Microsoft is set for the biggest operating system launch its ever had with Windows 10 later this year, but what better time to reveal the fourth generation Surface Pro but with your new OS?
According to new reports, Microsoft won't be countering any new iPads until later this year with its Surface Pro 4, according to Venture Capital Post. The report says that there are rumors of a Surface Pro 4 announcement for July, but others are saying that it won't be unveiled until October, alongside Windows 10. This would have the Surface Pro 4 being the first device on the market with Windows 10 preloaded.
The other juicy part of this rumor is that the Surface Pro 4 will reportedly have a 4K screen, matched with an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor, and of course; the stylus pen that the Surface Pro is known for. On top of that, the Intel processor powering the Surface Pro 4 could end up being the Skylake-based CPU, which is scheduled for an August release. We should expect two models: a 12-inch and 14-inch model, with up to 1TB of storage and 16GB of RAM.