As Surface Pro 4 users here in the U.S. very much well know, the device is only 8.4mm thin, features a 12.3-inch PixelSense display, a sixth gen Intel Core processor, as well as a multi-position kickstand. When used with the included Pen, and the build in palm blocking technology, the Microsoft tablet also provides users with the best possible writing experience.
Shipped with Windows 10, the Surface Pro 4 also features fast and secure login with Windows Hello, slick transitions between tablet and desktop, and improved touch and pen interface.
Mohammed Arif, Windows and Devices Director for Microsoft Gulf put it best, saying to MSN Money,
“The Surface Pro 4 is an era-defining device in the era of devices… Consumers now live their lives very much alongside their smartphones, tablets and laptops. So Microsoft has delivered a product, in the Surface Pro 4, that is whatever you need it to be, on demand. This is computing at its most personal, and with the power and ease of use brought by Windows 10, we are confident the Surface will be embraced by UAE consumers as an indispensable life companion.”
Government organizations in the UAE, such as the Mohammed Bin Rashid Smart Learning Program have already adopted the Microsoft device. Media professionals, like renowned UAE-based artist Ashraf Ghori, have also hailed the Surface Pro 4, citing the ability to sense 1,024 distinct levels of pressure in a single stroke of the Surface pen.
Further reading: Surface, Surface Pro 4