Getting to grips with the Surface Pro


Microsoft Corp recently unveiled the new Surface Pro, a thin, light and quiet laptop measuring just 8.5mm in thickness and boasting 13.5 hours of battery life.

Surface Pro is not only a powerhouse laptop, but also a mobile creative studio with a vibrant 12.3-inch PixelSense touch display that supports the new Surface Pen, and Surface Dial both on- and off-screen.

Twice as accurate as the previous version and enhanced by PixelSense Accelerator custom silicon, the new Surface Pen and new Surface Pro together set the standard for faster, more fluid writing and drawing, and now Surface Pen supports tilt for more natural shading too.

Inking in applications across Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 365, including the new Microsoft Whiteboard app, will unlock ways for people to use digital ink to be more creative and productive.

A full-size glass trackpad with five-finger multi-touch capabilities allows for ultimate precision, and the entire keyboard is wrapped in soft yet durable Alcantara material, creating a comfortable palm rest and aesthetic.

Starting at US$799 (Bt27,200), the new Surface Pro allows people to customise their experiences with an array of colourful options for the new Surface Pro Signature Type Cover, the new Surface Pen and the Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse. Each comes in rich tone-on-tone Platinum, Burgundy and Cobalt Blue.

The new Surface Pro will launch on June 15 in 25 markets including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The Thailand launch is expected to be announced soon.

Surface Pro


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