|Standing screen display size||12.3 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||2736 x 1824|
|Max Screen Resolution||2736x1824 Pixels|
|Processor||1.3 GHz core_i5_8400t|
|RAM||8 GB LPDDR3 1866 MHz|
|Memory Speed||1866 MHz|
|Hard Drive||128 GB Flash Memory Solid State|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel UHD Graphics 620|
|Wireless Type||802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 802.11abg, 802.11a/b/g/n, 802.11a|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 Hours|
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Microsoft Surface Pro 6 (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB)
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
|Human Interface Input||Touchscreen|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Screen Size||12.3 Inches|
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- A best in class laptop with the versatility of a studio and tablet
- More power now with the new 8th Generation Intel Core processor
- Ultra slim and light, starting at just 1.7 pounds. Sensors : Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope
- All day battery life, with upto 13.5 hours of video playback
- Pair with our signature type cover in luxurious Alcantara material and rich colors for a full keyboard experience
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Your laptop, your way
Wherever you are, new Surface Pro 6 makes it easy to work and play virtually anywhere, with laptop-to-tablet versatility that adapts to you.
More power for your ideas
Professional. Student. Creator. Whatever you do, let next-generation Surface Pro 6, featuring the latest 8th Generation Intel Core processor and all-day battery life, help you take your ideas to the next level.
Mix, match, make it your own
Personalize Surface Pro 6 to suit your style with a choice of two colors — Platinum or bold, new Black. Make it a full laptop with our Signature Type Cover, Surface Pen, and Surface Arc Mouse.
Do more with the Windows you know
With Windows 10 Home, enjoy familiar features like password-free Windows Hello sign-in and Cortana intelligent assistant — and create your best work with Office 365 on Windows.
Open the built-in Kickstand and add our Signature Type Cover for a full laptop experience anywhere.
Close the Kickstand, and remove or fold the Type Cover back for a powerful, stand-alone Intel tablet.
Lower the Kickstand for the perfect 15-degree writing and drawing angle with Surface Pen.
Signature type cover
Add a touch of luxury to everyday tasks with the Surface Pro Signature Type Cover in our next-generation Alcantara material — a perfect blend of sophisticated style, comfort, and technology.
Create your best work with Office 365 on Surface. Work smarter with powerful inking capabilities and show every angle of your story with 3D.
Write and draw naturally, with precision ink on one end and a rubber eraser on the other.
Surface Arc Mouse
Slim, light and ready to travel, Surface Arc Mouse is designed to conform to your hand and snaps flat to fit easily in your bag. Connects via Bluetooth.
|Surface Go||Surface Pro 6||Surface Laptop 2||Surface Book 2||Surface Studio 2|
|Processor||Intel Pentium Gold||Intel Core 8th Gen i5 or i7||Intel Core 8th Gen i5 or i7||Intel 7th Gen Core i5 or Intel 8th Gen Core i7 (quad-core)||Intel Core 7th Gen i7|
|Screen||10" PixelSense Display||12.3” PixelSense Display||13.5” PixelSense Display||13.5” or 15” PixelSense Display||28” PixelSense Display|
|Modes||Laptop, Tablet, Studio||Laptop, Tablet, Studio||Laptop||Laptop, Tablet, Studio, View||Desktop, Studio|
|Memory||4GB or 8GB RAM||8GB or 16GB RAM||8GB or 16GB RAM||8GB or 16GB RAM||16GB or 32GB (DDR4)|
|Storage||64GB eMMC or 128GB SSD||SSD 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB||SSD 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB||SSD 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB PCIe SSD||SSD 1TB or 2TB|
|Battery life||Up to 9 hours of video playback||Up to 13.5 hours of video playback||Up to 14.5 hours of local video playback||Up to 17 hours of video playback||N/A|
|Operating System (OS)||Windows 10 Home in S Mode||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro|
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|Sold By||EPI-ELECTRONICS ( WE RECORD SERIAL NUMBERS )||antonline||Adorama||Dga digital||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|Screen Size||12.3 inches||12.3 inches||12.3 inches||12.3 inches||10.51 inches||10.2 inches|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||128.0 GB||128.00 GB||256||256.0 GB||128 GB||128 GB|
