Mar 17, 2017 11:39 AM EDT
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 boasts its capability challenging the MacBook Pro. With all its amazing features the Surface Pro 5 gets confidence.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is said to be coming with its best significant features such as the Hololens, Touch Bar and the all new Windows 10 Creators Update. Because of these amazing features, the tablet is confident enough to beat the popularity of the 13-Inch MacBook Pro model.
Inquisitr reported that though there has been no release date that has been set for the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 flagship, its most trending speculation is coming with the Microsoft Hololens support.
The early report of the absence of Hololens for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 has been surpassed by the latest update that the tablet is expected to come with the Hololens feature. According to MobileNApps, reports claim that the Surface Pro 5 will come with the support of the latest Windows 10 Creators Update.
If this is possible, then the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will be extremely compatible with the Hololens and Surface Dial features. The latter is a Bluetooth-powered accessory that looks similarly to a computer mouse, but with different features that the user would need.
Aside from the possibility of Hololens, Surface Dial and Windows 10 Creators Update features for the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5, there will be more surprises. As expected, the tablet will have a thin body, with a 4K display and USB Type-C support. However, its processor is not yet finalized whether to use the Intel Kaby Lake or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 processor.
Additionally, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 will sport a 12.3-inch display screen, a rechargeable Surface Pen and a new style of keyboard base. Of all its outstanding features, the Surface Pro 5 tablet is said to compete with the Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro model with a Touch Bar. Both of the two displays impressive features and specs, that will cause a close market fight when released this year.
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