Shortly after Microsoft's launch of the new Surface Pro, the most versatile laptop, Microsoft experts began posting their reviews about the newest hybrid. We have done the research and as the first to pass the thermal requirements from Microsoft and military standards (MIL-STD 810G 516.6 IV) testing, the Rugged Surface Pro may be the perfect fit for your needs.
Exterior Look and Feel
If you are familiar with the Microsoft Surface series preceding the new Surface Pro (Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4), you will immediately recognize the similarities. Actually, it might be difficult to tell your Surface Pro 3 or Surface Pro 4 from the new version in the series. As the saying goes, if it isn't broke don't fix it.
Improvements to the exterior:
- Slightly lighter weight
- Alcantara fabric is available on the upgraded keyboard cover options
- Upgraded Surface Pen, which Microsoft no longer includes
What is on the Inside
While the exterior did not receive major design changes from the previous Surface Pro 4, Microsoft focused on upgrading the interior elements. We reviewed the improvements made to see how they differed from the previous Surface Pro 4.
Improvements to the interior:
- Intel Core processors with several U-series options
- Fanless design
- Webcam that supports Windows Hello
- Better performing battery at over 8 hours of life
Arming your Investment
We live on the mission of productivity anywhere, innovation everywhere. We know you need a tablet that will perform in the environment you work in. This bundle has been tested by an outside resource in military standards (MIL-STD 810G 516.6 IV).
Unlike most rugged cases that can use up to 5 operating units before failing the test, MobileDemand's Rugged Surface Case for the new Surface Pro passed using only one. We are also the first rugged case to pass the thermal testing process for the new Surface Pro.
Check out your options to purchase the Rugged Surface Pro Bundle here