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Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Will Launch With 512 GB Storage In March 2017

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Microsoft is coming with a new next-generation surface pro 5 tab, the successor of the surface pro 4, is eagerly awaited in the mobile gadgets space. Whereas leaks coming on the device were uncommon, rumors surrounding the surface pro 5’s launch and expected features had been swirling within the tech area for a while now. Microsoft Surface Pro 5 With 512 GB Storage.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date

Consistent with latest rumors, the Surface Pro 5 will have 512 GB of storage; that is double to the storage of the surface pro 4 which had 256 GB of storage space.

It has previously been anticipated that the surface pro 5 can also be launched with up to 256 GB of storage, in keeping with the surface pro 4, however if this rumor turns out to be true, plainly Microsoft is looking to take the surface pro 5 on a wholly new level, in conjunction with the alternative rumored improvements for the device.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Will Launch With 512 GB Storage In March 2017
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Will Launch With 512 GB Storage In March 2017

As for the device RAM, there has thus far been no news that Microsoft may be making similar improvements to the 16 GB of RAM determined within the surface pro 4.

As for the release date of the Surface Pro 5, a particular date has not but been decided. It’s far rumored that the tablet will launch in spring 2017, likely while early as January, with the delay in the start date due to Microsoft awaiting Intel to launch the Kaby Lake processor that is anticipated to pop out at the end of the year.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price & Discount

The Microsoft’s Surface book that comes along side a 128GB SSD initially price become $1,499 and as a part of the impressive income, here comes a deal, the device is now up for grabs for $1,349. At the same time as the surface ebook 256GB SSD became firstly priced at $1,899, this variant is now priced at $1,749, Microsoft said.

The price is feasible to be above $2,000.

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