Today, Microsoft is bringing dual-core weapons to a quad-core fight. It is artificially limiting its ability to compete.
Recent Surface Pro 4 Stories
I'm routinely asked whether we can trust Microsoft Surface. It's a fair question. This is where I stand.
Microsoft this week issued a set of firmware updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.
Last week, Surface Pro 4 received a slew of mysterious new firmware updates. Today, we learned what they were.
Microsoft has issued a fix for a self-imposed problem with Windows Hello on Surface Pro 4.
Last week, Microsoft began pushing a major set of firmware updates out to Surface Pro 4 devices. Now we know what they were.
Microsoft has issued a firmware update for Surface Pro 4 that provides better support for the 2017 Type Covers.
Microsoft last night delivered a set of firmware updates for Surface Pro 4 that are aimed at improving the reliability, performance, and battery life of the 2-in-1 PC.
With Microsoft launching a new Surface Pro today, most previous generation Surface Pro 4 models are predictably already available at a nice discount.
A selectively misquoted statement by Panos Panay is triggering a new wave of nausea among fans. But he never said that Microsoft would not make a Surface Pro 5.
You may have seen reports about a $350 Surface Pro 4 alternative called the CHUWI Lapbook 12.3. In truth, it's not a 2-in-1 like Surface Pro 4. But it still may be interesting for those looking for a great value.
On the eve of Microsoft's next press event, anxiety is high: Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book are now over 18 months old and there are no replacements in sight. What's going on?
Following in the footsteps of a similar set of updates from three weeks ago, Microsoft has again issued updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. But only for those already on Windows 10 version 1703.
Microsoft's Surface beat out Apple's iPad in the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study. But this win is bigger than Surface, I think. And it says a lot about the state of innovation in personal computing these days.
The other day, I revealed the first concrete information about the next version of Surface Pro. Today, I'd like to expand on that a bit by thinking through what this information means for Surface and the Spring hardware event.