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Cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Price in Malaysia is RM 3,360.30

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 4 price in Malaysia is RM 3,360.30 from Amazon. You can also choose between different Microsoft Surface Pro 4 variants with 128GB Black starting from RM 3,360.30 and 512GB Silver Intel i7 at RM 7,350.00. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 price details are updated January 2019.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 6,408.00 RM 3,361.00
Indonesia IDR 6.600.000 RM 1,915.00
Malaysia MYR 3,360.30 RM 3,360.00
Philippines PHP 31,140.00 RM 2,442.00
Singapore SGD 1,107.20 RM 3,360.00
Thailand THB 37,990 RM 4,924.00
Vietnam VND 16.126.000 RM 2,857.00

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Specs

Screen Size 12.3"
Display Resolution 2736 x 1824PX
Pixel Density 267ppi
Screen Technology IPS
Multi-touch Yes
Scratch Resistant No
Resolution Back 8MP
Auto Focus Yes
Video Resolution HD
Resolution Front 5MP
Memory Type DDR3
Battery Capacity 5547mAh
Talk Time 9h
Battery Type Li-Polymer
Processor Core Dual Core
Processor Speed 2.4GHz
Bit Architecture 64BIT
Weight 780g
Colours Black
Dimensions 292 x 201.4 x 8.4mm
Storage 128GB
Release Year 2015
Operating System Windows 10
Connector Port USB-A 3.0
Streaming Standard WiDi
DLNA Certified Yes
Radio No
Navigation No
Bluetooth Yes
4G No
3G Yes
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11ac
Type of Speaker Stereo
Built-in Microphone Yes

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Reviews, Features, and Specs

MODEL Cheapest Price
Lenovo MIIX 510 RM 2,382.20
Samsung Note 5 64GB RM 2,259.00
Lenovo Yoga 910 RM 4,879.50
HP Spectre X360 RM 3,429.00
Apple iPad Pro RM 2,700.00

Incredible Performance with Intel Core processors on the Surface Pro 4

The Surface Pro 4 line of Windows tablets come in several different configurations, starting from a baseline model with very simple specifications to a premium model with higher-end specifications. The lowest base-line model starts with an Intel Core M3-6Y30 processor that is paired with 4 GB of RAM and an internal solid state drive (SSD) storage of only 128 GB. Moving up to the mid-range specification models, the processor gets to an Intel Core i5-6300U that is paired with either 8 GB or 16 GB of RAM and either 256 GB or 512 GB of SSD internal storage.

Going up the higher-end specifications of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 sees the utilization of the powerful Intel Core i7-6650U processor, with a generous amount of RAM in either 8 GB or 16 GB. For storage, users can choose between 256 GB, 512 GB, or a massive 1024 GB of SSD.

Fuller Computing Power, Better Convenience

Not only is the Surface Pro 4 incredibly powerful, but it is also thinner than its competitor's MacBook line of laptops. Even with the beautiful 12.3-inch PixelSense display, the Surface Pro 4 is incredibly light at under a kilogram (766 grams), making it easy to carry around to your work or school where you will require the full performance of a computer.

The Surface Pro 4 also features a multi-position kickstand that is adjustable to suit several different viewing angles to achieve proper comfort whether you are using it on your lap or using it on your desk. The Surface Pro 4 can also be used with the Surface Type Cover to bring even more functionality to the tablet, allowing it to function even more like an ultraportable laptop.

Like its predecessor, the Surface Pro 4 comes with the superior Surface Pen. The Surface Pen stylus now has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and literally zero lag between the Surface Pen and the display, just like a real pen on real paper. With the Surface Pro 4, you can now utilize the advantages of both a laptop and a tablet in one same device.

Work All Day

The Surface Pro 4 has an incredible battery life of up to 9 hours. This allows you to work and play all day long without interruption. Bring the surface out to work all day, and recharge only at the end of the day.

