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Cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price in Malaysia is RM 3,949.00

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 5 price in Malaysia is RM 3,949.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Microsoft Surface Pro 5 variants with 128GB Black starting from RM 3,999.00 and 256GB Black at RM 5,068.00. Microsoft Surface Pro 5 price details are updated February 2019.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface Pro 5

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 10.839.000 RM 3,136.00
Malaysia MYR 3,949.00 RM 3,949.00
Philippines PHP 58,500.00 RM 4,565.00

News about Microsoft Surface Pro 5

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Recently, Microsoft made headlines as a spokesperson from the company spilled the latest Surface Pro’s launch date which is going to be on December 1, 2017. It is supposed to be revealed by the head of Microsoft’s Surface division, Panos Panay, on October 31 during the company’s Future Decoded event in London. However, the Microsoft spokesperson during the Ignite 2017 conference in Florida inadvertently revealed the launch date. Not to mention, the representative mentioned that the LTE version of the Surface Pro is already listed on the online storefront of Microsoft UK.

Microsoft Surface is one of the most successful hybrid tablets that managed to deliver top notch performance despite the handy packaging. That’s why the Surface Book series from Microsoft has become a device to watch out for. For the case of Surface Book 2, it seems like fans will be disappointed, not because of its performance but because of its release date. It seems like we’ll be waiting a little longer to get our hands on the Surface Book 2.

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs

Screen Size 12.3"
Display Resolution 2736 x 1824PX
Pixel Density 267ppi
Scratch Resistant No
Screen Technology IPS
Multi-touch Yes
Resolution Back 8MP
Auto Focus Yes
Video Resolution HD
Resolution Front 5MP
Memory Type DDR4
Battery Capacity 4500mAh
Talk Time 13h
Battery Type Li-Ion
Processor Core Dual Core
Processor Speed 1GHz
Bit Architecture 64BIT
Weight 770g
Colours Blue
Dimensions 292.1 x 201.4 x 8.5mm
Release Year 2017
Operating System Windows 10
Radio No
Navigation No
Bluetooth Yes
4G No
3G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11g
Streaming Standard WiDi
Connector Port Micro USB
DLNA Certified No
Built-in Microphone Yes
Type of Speaker Stereo

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Review, Specs, and Features in Malaysia

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Malaysia: The Business-Centric Tablet to Look Out For

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5, also known as the Surface Pro 5, is a must-have tablet for business professionals as it comes with many business-focused features. Firstly, the tablet fulfils all the demands of mobility and flexibility of a businessperson's busy daily routine without having to compromise on usability. Take a look at the features that make the Surface Pro 5 the best affiliate for your business.

Work Wherever You Are

Weighing only 0.768kg, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is ultra-light and makes it convenient for you to stay productive wherever you go. Supported by its long battery life and an ergonomic design, the Surface Pro 5 gives users the confidence to work away from their desk. On top of that, you can easily transform the Surface Pro 5 into Laptop Mode, Studio Mode or Tablet Mode to suit the different conditions that you might be working in.

Large Display Screen

The Surface Pro 5 boasts a large 12.3-inch which makes it the perfect device for meetings or group discussions. Its 2736 x 1824 resolution displays every small detail with clarity and colours are accurately reproduced as well. The large display screen paired with the 5MP front-facing camera and Dolby Audio Premium makes video calls much more enjoyable.

New Operating System Onboard

The Surface Pro 5 was released in 2017, the same year in which Microsoft launched its new operating system. As such, the Surface Pro 5 is pre-loaded with the newest operating system – the Windows 10 RedStone 2. This new OS packs a punch with plenty of new features and added functions such as the ability to hide the app list in the Start Menu as well as configure Active Hours which prevents the Surface Pro 5 from any sudden restarts during new updates which might interrupt your workflow. Also, the gesture and click detection feature has been upgraded to provide smoother navigation.

