Microsoft today officially launched its Surface Pro 4 and the older Surface Pro 3 hybrid devices at its event in New Delhi. Microsoft has partnered exclusively with Amazon.in. Both the Surface devices are up for pre-orders and deliveries are expected to start from January 14.
Consumers can opt from three different hardware configurations. Microsoft has only introduced the older Surface Pro 3, which was announced in June 2014 in the US, with Core i3, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD for Rs 73,990.
While the devices will be sold only via Amazon.in, buyers can book a demo.
The Surface Pro 4 runs the latest Windows 10 operating system. It sports a 12.3-inch PixelTouch display (2736×1824 pixels) at 3:2 aspect ratio. On the connectivity front, the Surface Pro 4 offers a USB 3.0 port, microSD card reader, 3.5-mm headphone port, Mini DisplayPort, Surface Keyboard Cover port and SurfaceConnect port. It includes an 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera with Dolby stereo support. Microsoft claims 8 hours of battery life and weighs just under 800 grams.
Microsoft has bundled the Surface Pro 4 comes with the Surface Pen in Silver colour option only. Surface Pro 3 buyers will have to purchase the Surface Pen for Rs 5,990. The Surface Keyboard Cover has to be purchased separately for Rs 12,490 for both Pro 3 and pro 4 buyers. It comes in Blue and Black colours only.
Talking about after sales, Microsoft will not repair if anything happens to your Surface device within the warranty period of 365 days. They will actually replace it for free.