Wi-Fi: 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking, IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n compatible, Bluetooth Wireless 4.1 technology

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What customers say about Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5)?

  1. 1,988 of 2,057 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love it, but you might not., October 28, 2015

    By Joshua Oh (California)

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5) (Personal Computers)

    It seems like the big question right now is, “Do I get the Surface Pro 4 or the Surface Book?”

    I’ll explain why I chose the Surface Pro 4, but first, a quick about me. I am a college student majoring in EECS and I commute 4 hours a day by bus so having a light backpack is important to me.

    The S.Book is almost two times heavier than the SP4. It packs much more computing power than the SP4, but as an EECS major, I don’t need the extra power that the S.Book has. I don’t plan to play any intensive games or render/animate things so the SP4 fits my needs better. The S.Book also has a $400 higher price tag ($270 if you get the Type Cover for the SP4) that I’m not willing to pay for unneeded performance. I haven’t tried the S.Book’s keyboard, but the SP4’s keyboard feels great to type on and other reviewers have said both keyboards are amazing. Reading textbooks or other PDF’s feels much more natural with the SP4’s tablet form. The S.Book without the keyboard only has a battery life of 3 hours, and although it can be used with the keyboard ‘wrapped’ around the back, I think that it’ll only be a hassle for me to deal with. I’d rather not deal with having to detach the S.Book every time I want to use it in tablet mode. If you plan to render/animate things you should probably consider going with the Surface Book. Otherwise, I highly recommend the Surface Pro 4 for doing everyday/light to medium tasks.

    Now onto the actual Surface Pro 4 Review.

    I love the SP4. In the past year, I’ve owned an iPad Air, MacBook Pro, and the Razer Blade 2015. The SP4 fits my needs the best by far.

    The SP4 replaces both my textbooks and notebooks. For me, this is a big deal because I no longer have to carry around my notebooks, textbooks, and supplemental writing materials (highlighters, etc). The Surface Pen tips can be replaced with other pen tips to change the writing “feedback” feeling but the stock pen tip feels great. OneNote keeps all my notes organized and being able to access them from any device is incredibly convenient. Using the Surface Pen for writing on textbooks and PDF’s is also very useful.

    I’ve been getting ~7-9 hours of battery life on the SP4 which is more than enough to get me through a school day. The screen is not too small like the iPad, neither is it bulky like a laptop. The screen resolution is high and text/videos are crisp and easy to read/watch. The magnet on the left side of the SP4 is surprising strong and holds the Surface Pen well. The magnet on the right side is significantly weaker (maybe because all the I/O ports are on this side) but it can hold the pen well. The kickstand works perfectly and stays in the position I set it to. The SP4 Type Cover feels great and protects your screen when you aren’t using it.

    Gaming shouldn’t be the main reason you buy the SP4, but it could run some games if you decide to do so. I did try running StarCraft II and Heroes of the Storm and the SP4 handled it pretty well. I wouldn’t even bother trying to run more demanding games such as GTAV on the SP4. That being said, the gaming experience was rather unpleasant. You should consider the Surface Book if you plan to game on-the-go frequently.

    Software-wise, I don’t have much to comment on. It looks and performs exactly like Windows 10 should on a normal desktop or laptop. I’ve never used the Microsoft Store and don’t intend to so I don’t know much about the apps that are available on the SP4.

    The only con I found with this device is the fact that it only has a single USB port. It’s inconvenient when I’m using the SP4 with a mouse and I need to use my flash drive. I haven’t had any overheating issues and I can’t find any issues with the build quality.

    In closing, I don’t think anyone else offers the performance and quality that the Surface Pro 4 has in the same lightweight and thin chassis. It is incredibly versatile and it has replaced many heavy and cumbersome objects in my bag.

    I’ll update this review as I continue to use the SP4. Feel free to leave questions/comments and I will try my best to answer them.






  2. 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful

    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Great device… until it wasn’t., November 1, 2017

    By J.M. Martin (Crestview Hills, KY USA)

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    This review is from: Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5) (Personal Computers)

    I bought this for my wife and she has not had it a year. When it worked, it was nice and she really enjoyed it. Recently, she went to use it and it only flashed the Surface logo back at her every 2-3 seconds. It has refused to do anything else since. I explored and discovered this is a known issue. So I followed Microsoft’s support directions, trying to reboot it from a USB recovery disk. Unfortunately, no matter what I do, the device maddeningly flashes the Surface logo at me and fails to respond to Microsoft’s instructions. It’s even hard to shut off once that frigging logo starts flashing, having to hold down the power button and the volume up button simultaneously for a random amount of time between 14 and 17 seconds. Despite not having this a full year, the Microsoft site says it is out of warranty (I bought it November 10, 2016) and will cost $450 USD for a replacement. Needless to say, my wife and I are disappoint. You can try your luck. Perhaps this won’t happen to you, but this is a lesson in caveat emptor, my friend.

