Microsoft’s Surface Pro lineup has been very well received so far and it appears that the company is looking to kick things up a notch next year with the Surface Pro 6. According to a new report, Microsoft is going to launch a “heavily redesigned” Surface Pro 6 in 2019, assuming that’s what the next product in this lineup will end up being called.
Microsoft has seen considerable success with its Windows-powered Surface tablets but it would be a stretch to say that the models it has released so far have been affordably priced. That might change in the future if a new report is to be believed as Microsoft is reportedly developing a budget lineup of Surface tablets to compete with low-cost iPad options from Apple.
The lack of USB Type-C ports on the Surface Pro and Surface Laptop irked many customers who picked up these devices and Microsoft confirmed back then that it would release a Surface USB-C dongle to address the matter. The company hasn’t released one as yet but it wants customers to know that it hasn’t forgotten about it. Microsoft says that it’s going to release the USB-C dongle later this year.
Microsoft finally started selling the much-awaited Surface Pro with LTE in December last year, however, it only opened up sales for business customers initially. The company has now decided to allow consumers to purchase the Surface Pro with LTE. Starting today, those who want to pick one up can head over to Microsoft’s online store and place a pre-order for this device.
When devices run hot, it can affect performance and how certain things function. For example if you’ve ever experienced a computer, laptop, or mobile device that is overheating, you might notice how its performance might suffer, where suddenly everything seems to be running slow, apps are stuttering, and so on.
It was confirmed a couple of months ago that Microsoft is going to launch the Surface Pro with LTE in December. The company announced the launch formally recently but it also mentioned that the December 1st release date was for enterprise customers. Businesses could order the device through a partner retail website while consumers had to wait until 2018. The Surface Pro with LTE wasn’t available through the general Microsoft […]
The Surface Pro with LTE was launched earlier this year. Microsoft didn’t say back then when this version of the Surface Pro would be released, it only mentioned that it would be out before the end of this year. Microsoft has kept mum on the availability details for this product since then but today it has finally confirmed when customers will be able to purchase the Surface Pro with LTE.
Microsoft didn’t really confirm when it’s going to release the LTE Surface Pro. As one can imagine, there are a lot of customers that are waiting for the LTE-enabled version of this device to arrive. It was recently reported that the LTE Surface Pro release will finally take place on December 1st. According to a new report, that might not happen now before 2018.
There has been a lot of speculation about the LTE Surface Pro. Many have been waiting on Microsoft to confirm when it’s going to launch the LTE-enabled version of this product. There’s finally more information about this. It was confirmed during its Ignite 2017 conference that the LTE Surface Pro is going to be released on December 1st.
Some users of Microsoft’s new Surface Pro have been complaining about a hibernation issue with their new device. Microsoft has now released a fix for the hibernation issue. A new firmware update has been released by Microsoft which takes care of the hibernation and sleep issue that owners of its new Surface Pro devices have reported.
While tablets existed before the iPad, it is safe to say that it was only with the iPad that tablets truly became a popular choice amongst the consumer market, whereas in the past tablets were mostly seen as devices used by industry professionals for specific tasks. Many companies have since followed suit with their own tablets, such as Microsoft.
Microsoft recently unveiled new hardware products that include the Surface Laptop and Surface Pro. Interested customers outside the United States would have been waiting for the opportunity to get their hands on the new machines. They can finally do that starting today as Microsoft has announced the worldwide release of the Surface Laptop and Surface Pro.
Last month with the announcement of the new Microsoft Surface Pro, Microsoft also took the wraps off a new accessory for the tablet in the form of the Surface Pen. If this sounded like the perfect accessory to match your new Surface Pro tablet, then you’ll be happy to learn that the accessory is now available for pre-order.
Microsoft has collaborated with Finnish design house Marimekko on accessories for Microsoft’s Surface products. The collection will be available starting this month and it includes four Marimekko-patterned skins. The collection will expand in the fall this year and will include two Marimekko-patterned sleeves. Products in this collection from Marimekko will be sold by Microsoft online and in its retail stores worldwide.