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Apple User’s Guide to the Microsoft Surface Family

Users of Apple products often work cross-platform. As for the Surface PC, it is a good thing to know what is happening on the Microsoft side. This section introduces the comparison between the Microsoft Surface family's quick guide and Apple's MacBook and iPads. [All images via Microsoft.com]

Surface Pro. Apple's customers are probably familiar with Surface Pro, Microsoft's flagship tablet. This family went through several numbered versions and reached Surface Pro 4. Today is only Surface Pro. (Do not you love it when a company does so?)

Microsoft Surface Pro

Surface Pro

This tablet can have 7th generation Intel Core m3, i5, or i7. The memory option is 4, 8 or 16 GB of RAM. Storage can be 128, 256, 512 GB or 1 TB. The display is 12.3 inches (2736 x 1824). From $ 799, fully loaded Surface Pro will be very expensive, over $ 2,500. It is included in Windows 10 Pro. Weighing less than 1.7 pounds, he has no cover / keyboard. It can be thought of as approximately 12.5 inches iPad Pro. Like the iPad Pro, it is often used with a keyboard or perhaps a surface pen (shown).

Surface studio. This is another well-known product. It is basically a 28 inch iPad with a resolution of 4500 x 3000. Core i5 or i7, up to 32 GB RAM, up to 2 TB of storage can be installed. Beginning at $ 2,999, a fully loaded studio is expensive and can cost about $ 4,200. It is also bundled with Windows 10 Pro.

Microsoft Surface Studio.

Surface studio

Microsoft launched a big upheaval in launching this new Surface product, there are no analogs in Apple family products. "IPad – Surface Studio that Microsoft always wanted" was announced. There are all kinds of innovations such as "Zero Gravity Hinge" and Surface Dial.

Surface book 2. This is basically a luxury laptop equivalent to MacBook …

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