Now available: 1TB Core i7 Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, and Pen Surface

    Now available: 1TB Core i7 Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, and Pen

    Now available: 1TB Core i7 Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, and Pen

    Category: Surface
    Posted: 22 Jan 2016

    We’re excited to announce that the most powerful versions yet of Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are now on sale in the United States and Canada. These products feature 1TB of storage with 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processors and 16GB of RAM for the ultimate in performance and versatility.



    This new Surface Book will be available online-only via Microsoft Stores and other select retailers. The new Surface Pro 4 will be available in Microsoft stores and through select retailers.



    Today we’re also launching our new gold Surface Pen in Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United States.



    The new gold Surface Pen makes a bold statement as a colorful complement to your Surface that’s also a powerful tool for both creativity and productivity. When used with your Surface Book or Surface Pro 4, it offers 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity for the ultimate writing and drawing experience. The gold Surface Pen also includes the Surface Pen Tip Kit so you can further customize the experience of taking notes or drawing on your Surface.

    We love hearing about the new and creative ways customers are using and customizing their Surfaces, and these new products will let you do even more. You can buy the new 1TB Core i7 Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 and the gold Surface Pen from Microsoft Stores and select retailers beginning today.


    Source: On sale today: 1TB Core i7 Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, and new Gold Surface Pen | Microsoft Devices Blog
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    22 Jan 2016


  1. Posts : 384
    Window 10
       #1

    Nice. Just don't buy one until Microsoft solves the power management (battery drain during sleep) issue.
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  2. Posts : 11,212
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       #2

    Hi there

    Ditto that on battery management but looks a great travelling machine --Bye Bye Laptop !!!!! -- Nice to see with docking station and external monitor relay good resolution offered on this --love to try it out on a large 4K monitor !!!.

    Might get myself the years EARLIEST Xmas Prezzie !!!!

    Cheers
    jibo
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  3. Posts : 399
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       #3

    This article ( Reason Behind Microsoft Surface Tablet Fail at NFL Game - ABC News ) says that the Microsoft Surface tablets used by the New England Patriots at yesterday's AFC Title Game, stopped working properly. But the Denver Bronco's Surface tablets had no problems.

    Is it possible to sabotage just part of a Local Area Network?
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  4. Posts : 171
    Windows 10 Ent, Pro & Home
       #4

    AllenChicago said:
    This article ( Reason Behind Microsoft Surface Tablet Fail at NFL Game - ABC News ) says that the Microsoft Surface tablets used by the New England Patriots at yesterday's AFC Title Game, stopped working properly. But the Denver Bronco's Surface tablets had no problems.

    Is it possible to sabotage just part of a Local Area Network?

    You do know that the wireless
    APs are different on each side of the field! One could go down and the other could continue working. Patriots just not lucky on Sunday.
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  5. Posts : 343
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    wyldman68 said:
    You do know that the wireless
    APs are different on each side of the field! One could go down and the other could continue working. Patriots just not lucky on Sunday.
    NFL announced it was a bad cable. They fixed the issue on the field connecting to a wired connection. They had been having issue with this as the communications of coaches from filed to press box uses the same network. There was another big failure in the first game of the year with the Steelers vrs Patriots. The NFL will be testing a new technology this weekend at the Pro Bowl.
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