Microsoft Unveils Top-End Surface Tablet With 1TB Storage And Intel Core i7 CPU

By Vijaykumar

Microsoft has finally introduced the top-of-the-line Surface Book and the Surface Pro models with 1TB of internal storage powered by Intel Core i7 inside.

Microsoft Unveils Top-End Surface Tablet With 1TB Storage & Intel CPU

The new top-end Surface Book model is powered by 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor, paired with 16GB of RAM and dedicated GPU.

The new model will have a 1TB of SSD for storage. This model is priced at $3199 (approx Rs. 216,770). While, the new Surface Pro 4 model, that offers the same hardware specifications, expect a discrete GPU and is priced at $2699 that roughly translates to Rs. 183,000. Both new models are currently in the U.S. and Canada.

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The Surface Book is available online-only through Microsoft Stores and other selected retailers. The company has not yet announced the global availability including India.

Microsoft has recently launched the Surface Pro 4 tablet in the Indian market. 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 Unveils Top-End Surface Tablet With 1TB Storage & Intel CPU

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.

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. The Pen come with 5 color options including a gold one.

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