The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is one of the most anticipated Windows tablet of 2017 thanks to the popularity of its predecessor. It was expected to show up in the Windows 10 event back in October but nothing was revealed at the event. Now that the rumored Microsoft Surface Pro 5 release date Nigeria is coming near, rumors about this tablet are circulating online. Let’s take a look at the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Nigeria price first before we get to know more about the things we can expect inside. Its starting price expected to be around 236200 to 275600 ₦ when it’s here.
One of the rumored notable changes in the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is its 4K supported display. The tablet is already showing 2736 x 1824 pixels resolution which means it’s quite sharp as it is but it’s expected to be even sharper. It will be easier for photo editors and video editors to work using native resolution. There are also rumors about tablets showing up with bigger screen size. However, nothing has been officially revealed yet so it will be a good idea to take these rumors with a grain of salt. There is still the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Microsoft Surface Book if you are not ready to wait for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 release date Nigeria.
As expected, the new Surface Pro will show up with a better processor. There are rumors that the tablet will include over 512GB SSD storage. One of the versions will include 16GB of RAM which should be great if you are looking for a heavily specced Windows tablet. There were some issues with the battery life of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. While there are no rumors about the battery life, some improvements are expected in this department. There is the iPad Pro and Samsung Galaxy TabPro S if you are looking for tablets in this size. These are in slightly different pricing range compared to the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Nigeria price.
A disappointing thing about the stylus included with the Surface Pro 4 is it’s stylus that requires non-rechargeable batteries. Thankfully the upcoming stylus will be rechargeable and people will be able to recharge it using magnetic charging dock. There was no USB Type-C port in the previous Surface Pro tablets but things are about to change with the Surface Pro 5. There will be a USB-C port included with the other usual ports. It will be interesting to see what more the tablet has to offer once it’s officially here. If it's a cheaper laptop/tablet hybrid you are after, there is the Asus Transformer T100TA.
There is a long waiting time ahead for those who are satisfied with the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Nigeria price as it’s expected to be unveiled in March, 2017.
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