Faster and Smoother Surface Pen

Whether you’re taking notes during a meeting or sketching a graph, the reduced latency on the Surface Pen makes everything much more fluid, smooth, and lifelike. The battery life on the Surface Pen is estimated to be usable for a year with the single AAAA battery even with moderate to heavy usage on a daily basis. There is also a magnetic side on the Surface Pro 5 that you can attach the Surface Pen to, which is handy if you use the Surface Pen frequently.

Improved Battery Life

Compared to its predecessor, you can expect a 30% boost of battery life from the Surface Pro 5. You can carry out a full work day’s task on the tablet without having to recharge the battery. On a full charge, the Surface Pro 5 can last a couple of days without usage.

Reviews of Microsoft Surface Pro 5
Reviewed on 2013-09-26
The Surface Pro has the same VaporMg frame found in its RT-equipped sibling, though with some slight modifications. For instance, it is slightly thicker, mainly to accommodate the more potent innards. You will also notice a small slit that runs throughout...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Touch Cover is great – excellent material and build quality, doubles as a cover and a very good keyboard, might I add, Turns head in public – Hybrid tablet / laptop device is a great idea and I get so many people asking me if it's a Surface and what I tho...
Too thick and heavy – for a tablet for sure, and even for a laptop especially with so many ultrabooks and Macbook Air in the market today, Expensive price tag – RM 2,449 is way too pricey to be competitive (against the iPad or other mid to high end laptop...
This device is a loaned review unit from Microsoft Malaysia*In June 2012, Microsoft unveiled a new line of laptop and tablet hybrid devices running on their latest Windows 8 OS which is optimised for touchscreen use with various swipes and gesture contro...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-12
Extremely good build quality, Good performance (fast CPU, SSD, USB 3.0), Supports digital pen input, Option to choose between two keyboards, Acts as the reference hybrid Win 8 device for other brands to measure against
Subpar battery performance, Clunky to use as a tablet, Lack of Wintab drivers for digital pen, Couple of software issues still present (WiFi bug, desktop scaling issue), Not as easy to use on the lap
The Microsoft Surface tablet probably needs no lengthy introduction from us. Announced in June last year, Microsoft's very own tablet lineup consists of two models: Surface RT and Surface Pro. The former runs the Windows RT operating system, the latter Wi...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-01
Before we begin, let us clarify one very important fact: Microsoft Surface Pro is not officially available in Malaysia just yet nor it will be launched at the official Malaysian launch of Surface RT later this month . There might be some possibilities tha...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-06
Speedy 4G LTE service from major wireless carriers, SIM and eSIM card support, Sleek, portable design, Top-notch display, Well-designed kickstand and keyboard
Type Cover and Pen sold separately, Not as many configuration options as the non-LTE version
The new Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE Advanced (starts at $1,149; $1,449 as tested) includes a feature that the Editors' Choice model we reviewed last year lacks: LTE connectivity. This means you can stay online anywhere with this 2-in-1 hybrid tablet. P...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-22
Tablets with detachable keyboards are an established segment of the mobile device market...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-28
I come bearing glad tidings. After decades of OEM malaise, a constant parroting of the speeds and feeds mantra, and an aesthetic that was formulated in the back room of a dingy Staples office supply store, the PC is really back.In short, the Surface Pro i...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-19
Very good screen quality, Very fast system speed, Consumer testers really liked the design and feel
Fairly heavy for its size, Subpar sound quality, Slightly small screen for its size
Touted as a laptop in tablet form, this Windows 8 unit comes complete with a detachable keyboard dock, stylus pen, and colored case that acts as a kickstand. You can run the full versions of programs that you would use on any laptop (like Word or Excel)...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-23
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus Share This Article comments Microsoft claims its new Surface Pro tablet is powerful enough to replace your laptop for everyday computing tasks. Can that really be true? We put it to the test in our Surface Pro han...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Solidfeeling design, Great 1080p display, Good performance
Poor battery life, Noisy, annoying fan, Unoptimized experiences
