Jun 19, 2017 10:46 PM EDT
Microsoft's New Surface Pro Beats Out Existing Laptops; Microsoft Exec Says iPad Pro Copied Surface Pro [VIDEO]
Microsoft already rolled out its latest Surface Pro device and the powerful 2-in-1 laptop gathered great reviews. Although the new Surface Pro is not a laptop in nature, the device defeats other existing laptops in the market today. The remarkable specs and features of the Microsoft Surface Pro is what makes the device stand out with other competitors.
Microsoft's well-known devices include the Surface Pro tablets, Surface laptops and the Lumia mobile phone series. However, one device that is getting a big attention right now is the tech giant's newly released Surface Pro, which is packed with awesome specs that can compete with other flagship laptops.
The Redmond, Washington based tech titan packed the latest Surface Pro 2-in-1 device with Intel's 7th-gen Core processor, which is fast enough to watch a video and even edit a picture without slowing down. Surface Pro's 12.3-inch display is also a perfect complement to Intel's i7 processor, which would bring out the colorful, sharp, high and quick CPU performance, Laptop Mag reported.
The latest Surface Pro 2-in-1 device will be up for grabs in different colors, Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, Graphite Gold and Platinum. The price of the device varies depending on the various combinations of the specs.
On the other hand, Microsoft executive Ryan Gavin recently ignited the Apple vs Microsoft rivalry. The Microsoft exec made it known that Apple's iPad Pro copied Microsoft's latest Surface Pro, Phone Arena reported.
The Cupertino based tech company is yet to comment on Gavin's statement. At this point, tech fans are claiming that the iPad is better suited as a tablet rather than a PC.
That being the case, the focus of Microsoft and Apple still seems different. The iPad Pro functions just a tablet, while the Surface Pro works like a computer, but comes along with a hybrid form factor.
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