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Microsoft Malaysia launches the Surface Pro 4

By Bryan Chan - on 19 Nov 2015, 3:11pm

Microsoft Malaysia launches the Surface Pro 4

From (L-R, rear):Michal Golebiewski, Chief Marketing & Operations Officer, Microsoft Malaysia and Bruce Howe, General Manager, Consumer Channel Group, Microsoft Malaysia, and (L-R, front) Delwin Cheah with his father, Lawrence Cheah.

Howe and Golebiewski, with Muhammad Fakhrul Akmal, a graffiti artist who uses the Surface Pro 4 to sketch his designs before actual painting them.

Last month, we reported about how the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 could be pre-ordered on Lazada. Today, Microsoft Malaysia has officially launched the device here in Malaysia. As mentioned, there will be six different SKUs in Malaysia. Below is the breakdown:

Specifications Price (RM)
Core M / 128GB / 4GB RAM, with Pen 3,999
Core i5 / 128GB / 4GB RAM, with Pen 4,449
Core i5 / 256GB / 8GB RAM, with Pen 5,799
Core i7 / 256GB / 8GB RAM, with Pen 7,099
Core i7 / 256GB / 16GB RAM, with Pen 8,049
Core i7 / 512GB / 16GB RAM, with Pen  9,799

Regardless of which variant you purchase, each Surface Pro 4 will come with a silver Surface Pen. Here's a full list of accessories available for the Surface Pro 4:

Item Price
Type Cover (black, bright blue, blue) 529
Power Supply 36W (for variants other than the Core M variant) 319
Docking Station 789
Pen (silver, black, blue, red) 259
Pen Tip Kit 44
Pen Tip Kit Pack (50 kits) 214

All variants of the Surface Pro 4 have a 12.3-inch PixelSense Display that features a resolution of 2,736 x 1,824 at a density of 267 pixels per inch, and a 1300:1 contrast ratio with 100 percent sRGB color.

At 292.10 x 201.42 x 8.4 mm and 766g (Core M variant) the Surface Pro 4 is thinner and lighter than any prior Surface.

To showcase the capabilities of the Surface Pro 4, we were shown how two very talented individuals – Muhammad Fakhrul Akmal, a grafitti artist who goes by the nickname of Mile09, and Delwin Cheah, a young savant artist - used the Surface Pro 4 when drawing. Akmal sketches his design and uploads them to One Drive before actually painting, while Cheah uses the Surface Pro 4 as his primary sketching platform. 

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