Microsoft Updates Drivers for Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book
May 30 2016
This huge discount led to speculations that the new Surface Pro 5 is about to be released real soon.
dBrand, the most popular custom skin maker for smartphones is now selling skins for the Surface Book (and Surface Pro 4, Pro 3, 3).
Electronics retailer Best Buy offers the same discount as Microsoft and allows consumers to save up to $150.
With Surface Book, Microsoft aims to directly compete with Apple's MacBook line.
Specifically speaking, this release installs a new Surface Embedded Controller Firmware (88.1171.256.0) to adjust system thermal tuning and optimize battery utilization, as well as the 15.68.9040.67 Marvel AVASTAR Bluetooth and Wireless-AC controller to enhance Wi-Fi settings so that it can support Gulf regions.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 launch will happen in October retaining the same price.
According to the same publication, Microsoft Surface Book works with absolutely no heating.
Back in May 2014, Patently Apple posted a report titled "Microsoft's New Surface Pro 3 Thinks it's a Notebook". The much-awaited successor to the Surface Pro 4 was expected to be launched by the end of this year. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
The development team wants to buy more time for these stellar-sounding features to be successfully integrated on the Microsoft Surface Book 2. If we were to believe that report, then a Q2 release for the new devices looks probably.
The Surface Phone is expected to release into the markets in three variants: with 4GB of RAM along with 64GB of storage space, the advanced version which features 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space, and the Pro Variant, with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage space.
Microsoft's Surface development facility, a large unassuming building located at the company campus, is focused on iteration. A Surface phone completes that offering: a set of adaptable, convertible high-end devices with native Microsoft software (which the businesses are running anyway) - not to mention Continuum, which means the Surface phone can effectively be your PC (albeit without the same power)...Microsoft is definitely working on such a device.