Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Announced for India Availability, Coming in January 2016

By Vigneshwar

At the Future Unleashed event, the Redmond giant Microsoft has announced the array of partnerships, programs and products to enhance the Indian government and other organizations.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Announced for India Availability

Today, Satya Nadella's company has announced the collaboration with three e-retailer - Justdial, Paytm and Snapdeal for the availability of its flagship device including Microsoft Surface Pro 4.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Announced for India Availability

Moving on, Satya Nadella has announced that the company will be launching its latest 2-in-1 tablet dubbed as Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in India by January 2016. Initially, the company has launched the Surface Pro 4 at an event in New York last month.

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Reiterating the specs, The 12.3 inch convertible supports 1024 pressure points for the stylus. The Surface Pro 4's dockable keyboard comes with an improved design language too. The display of the Surface Pro 4 comes with a 5 million pixels and 267ppi.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Announced for India Availability

On the back of the display is a 1.1m backlight unit and Microsoft's Pen and Touch chipset. As expected the Surface Pro 4 comes with an improved Pen which can now be docked to the side of the device via a magnetic strip.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Announced for India Availability

The Redmond giant have also integrated their Cortana onto the Pen. You can now open Cortana with a simple press of button on the side of the Pen.

Further, the Pen come with 5 color options including a gold one. Microsoft has also launched a new docking station for the Surface Pro 4 which comes with four USB 3.0, two 4K Display and an Ethernet port.

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