Hey I'm Dan Ackerman we're taking a look at Microsoft's new Surface Pro 4, looks a lot like the Surface Pro 3, but some subtle differences here.
Foot print is generally the same, but the screen is actually larger.
12.3 inch screen.
And the keyboard cover, which everyone thinks is really the best part about the whole service line, has been redesigned.
The keys now are more of [UNKNOWN] style keys.
They've got a little bit of space between them.
And apparently the Touchpad is bigger aswell.
And of course it [UNKNOWN] Fold this up and carry it with you, you can fold it down, it's got an extra little kickstand right there, for the keyboard to kind of move up at an ergonomic angle.
And I also like how they took the stylus, and instead of slipping it through a little plastic loop right here on the keyboard, it's now magnetic, sticks right on there.
The new Surface Pro 4 is a little bit thinner than last year's, really not so you'd notice, you've still got the very flexible kickstand here in the back, Of course, it starts at 899.
If you do want the keyboard.
However, it's probably gonna cost you at the previous generations of these for 199.
I expect this is gonna be the same here.
And then [UNKNOWN], take a look at the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.
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