We have been hearing rumors that Microsoft was working on yet another new Surface for quite some time but we didn’t actually expect that there will be actually two of them. One being the Surface Book 2-in-1 convertible laptop and then there’s this: the Surface Pro 4, which is a much more traditional product when it comes to the Surface family.
The CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella calls it the digital clipboard that turns into a powerful laptop, while the company claims it to be the “ultimate laptop”. Undeniably, it is indeed pretty much the star of Microsoft’s Windows 10 devices event in New York last night. So, here it is: say hello to the new Microsoft Surface Book.
Freshly announced at Microsoft’s special Windows 10 Devices event few hours ago, the company resumes its Surface journey with two new devices under the family including Surface Pro 4 which features slimmer physique and more powerful hardware. Interestingly, it is coming to Malaysia real soon.
Microsoft has announced the Surface Pro 4, complete with the expected Windows 10 and sixth generation Intel Core processor. The company is claiming that it is 30-percent faster than its predecessor, which is a substantial jump in performance considering that the internals do not appear to be that much more improved.
Hot off the heels of an XcodeGhost malware that infected over 40 popular Chinese apps, security firm, Palo Alto Networks, recently discovered yet another malware for iOS devices called YiSpecter. The malware exploit private APIs in iOS, and affects mostly users in China and Taiwan. Apple says that they are aware of the issue, and it has already been resolved in iOS 8.4.
Since these products already appeared in SIRIM’s database, it is usually only a matter of time before they are unveiled to Malaysian consumers. In the case of ASUS ZenPad 8.0, the tablet is apparently available in our shores today according to ASUS Malaysia‘s authorized distributor, Dynamics Distribution.