Microsoft’s Surface Pro lineup have pretty much set the standard for the 2-in-1 detachable category. I don’t think there’s a device in the market right now that can really match the package Microsoft offers with their Surface Pro.
But, like Surface Pros tend to be, they’re very expensive and that usually begs the question: Is it worth the premium over the other, more affordable, 2-in-1 detachables in the market? Well, today I got to spend some time with Microsoft’s latest Surface Pro and here’s what I think.
UPDATE: Microsoft confirms that the new Surface Pro for 2017 will be officially available in Malaysia starting 15 August 2017.
The 5th generation Microsoft Surface Pro has finally arrived in Malaysia. This convertible 2-in-1 laptop was first announced a few months ago and you can now secure your unit online from as low as RM3,699.
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UPDATE: Pre-orders are live and the device will be officially available on 8 April 2016 at all authorised Microsoft retailers.
Want to get your hands on the last Lumia of 2016? Well, it’s up for pre-orders on Lazada for less than RM1000.
When you step in the shoes that were once filled by Bill Gates, you better hope that you fulfill your role. Steve Ballmer unfortunately took upon the intimidating task and his reign lasted a good 13 years. A robust character, Ballmer excelled in his early days but by 2012 stock prices were idling too long and that ensued criticism of dropping everything that he had managed to achieve. Many have speculated that the failure of Surface RT tablet was the last straw for Microsoft’s overseeing board of directors, with a US$ 900 million write off being a mistake that couldn’t go unnoticed.
Two years after Ballmer’s retirement, Satya Nadella has filled some big shoes and it has been an upward journey so far. Akin to Ballmer, the Surface Pro 4 sits in a precarious position as it has never been easy living up to your past successes.
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Looks like the “I Will Follow You” man will extend his reach to the latest Microsoft smartphones, following the announcement of the exclusive bundle from the partnership between Microsoft and Digi.
Did we mention? This will be the first time you’re seeing Continuum: a PC-like experience on your Lumia 950 or 950 XL via Display Dock and Windows 10 on any smartphone. The question is, will it change Microsoft’s success in the local market? Let’s see if Digi enterprise/business customers take advantage of this special deal.
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The Surface Pro 4 is Microsoft’s latest tablet that could replace your laptop. Now in its 4th generation, the productivity tablet with Windows 10 has finally arrived in Malaysia with a starting price of RM3,999.
Windows OS fans (if they still exist) can rejoice as the larger 5.7-inch Lumia 950 XL should land in Malaysia, following its SIRIM certification. Windows 10 Mobile will be on it out of the box but will this device be capable of putting the Windows OS back in the hearts and minds of smartphone users?
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Redmond’s finest have banked on their Lumia 950 models to save the day for the Nokia name. Running Windows 10 Mobile and giving you a mimicked PC experience through Continuum, does the Windows platform still have something to offer mobile users? Seems like Malaysians won’t need to wait much longer to find out.
UPDATE: Lazada has changed their “what’s in the box” column to include the 4th generation Surface Pen.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is the ultimate tablet that can replace your laptop, which is now thinner, lighter and more powerful than ever. Targeted for November release, you can secure yours today by placing a pre-order on Lazada.
With our weakening Malaysian Ringgit, the Surface Pro 4 costs more than its predecessor from RM3,999. That’s more expensive than last year’s Surface Pro 3 that’s priced starting from RM2,729.
Revealed on the 23rd of September and automatically available for those who are subscribed to Office 365, Microsoft Office 2016 is finally available in physical retail form in Malaysia. In conjunction with the productivity software launch, the Asia Pacific division of the Redmond natives carried out a survey to gauge how working professionals in 10 countries adapt to their work-life.