Today Microsoft is showing off its next-generation Surface Pro 5, which is based on Windows 10, with some minor differences.
In its preview build, the new device looks similar to the previous one, except for a larger screen and more ports and connectivity options.
In a blog post, Microsoft showed off the new Surface Pro for the first time.
Here are some key features: Surface Pro5 is designed to be a new class of Windows 10 laptop, designed for business, productivity and entertainment.
This new class offers more computing power, more storage, and more connectivity options than ever before, making it an ideal choice for professionals and consumers alike.
Surface Pro5 comes with a new battery, a new display, and an improved keyboard.
The new Surface will have a 13.3-inch 1080p display and a new keyboard with more key locations and an extra click-and-hold function.
The new Surface is also powered by a quad-core Intel Core i7-8700HQ processor and a 1TB hard drive, and comes with two USB Type-C ports and one USB Type D port.
Microsoft’s new Surface Pros will start shipping in April.
For more on the Surface Pro, read our review of the new machine.
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