Microsoft Surface Pro (Core-i5 7th Gen/4GB/128GB/Windows 10 Pro/Integrated Graphics), Silver
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- The latest Microsoft Surface Pro Features a 7th generation Intel Core i5 Processor, 128 GB of storage, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and up to 13.5 hours of video playback
- Our fastest Surface Pro ever thanks to a powerful Intel Core laptop-grade processor
- Go all day with up to 13.5 hours of battery life. 50% more battery life than the Surface Pro 4
- 12.3-inch screen, Intel HD Graphics 620 graphics
- Surface Pro Signature Type cover and Microsoft Surface Pen sold separately
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From the manufacturer
Create, study, work, and play virtually anywhere. Better than ever, ultra-light Surface Pro gives you total mobile productivity, all-day battery life,1 plus a softer, ultra-portable design with rounded edges. Now available with LTE Advanced for areas with unsecured public, slow, or no WiFi.
Personalize Surface Pro and express yourself with next-generation creative tools in a choice of rich colors,2 including new Surface Arc Mouse,* Surface Pro Signature Type Cover,* and Surface Pen* - with real-time writing and new tilt3 for artistic shading - plus enjoy on-screen support for Surface Dial.*
* Sold separately.
** Service availability and performance subject to service provider’s network. Contact your service provider for details, compatibility, pricing, SIM card, and activation.
1 Up to 13.5 hours of video playback. Testing conducted by Microsoft in April 2017 using preproduction Intel Core i5, 256GB, 8 GB RAM device. Testing consisted of full battery discharge during video playback. All settings were default except: Wi-Fi was associated with a network and Auto-Brightness disabled. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage, and other factors.
2 Available colors vary in some markets.
3 Surface Pen tilt functionality is available now with Surface Pro. Available with other Surface devices via Windows Update.
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Not much has changed since the Surface Pro first debuted. The concept of a tablet with a kickstand and detachable keyboard cover is deeply associated with the Surface Pro, even though we've seen many other companies use the same basic idea for all sorts of tablets including extremely low-cost ones. The body of the Surface Pro is made of a light grey metal, and the overall look is quite minimalist.
Microsoft Surface Pro features and specifications
Other manufacturers have been using Intel's 8th Generation processors with more cores for several months now, but because the Surface Book we're reviewing was launched abroad in mid-2017, we're still dealing with Intel's 7th Generation architecture here. The entry-level Surface Pro variant is built around a low-power Y-series Intel Core m3 CPU, and while there are U-series Core i5 and Core i7 options, these are also designed to run within tight thermal constraints
Microsoft Surface Pro Signature Type Cover, Surface Pen, and Surface Arc Mouse
It's unfortunate that Microsoft isn't bundling at least its Type Cover with the Surface Pro, but it's downright upsetting that you'll have to spend a minimum of Rs. 10,999 on top of the already expensive to harness the true 2-in-1 potential of this tablet. If you choose the soft-touch fabric-coated Signature Type Cover, you'll be spending Rs. 12,999.
It is a good keyboard by the standards of ultraportable devices, and you'll be able to type comfortably enough to get work done, but it just doesn't feel like it's worth so much extra money. The keys are a little mushy and it takes some time to get used to them. The layout is fine, except for the kind of cramped arrow keys that we're seeing everywhere now. The best part about it is that there are three levels of backlighting to choose from, but this will put additional strain on the tablet's battery.
Microsoft Surface Pro performance
The Surface Pro is generally a pleasure to use, and has enough power to get through most common tasks. We were able to type a few documents, surf the Web and stream some video with loads of browser tabs open, and it didn't break a sweat. The screen is crisp, colours are vibrant, and viewing angles are great.
Videos look good, if you can deal with the relatively small viewing area and huge black letterbox bands for widescreen content. Even simple games from Steam and the Windows Store ran smoothly. Despite the Dolby label, we found the speakers to be harsh and tinny, and there was no bass reproduction at all.
That said, buyers should expect top-end performance at this price level, but what you get is last year's warmed-over parts. Intel doubled core counts with the 8th Generation, so being stuck with the 7th isn't just a minor difference. Benchmark tests showed that performance is significantly weaker compared to the Acer Swift 5 which has an 8th Gen Core i5 CPU. The Lenovo Yoga 920 features a Core i7 CPU and is a little more expensive, but took only around half as long as the Surface Pro in content creation tests.
We really like the Microsoft Surface Pro for its portability and convenience. We were even able to use it on our laps for short stretches - it wasn't very comfortable, but it was certainly possible. Its design and components are however a little dated, and the companies that Microsoft wanted to compete with are currently putting out far more compelling products.
For example, the Lenovo ThinkPad X280 with an 8th Gen Core i5 processor costs less than this and weighs just a tiny bit more, but has twice the SSD capacity, a legendary keyboard, and a perfectly adequate screen. If you were interested in the Core i7 version of the Surface Pro, chances are you'd be happier with the super-svelte Dell XPS 13 9370 (Review) or the more luxurious Lenovo Yoga 920 (Review) instead - both of which came to India very shortly after their international debuts.
The fact that this tablet is so expensive makes the lack of bundled accessories really sting. We'd consider the Type Cover a necessity rather than an option, and Rs. 10,999 extra is far too much to pay. By not including its Surface Pen, Microsoft risks having people simply not bother trying it.
We really wanted to like the Surface Pro, after having waited so long for it to launch, but the value proposition just isn't working for us in 2018. Microsoft badly needs to release an update, and bring it to India within a reasonable timeframe.
Type Cover and Surface Pen cost a lot extra
Previous generation CPUs