Surface Pro 6 has been launched just a few days back making it the sixth version of the Surface Pro device that has been garnering a lot of fan following in the last couple of years.
Alongside the launch of Surface Pro 6, the Surface Laptop 2 and the Surface Studio 2 were also launched. The new Surface devices feature Intel’s 8th generation Core processors and a new Black colour variant to the Surface Pro 6.
Surface Pro 6 is being dubbed as the “most powerful Surface Pro yet.” Microsoft introduced the latest quad-core 8th generation Intel Core processors, in Core i5 and Core i7 options. It is claimed to be more than 67 percent faster than the 5th generation Surface Pro. Microsoft claims that the Surface Pro 6 retains the previous generation’s portability, battery, and more, but packs in more power.
The Surface Pro 6 comes with a 12.3-inch PixelSense Touch Display with 2736×1824 pixels resolution. There is an intelligent inking feature as wee. The Surface Pro 6 boasts of 8GB or 16GB RAM options and is equipped with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB SSD options. It also features Intel UHD Graphics 620 (i5) and Intel UHD Graphics 620 (i7) options. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth Wireless 4.1. It runs Windows 10 Home and Microsoft Office 365 (30-day trial). Additionally, users get “helpful time savers”, including password-free Windows Hello sign-in and Windows Timeline. The battery promises to provide up to 13.5 hours of local video playback. In terms of dimensions, it measures 292x201X8.5mm.