Microsoft Surface Pro 6 review
At an exceptional event today Microsoft took the swathe off a lot of new hardware – specifically, the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2, both with a matte black color choice, but also the Studio 2 and the all-new Surface Headphones. Let’s dive right in.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 6 is faster, longer continue and now comes in a sleek, new black exterior but … that’s about it. This is no indecision a better product than last year, but it might not be the generational leap some were hoping for. If you before now own a Surface Pro 2017, this upgrade isn’t worth the cost. Otherwise, it’s the best Windows tablet money can purchase.
Microsoft’s most (the) latest Windows 10-powered Surface Pro did a curious thing, let fall the numbering system used by all its prelude from its official name, and instead opting for a more Apple-like move toward with the rather vanilla name of ‘2017 Surface Pro‘. For all intent, however, that 2017 Surface Pro is essentially the Surface Pro 5 – it’s the inheritor to the 2015-model Surface Pro 4, after all.
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 full specifications
- Dimensions (mm) 201.00 x 292.00 x 8.50
- Weight (g) 775.00
- Removable battery; No
- Colors: Platinum, Black
Surface Studio 2
The Surface Studio 2 looks lovely much (exactly) the same to its forerunner (as that seems to be the theme of this event) but is the fastest Surface ever. It packs a 38% brighter screen (over 500 nits brighter than before) and 22% has more difference. The display supports the DCI-P3 color space.
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 leak shows almost identical design, new Intel processors
Microsoft’s next forthcoming hardware event is scheduled for October 2 and the technology world is waiting for information about the company’s latest Surface Pro. However, a recent leak from a Vietnamese website of the Surface Pro 6 means that we don’t have to wait as long as we thought to get a dense look at the all new Windows tablet hybrid. The Surface Pro 6 has turned up earlier than expected and boasts some astonishment that we weren’t expecting.
Same great design, but still no USB-C
Value and rendition are really the only two things you need to know about Laptop 2. Everything else is the same.
The Laptop 2’s design is uniform to its predecessor. The wedge-shaped aluminum building is sturdy and doesn’t flex. If you’ve gone into a Microsoft store and seen the original Laptop, you’ll know precisely what you’re getting.
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This should be a boon to both content creators and purchaser alike. With deeper blacks than ever and even brighter colors that certainly makes movies more imposing, and possibly makes media editing easier and more correct for content creators.