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The tablet that can replace your laptop Performance and versatility for professionals, creatives, and more.
The versatility of a laptop and tablet - Surface Pro 4 runs all the desktop software you rely on, while being lighter than ever starting at 1.69 pounds. The 12.3-inch PixelSense display has extremely high contrast and low glare. Go from laptop to tablet with the multi-position Kickstand and keyboard. And jot down notes and ideas with Surface Pen and improved Type Cover. When you need to connect to other devices and accessories, Surface Pro 4 has advanced wireless capabilities and all the ports you need.
The 6th Gen Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 processors inside Surface Pro 4 are not only more powerful, they’re quieter, run cooler, and are more efficient than before. It's that kind of performance—plus impressive battery life of up to 9 hours1—that makes Surface Pro 4 your mobile workstation for running multiple professional programs simultaneously. And with the 5MP front-facing and 8MP autofocus rear-facing cameras, you can video conference with your colleagues from around the world with confidence.
Writing with Surface Pen feels as fluid and precise as a ballpoint pen on paper. Use the Surface Pen to open a OneNote or to activate Cortana, your truly personal digital assistant. She offers time, people, and location-based reminders, and even books dinner reservations. Surface Pro 4 also packs the latest facial recognition camera technology. With Windows Hello, Surface Pro 4 knows you’re you, and will sign you in with no password required.
Surface Pro 4 can handle any task, while seamlessly pairing with your existing IT infrastructure. Built with a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) chip for security, your device is protected by enterprise level encryption. You can also use BitLocker, new Enterprise Data Protection, Trusted Boot, and Windows Defender for malware protection and data privacy. IT can set up Surface like other PCs, by joining it to a domain and managing it using tools already in place like Active Directory, SCCM, and Air Watch.