It's a compelling proposition: all the power and application compatibility of a laptop running a proper desktop operating system, all the portability and convenience of a tablet, all mixed together in one package. That's the core idea behind Microsoft's S...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
What is a PC? When you're reviewing the Microsoft Surface Pro, asking yourself that question is practically obligatory. After all, when the device launched nearly five months ago, Windows 8 was still new, and the idea of a tablet that's every bit as produ...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
However, this changed in 2012 when Amazon and Google undercut the iPad, creating their cheaper and smaller Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 devices. Competition heated up even more when Microsoft announced its Surface Pro Windows 8 tablet , and then again when Goo...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-24
Bright and vibrant touchscreen, full Windows 8 OS compatibility, good performance
Bulky and heavy for a tablet, shorter battery life than the Surface RT, Microsoft Office isn't preloaded
MICROSOFT'S WINDOWS 8 operating system (OS) hasn't been met with the best response since its launch last October, which was confirmed by Acer, one of the industry's largest computer makers, when it said earlier this month that it was "a disappointment to ...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-12
Very good tablet performance, High contrast and bright display, Multi-touch + pen entry, Very good case quality, Integrated display support (kickstand), USB 3.0 + DisplayPort, Magnetic power connection, Power supply with USB port
Available storage capacity (64GB version), Cooling fan is clearly audible when utilized, Heavy weight, Low camera resolution, Moderate battery life
Microsoft's Surface Pro is able to support a full-fledged version of Windows 8 thanks to the fact that is uses conventional x86 based hardware as opposed to the Microsoft Surface RT . The advantages are abundantly obvious: Windows compatible software ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-30
The Surface Pro is a well-engineered device, and an awesome first attempt from Microsoft at meshing a PC with a tablet experience. It needs work in a few areas, and it is a bit pricey, but overall an excellent device.The Surface Pro is a well-engineered d...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-28
Gorgeous high-end hardware, Largest application ecosystem of any tablet operating system, Faster than any ARM-based tablet, Huge hardware compatibility ecosystem, More enterprise & business features than any other tablet (Active Directory support, Bitloc...
5 hour battery life is less than many low-power tablets, Intel Core i5 CPU generates some heat when under heavy use, Maximum RAM option is only 4Gb, Maximum SSD storage option is only 128Gb (with around 89Gb available at first boot.), Stylus drivers don'...
There are two ways to look at the Surface Pro. You can either compare it to the other “consumer” style tablets out there which are generally considered smartphone-type devices with larger screens, or you can compare it to professional “ultrabooks” out the...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-07
Excellent performance thanks to top of the line hardware, A full Windows 8 experience without any compromises, Solid build with simplistic and elegant design, Endless possibilities for productivity depending on how it's used
Poor battery life, Can be heavy for some people, 150% scaling in desktop mode makes nonoptimized apps look terrible
OverviewLet me be honest with you: Before I tried it, my expectations for the Microsoft Surface Pro were very low. I was unimpressed with Windows Phone 8, and equally disappointed with the Surface RT tablet, mainly due to the lack of apps.So how does the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-04
The tablet market doesn't look very different than it did a year ago from the perspective of who's doing well and who's not. And yet quite a bit has changed in the last twelve months. Apple is still the undisputed leader with an astounding 58 million iPad...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-18
The Surface Pro from Microsoft, is a representation of an ideology shift by a company that over the years has been adamant about stay out of the hardware business. But with increasing pressure from the dominance of Apple's iPad and Google's ever encroachi...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-15
Excellent build quality, Display is extremely bright
Only one USB port, Type Cover is terrible and overpriced, Heavy and thick for a tablet, Below-average endurance, Runs slightly warm, Poor value
Don't be fooled by Microsoft's stodgy reputation. The company is an innovator willing to take huge risks on its most popular products. Vista, Xbox, Office's ribbon interface, Kinect – all of these were huge risks that (eventually) paid off. Now, Microsoft...
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