Reviews of Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Reviewed on 2018-01-07
Improved system performance, Battery life improved over previous model, Keyboard cover has decent typing experience, Iris scanner works great for Windows Hello, Bright and high resolution display
Expensive when compared to similar competitor machines, Lack of modern I/O
I have always been in awe with Microsoft's Surface Pro laptops back in the early days, where most Windows laptops were barely on par with its quality, I even commended its bold efforts in challenging Apple's iPad and MacBook Air, the claim of replacing a...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-21
1 / 10 The new Surface Pro is powered by Intel's newest seventh generation Kaby Lake Core processor and features a 12.3-inch PixelSense display with a 3:2 aspect ratio and a display resolution of 2,736 x 1,824 pixels...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-16
Masses of power, A joy to type on, Wonderful screen, Great battery life
Too pricey for the top-spec models, Lack of ports may frustrate some
Confession: when the new Surface Pro was announced back in May I was distinctly underwhelmed.I'd fully expected a new Surface Pro 5 to land with a planet-splitting, subsonic boom; my fevered little imagination had equipped it with a 5K screen, a Type Cove...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-04
Performance, Features
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 was a rousing success, with a majority of users even recommending it to people who are on the fence about springing the money for one. The next iteration of the Surface Pro then is expected to have more bells and whistles. Does i...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-21
Improved Surface Pen and Type Cover, Slightly improved performance over the Surface Pro 3, Bigger screen, thinner body, The Notsogood, Type Cover is still not bundled in, Mediocre battery life, Score, 95%, Design, 80%, Value, 90%, Performance, 89%, Total...
The past year or so have seen many trying to imitate Microsoft's Surface formula. From Lenovo to HP to Samsung, everyone is trying to cut themselves a slice of the 2-in-1 pie by creating a small form tablet that can be used as a laptop by attaching a keyb...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-12
When Microsoft announced the original Surface Pro, it caused quite a flutter among the company's hardware partners such as Acer, Dell, HP and Lenovo who had never expected to see the software giant to compete directly with them. Now after four generations...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-28
Excellent build quality, type cover is handy, Surface Pen senses pressure and is great for drawing, pricey
Some niggling issues which Microsoft has yet to fix, Type Cover is an optional extra
I HAVE always found that when Microsoft makes its own hardware, it almost always gets it right. Whether keyboards, mice or gaming console, they have been great products.You may be wondering about the Lumia devices but they are let down mostly by the opera...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-24
When you step in the shoes that were once filled by Bill Gates, you better hope that you fulfill your role. Steve Ballmer unfortunately took upon the intimidating task and his reign lasted a good 13 years. A robust character, Ballmer excelled in his early...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-04
Thinner and lighter than the Surface Pro 3, Display is larger and crisper than before, Performance rivals full-fledged notebooks, Upgraded Surface Pen works exceedingly well
Only one USB port, Type Cover keyboard still not included, Smaller battery capacity
The Surface Pro 4 may look a lot like the Surface Pro 3 , but it enters quite a different market than its predecessor did slightly over a year ago. Back then, Microsoft still had a lot to prove. The parade of flawed and unpopular iterations that came befo...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-26
Fantastic screen, Even better keyboard and stylus, Impeccably fast processor
Continuum was supremely buggy, The Windows Store is still short on apps, Cortana often falls on its face
Before last year's Surface Pro 3 , owning and using a Microsoft-made product was too often like paying the gas bill or filing your tax return. Something you did out of necessity, with a heavy heart and a furrowed brow.Then something weird happened. The Su...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-07
The Microsoft Surface Pro is a 2-in-1 tablet/notebook hybrid device that runs full Windows; and for those who remembered, actually didn't sell very well the first time round in 2013. (The disaster that was Windows 8 didn't help.) But times have changed. P...
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Reviewed on 2018-08-07
For many people, the tablet era began in 2010 with the launch of the original 9.7-inch iPad. But tablet devices have a much longer history than that. For example, I recall seeing Bill Gates show off the first prototype Windows tablet at Comdex in Las Vega...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
The Core i7-7660U, 16GB RAM, 512GB Samsung SSD configuration we tested performed almost as well as the latest iPad Pro on GeekBench 4, with respective scores of 9,296 and 9,290. Against Windows-based machines, this top-end Pro does particularly well, too,...
Minimal redesign leaves out USB-C and Thunderbolt options. The Surface Pen stylus is no longer included by default, and new keyboard covers are more expensive than ever. Still not great for lap use, The Microsoft team has highlighted the fact that it's fo...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 (left) and Surface Pro 4It's more expensive than its predecessor, but Microsoft has pretty much gone to town when it comes to improvements and upgrades. Although this is the entry-level price, you can spend up to a whopping f...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-20
Updated Sept. 20: A U.K. shopping site has leaked prices and configurations of the Surface Pro (2017) with LTE. See " Price and release date " below for more details.With the the Surface Pro (2017), Microsoft has rebooted its flagship Surface product, one...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-11
Nice design, Easy installation
Price can be a bit steep
It's been a while since we've last reviewed a wood cover from Toast. It wasn't until they announced that they were making one for the Microsoft Surface Pro that I just had to get my hands on the skin to see how it looks on my Surface Pro. Our Toast revie...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-09
elegant and high-quality materials, very good build, absolutely noiseless, low weight, long battery life, very good screen (viewing angle stable, high color space coverage), attractive pricing, solid system performance for everyday tasks, good camera mod...
very conservative thermal limits (62°C), highly reflective screen, no USB Type C, no upgrade options, very expensive accessories, no other hardware combinations possible
Affordable Surface! Although it is already the second half of 2017, Microsoft presents the latest Surface based on a frugal Core m3 processor with connectivity that is still in need of reworking. Find out in this review whether the long battery life and t...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-06
Great Battery Life, Accessory options, Display, Speakers
Price, Same design as Surface Pro 4, Pen not included, Missing USB Type-C port
If there's one thing Microsoft is good at other than coming out with game systems and Windows OS, it's the Surface family. Every year the company comes out with the next generation of the Surface Pro series and there's a bit of change to it on the inside...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-24
silent without load, very good input devices for a convertible
strong throttling of CPU and GPU under constant load, rare reboots
Close, but not quite close enough. We were happy to learn that the Iris graphics card is awake and alert despite SoC-throttling. The Microsoft Surface Pro (2017) cannot be considered a "gamer" however, nor is it a full laptop replacement: Just like in the...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-24
silent without load, very good input devices for a convertible
strong throttling of CPU and GPU under constant load, rare reboots
Close, but not quite. We were happy to learn that the Iris graphics card is awake and alert despite SoC throttling. The Microsoft Suface Pro (2017) cannot be considered a "gamer" however, nor is it a full a laptop replacement: Just like in the i5 version...
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