Is Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 Losing The Race With Samsung, Hp, Dell And Other Competitors?

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Apr 24, 2017 12:34 PM EDT

The latest Galaxy Books from Samsung matches with the features and designs of Microsoft's Surface Pro 4. Microsoft is losing the race with the other brands like HP, Dell, Lenovo and other Surface devices that are much faster than that of the Surface Pro 4 of Microsoft. Samsung has already rolled out its pre-sales order for its Galaxy Book 12 which will be equipped with Windows 10 Pro. It is a two-in-one device that rhymes with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.

The Samsung Galaxy Book 12 comes with a stylus pen and a keyboard case as well and is mainly designed for enterprise use which is priced at 1429 dollars. There is high demand for the two-in-one devices in the verticals and enterprise such as healthcare, finance, retail, etc. according to Samsung. Hence, the Galaxy Book 12 is a part of the field of business which may include Galaxy S8 and its DeX virtual client. The Samsung Galaxy Book 12 comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, great options for memory and it gives a battery life up to eleven hours, revealed ZD Net.

According to Tech News,it is not very difficult to find devices like the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and is hence losing out on the race on such products. What Microsoft needs to update is the Surface Pro to get into the sales competition. There are also several issues with the power which took a long time to resolve and the tablet applications are weak. It also has problems with the dock.

All these problems might be resolved soon, but the people's viewpoint about the Surface issues will remain which is the main drawback for the Surface Pro 4 from Microsoft, whereas the other manufacturers are going on to increase their sales leaving Microsoft behind.

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