If this happens, Microsoft will probably want to stay ahead of this move and become somewhat of a pioneer in the large-sized tablet market of the future. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will come with Intel’s Core M Broadwell processor but a possible Skylake variant is scheduled to be released later this year.
There are also rumors that suggest Microsoft is working on a fanless tablet which will feature holes on its casing in order to allow better heat dissipation and radiation. At the same time, this will make the Surface Pro 4 thinner and much quieter than the Surface Pro 3.
IT Pro also reports that a Mini version could also be released. A mini Surface Pro would provide users with all the features necessary for a tablet along with the possibility of scaling up to Desktop usage, simply by connecting to a larger display.
The Motley Fool reported that the availability of Windows 10 is ideal for Microsoft Xbox Gamers since the company enabled local streaming of Xbox One games to computers and Windows tablets. It also said that Microsoft Windows 10 was designed in a manner that will allow it to be installed in phones, tablets, consoles and computers.
Stay tuned for more updates and information on Microsoft Surface Pro 4!