|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 7.9 x 0.33 inches||12.8 x 2.68 x 9.21 inches||9.1 x 9.1 x 9.1 inches||12.72 x 9.07 x 1.91 inches||0.33 x 9.65 x 6.9 inches||9.8 x 6.8 x 0.29 inches|
|Item Weight||2.00 lbs||1.10 lbs||1.70 lbs||3.53 lbs||1.20 lbs||1.08 lbs|
|Native Resolution||2736 x 1824||2736 x 1824||2736 x 1824||2736 x 1824||1920 x 1280||2160x1620|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||iPadOS|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth|
From the manufacturer Your laptop, your way Wherever you are, New Surface Pro 6 makes it easy to work and play virtually anywhere, with laptop-to-tablet versatility that adapts to you. More power for your ideas Professional. Student. Creator. Whatever you do, let next-generation Surface Pro 6, featuring the latest 8th Generation Intel Core processor and all-day battery life, help you take your ideas to the next level. Mix, match, make it your own Personalize Surface Pro 6 to suit your style with a choice of two colors — Platinum or bold, New Black. Make it a full laptop with our Signature Type Cover, Surface Pen, and Surface Arc Mouse. Do more with the Windows you know With Windows 10 Home, enjoy familiar features like password-free Windows Hello sign-in and Cortana intelligent assistant — and create your best work with Office 365 on Windows. Laptop mode Open the built-in Kickstand and add our Signature Type Cover for a full laptop experience anywhere. Tablet Mode Close the Kickstand, and remove or fold the Type Cover back for a powerful, stand-alone Intel tablet. Studio Mode Lower the Kickstand for the perfect 15-degree writing and drawing angle with Surface Pen. Signature type cover Add a touch of luxury to everyday tasks with the Surface Pro Signature Type Cover in our next-generation Alcantara material — a perfect blend of sophisticated style, comfort, and technology. Surface Dial Create your best work with Office 365 on Surface. Work smarter with powerful inking capabilities and show every angle of your story with 3D. Surface Pen Write and draw naturally, with precision ink on one end and a rubber eraser on the other. Surface Arc Mouse Slim, light and ready to travel, Surface Arc Mouse is designed to conform to your hand and snaps flat to fit easily in your bag. Connects via Bluetooth. Style:Surface Pro | Size:8GB RAM, 128 GB | Color:Platinum | Configuration:Intel Core i5 Unplug. Pack light. Get productive your way, all day. Collaborate on projects, perfect a presentation, manage email, and stream a show when it's all done. From office to home, airport to open road, power your life on the move with New Surface Pro 6, the laptop that adapts to you - now more powerful than ever with the latest 8th Generation Intel Core processor for faster, smoother multitasking.
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I took my Surface Pro out to a client manufacturing facility (they make trucks) for a city water survey. I had it in a Moko case. I was absolutely blown away with a few aspects of this device.
I was marking up a very large PDF, a layout of the entire building I was in, complete with all city water plumbing drawn. Zooming, panning, marking up, nothing ended up fazing this device performance wise. I used Drawboard PDF, which was exactly fit for my purpose.
I was there surveying for 6 hours, no breaks and no charging. I ended up with 63% battery left! Amazing considering the workload(this was a LARGE PDF)!
I really cannot say enough good things about this device. I ended up buying the Surface Pen and it is absolutely worth it over the Ciscle. I don't have a single complaint at the moment about this device. I highly recommend it.
I was debating between a new i5 Pro6 and a refurb i5 Pro 5, until I learned that the new i5 in the Pro 6 is a real 4 core 8 thread. I opted for the 6, and oh boy am I glad I did.
Performance wise, it really is kind of amazing that a system this powerful can run on passive cooling. I have been mostly using the Surface to annotate PDFs of building blueprints using Drawboard. Zooming, panning, writing, all of it is as fluid as I could ask for, even on massive PDFs of entire factory buildings.
Aesthetically, the Surface is a REALLY handsome device. Very pleasing to the eye, and very ergonomic as well. I love folding down into studio mode for drawing.
Drawing is great. I opted for a cheap 3rd party pen(Ciscle), but I think I will probably buy a Surface Pen before too long. It is impressive how little lag there is for drawing, it really does feel very natural.
I was debating long and hard with myself whether to get the Surface Pro 6, or just get a cheap windows tablet. 300% price difference, but I am absolutely, hands down glad I got the Pro. Awesome device.