  3. 152 of 158 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Artists perspective, March 5, 2016

    By Mike G (NY)

    This review is from: Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5) (Personal Computers)

    I’ve had mine for a few months and I wanted to take my time and really press the hardware really good, you know see what it’s made out of. I had a Wacom Cintiq 12WX and didn’t much like it- the colors were off even after calibrating it and it was just too clunky to work with. I ‘upgraded’ to a a Surface Pro 2 but found it to be a bit small and upgraded to the Surface Pro 4 after a few years, if you’re an artist grab the tip kit because it will add a variety of different feels/uses to the pen. They make different things easier, soft tips for better inking and hard tips for sketching. The larger screen helped me out nicely but so does the VASTLY higher resolution, letting my workspace get spread out pretty good.

    Taxing the unit: I had 2 large 600DPI Manga Studio/Clip Studio Paint files open while skyping and a few tabs of Firefox open – WHILE streaming my art session online. The unit only struggled with the largest softbrush/textured brushes at about 2-3k pixels large. It got pretty warm, but the fan wasn’t very loud nor was it being picked up on the mic. So, color me impressed as it handled this easily for over 3 hours.

    On battery while doing just work in manga studio with some music playing I get roughly 5-6 hours battery life, obviously this will vary greatly if you’re trying to say play a intense 3D game on it like Skyrim (yes it’ll play Skyrim at 720p at 60~fps) it’ll be dead much faster.

    I can’t say much has disappointed me from an art perspective, they’ve been patching the device often enough where any problems I’ve had have been ironed out.

    Quick run down of other things:
    The kickstand seems solid good enough to paint/draw on- but not lean on too hard, speakers sound really nice and are forward firing finally. The USB port seems speedy enough and the display out port works fine but you’ll need to set up the other screen since the SP4’s aspect isn’t likely to match your monitors.

    The unit charges pretty quickly and it’s great to have a Micro SD card slot to expand the memory for backup or just music and such. The USB port on the charger is good for charging devices but has been largely useless for me.

    The screen is gorgeous and is bright enough to work in very well lit conditions.

    The heat and throttling from the SP3 have been solved, entirely new cooling system and processor has made the unit vastly superior to the SP3 for just about everything.

    The cameras are pretty good, nothing amazing but if you need to take a photo for a reference or something cool happened while you’re drawing it’ll do the job.
    Windows Hello will make you hate signing in with a password <=fact

    Side notes:
    Don’t buy the type cover unless you’re specifically looking to have a laptop like experience. I got a bluetooth keyboard and having it off to the side is a lot easier on the back when painting on the device, this will also keep your USB slot open.
    I grabbed some wacky adjustable Laptop stand and fitted it with some Gel pads from Amazon to cushion it/keep it from rubbing against metal and it’s been solid, if not a bit weird looking.

    Games:
    Played Serious Sam 3, Tales of Zesteria, Sonic Generations, Sonic Lost World, Skyrim, Shadow Run: Returns, Resident Evil: Remake, Resident Evil: Revelations and they all work really well at 720p. 60~fps. Just don’t do that on battery, emulators are far more battery friendly.

    Negatives:
    It’s got one USB slot, really makes it hard to use anything without a USB hub or buying bluetooth based devices. Despite having 256GB of storage, it gets quite cramped because of the OS, art software and your files so very much look into a Micro SD card for music/pics/light games.

    Conclusion:
    Best art device I’ve used, the pen is very able even compared to Wacoms offerings. It has kept up with everything I’ve thrown at it and then some. I’ve rarely had issue with it and it’s just been a treat to use.

    It’s VERY well supported by MS with many updates to both fix problems and address complaints users had. (Eraser press can now open anything you want!) It’s a great artists tool and is solid for light gaming and certainly reading.

    It’s not for everyone…It’s NOT the best gaming option and isn’t the best option for laps, you can type on your lap if need be, but I imagine a laptop would work better.







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