The Surface Pro 4 is coming. More accurately, it seems safe to assume that one should be coming soon.
There were only 8 months between the launch of the Surface Pro and the Surface Pro 2. There were only 8 months between the launch of the Surface Pro 2 and the Surface Pro 3. It is now about 8 months since the Surface Pro 3 launched, so…
Rumors about the Surface Pro 4 have circulated pretty much since Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3. They’re starting to gather steam, though, and evolve from rumor to speculation–rumor’s only-slightly-more-credible cousin.
Some expect Microsoft to unveil details of the next-generation Surface Pro tablet at or before its Build developer conference in San Francisco at the end of April. There is also speculation that the new tablet won’t actually be available until fall to coincide (and probably come pre-loaded) with Windows 10.
Regardless of timing, I think it’s fair to assume a new Surface Pro tablet will come along eventually. What features or benefits do you think Microsoft should include in the Surface Pro 4. Give us your opinion with this very short survey:
Are you looking forward to the Surface Pro 4? Do you plan to buy one, or consider the next-generation Surface tablet for your next PC purchase? Share your thoughts about the Surface Pro line, and what you wish for or expect from a Surface Pro 4 in the comments below.
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