The display on the Surface Pro 6 is noticeably better than that on the Surface Pro 4 for one reason: contrast ratio. The blacks are blacker and everything is just more vibrant. There is also an sRGB color mode for those of you interested in editing photos or videos. In addition, backlight bleed is virtually nonexistent which was a minor issue on my SP4. The display also gets quite a bit brighter than that of the SP4 which helps significantly in outdoor use.
The performance of the SP6 is noticeably faster than that of the SP4 in day to day tasks, mostly due to doubling the cores and threads (4 & 8 vs 2 & 4). Jumping through powerpoint, excel, word, multiple tabs, and even the notorious CPU hog that is Skype was much snappier. Doing a quick Geekbench, the SP6 is in the performance range of a non-overclocked desktop i5 3570k. SSD performance is also very fast, but it still trails behind what Apple is able to achieve.
This is the main reason I wanted to upgrade, as the SP4's battery life was its Achilles heel even when it was new. With my mixed workload of web browsing, MS-office, youtube, Onenote, etc., I would get about 4.5 hours of battery life on the SP4. With the SP6, it's about 8.5 hours. Naturally, your mileage will vary depending on your unique use case, but needless to say, the battery is no longer a weak point of the Surface Pro line.
This is honestly the flawed aspect of the SP6. The only ports are a headphone jack (thank you!), a surface connect port, a USB A 3.0 port, and a mini-display port. Not having USB C (preferably thunderbolt 3) on a new device in 2018 is going to be a dealbreaker for some. Personally, the surface acts as my mobile machine with a desktop for work at home, so I almost never need to connect it to a display/peripherals. For those looking to use their surface as a primary machine, it may be a dealbreaker; it depends on your workflow. In terms of Wifi performance, I've had no issues.
Keyboard and Pen:
I'm using the same keyboard and pen that I used with the SP4, because they are forward compatible. The SP6 keyboard is virtually identical to the SP4 keyboard, so my commentary should still apply. The keys have great spacing and travel, and the trackpad, while small, is smooth and accurate. I can't comment on the latest generation Surface Pen, but for those coming to the SP6 with an older pen in tow, you do still benefit from the improved latency of the SP6 compared to the SP4 and older models. It was a pleasant surprise, and writing on the SP6 feels even more natural as a result.
The Little Things:
Windows Hello is still awesome and faster than ever. With the instant wake of the SP6, I'm in within 2 seconds of tapping the power button. The build quality is also still exceptional.
Overall, the Surface Pro 6 feels like a solid upgrade for users of the Surface Pro 4 and older with significantly better performance and battery life. Being able to use older accessories is on the SP6 is just icing on the cake.
First of all, FU Microsoft forcing me to pay $200 extra for an awkward, uncomfortable, poor quality keyboard.
The pen is great, kinda... if you use it yes. If you use it rarely, it's just a very expensive thing to rattle around in your laptop bag. Which AGAIN, you have to pay extra for.
Ok so, as a tablet it is awesome... right? Yes, right... as a tablet. Not a Windows computer. In tablet mode, so many websites would not scroll for some reason. So many programs were useless because they're not designed for touch. One very notable case being Adobe.
The entire Adobe suite pretty much requires a mouse and keyboard to use effectively. Yes, Adobe has touch versions of some programs, but you don't need a $1500 tablet if you're gonna use those. Yes, some Adobe programs, like Indesign have touch modes, but... who uses Indesign? Photoshop and Premier suck on touch, and they're really everything people use.
So it's a good laptop! Yes, correct it is a excellent performing laptop. But is a useless laptop. You can't use it on your any better than you can eat dinner while balancing your plate on one finger. The the back stand and afore mentioned overpriced keyboard is. I'll spare you the list of ways you cannot use it and just say, on a table is the only way you will.
Needless to say, I returned it and I spent 1/4 the cost on an ultra-thin convertible and SO MUCH BETTER at being a laptop and being a tablet.
I will give MS credit. What they packed into that device is freaking groundbreaking. But like a massive mandangle, impressive does not automatically mean useful. The weird thing is they actually made an ultra-thin laptop version of the surface, but the neutered performance for some odd reason so it can't even compete with other u-thins in it's price range.