Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Worry From Within, Continuum Threat, Specs And Rumors!

There have been insiders telling us that Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will come in two different sizes to cater to the needs of a higher market. The size variants could be 14” and 12”.

Reports suggest that the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will be featuring two cameras. The primary camera will be of 8 megapixels whereas the front will be of 3.5 megapixels. The high megapixel secondary camera will allow its users to do video calling with ease. The device is expected to be slim and use the latest fan less technology.

There isn’t any official confirmation about the release of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, but recently there has been a significant move by the company which could allow us to assume that the Surface Pro 4 is not very far away.

The price of Surface Pro 3 has been slashed down and it is rumoured that the price cut is to clear the old stocks before rolling out the new Microsoft Surface Pro 4. Gadget lovers have to wait before it is there in market.

2 thoughts on “Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Worry From Within, Continuum Threat, Specs And Rumors!”

  1. The surface 4 Pro won’t matter too much if Microsoft takes forever to get it out.
    I would like to get a Surface 3 with LTE. No word on when it will come out even though the Wifi model has been out for a month. Apple somehow manages to release their LTE versions at the same time as the Wifi iPads every year.

    Microsoft is really over-rating their Win 10 software. I’m interested in the Surface 3 and Pro 4 for the newer hardware that comes with them (Cherry Trail for the Surface 3 and Broadlake or SkyLake for the Pro). Either way the 14 nm Broadlake/SkyLake should both be better than Haswell just because of the smaller size.

    If they don’t get this out by summer they will miss out on the back-to-school sales. Come Sept-October Apple will really ramp up their Marketing for the new iPhone and new Tablets.

  2. A couple of points of view:
    Continuum: I don’t envision continuation of working on my projects with a phone. The screens are way to small, and looking at the iPhone 6+, we’re reaching absurd sizes for phones.

    Surface Pro 4: I owned a 2 Pro and looked at a 3 Pro. I now own a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro. I have an i7, 8 gigs Ram and 1/2 TB SSD, a 13 inch gorgeous screen that is ultra HD (2400×1400 or something close…I forget), touchscreen and can be used as a laptop, tent, or just fold over the keyboard and it’s a pure tablet; keys don’t function folded; 2 USB 3 ports, AC WiFi. In this environment Continuum would work well for me and my home/office 27in 2K display-all in one desktop.
    My cost was ~1350 or so without tax. A Pro 3 with those specs and no keyboard would have run me about $1900+ and a smaller, not as sharp a screen.
    The Levovo Pro 3, is basically the same specs with a power miser “M”CPU so longer battery life, but not enough horsepower as the i7, plus they went to PCIe SSD’s which while faster, cost a fortune to expand/replace.
    There is no LTE capability, but my phone data plan-phone plugged in or a MiFi hotspot work well when no Wi-Fi. My point of view is Lenovo has the “laptop/tablet” market leader for Win 8/10 in their Yoga 2/3 line. Use one usb3 port to give me an 3 port USB3 hub, and Ethernet connection with no need of a power supply (non Lenovo add on).

    Windows Phone: As an insider, I’ve run Win10 on it. Aside from expected buggyness, my Nokia runs slow as molasses; I’m OK staying with 8. The issue is apps with Win Phones. Not enough of the right ones, and sites I visit for key apps I need are iPhone or Android. I can’t even get a decent boarding pass on my phone. With Win10, I’d likely have to trade in my current phone for a new one by HTC or Nokia that can run it. Mine does have the 41 mega pixel camera which is no longer offered (likely due to the camera “bump” in back. But with Zeiss lenses and 41 megapixels, I can really blow them up with no loss of sharpness; hate to give it up. It’s more of a digital camera with a phone attached.

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