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Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs, Rumors, Release Date, & Update: 4K Display, 16 GB RAM, 2-in-1 PC For $899?

First Posted: Dec 13, 2016 06:00 AM EST
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The year 2016 about to make way for 2017 and with New Year will come the launches of some highly anticipated devices. Microsoft has not talked about the Surface Pro 5 yet, but experts believe that with no Tablet release this year, the 2-in-1 Pro 5 will be released in 2017.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs

Latest rumors suggest that Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be a perfect 2-in-1 tablet PC. It will have a screen size of 12.3 inches in size with tow variants which will have a 2K or 4K display. It will be powered by a Kaby Lake processor and a 16GB RAM along with 1TB storage.

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 specs will also include a USB-C type charging port and a Surface pen. According to Gamenguide, some rumors suggest that it might have a magnetic charging dock, although we were unable to confirm it. The Surface Pro 5 will also be equipped with Nvidia or an AMD graphic card, and the system will run on Windows 10 update, as reported by Gamenguide.

The windows 10 Redstone update is also expected next year, and the chances are that the Surface Pro 5 will have it as the default operating system.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Price

It is speculated that Microsoft will release the Surface Pro 5 in the first half of 2017. It will be launched at either the Consumer Electronics Show or The Mobile World Congress. Surface Book 2 and Surface phone will likely make their debut at the same event, as reported by learnbonds.

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price will be around $899 for the base model. It is likely to go up to $1,599 for the higher end models.

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be a direct competitor to the Apple's MacBook Pro with similar specs.

Which one is a better buy? Let us know your views in the comment section below.

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