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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12 in. - Intel Core m3 Processor/ 4GB RAM/128GB SSD Windows 10 Tablet (Includes 1 Year Warranty, Surface Pen and Type Keyboard)
Tablet Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12 in. - Intel Core m3 Processor/4GB RAM/128GB SSD Windows 10 Tablet (Includes Type Keyboard)

Item #: C72184
Price: $769.00
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Availability as of
4 PM 2/27/2017:
  • Computer Sciences:
    16 available
  • East Campus Mall:
    Not available at this location
  • Health Sciences:
    Not available at this location


Warranty
Yes 1 year

Manufacturer
MICROSOFT

Manufacturer part#
TZ5-00001


Product Specifications

Model Surface Pro 4
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Processor Intel Core m3
Processor Model m3-6Y30
Internal Storage 128 GB
Memory 4 GB
Memory Card Slot MicroSDXC
Screen Size 12.3"
Screen Type PixelSense
Screen Resolution 2736x1824
Video Card Type Integrated
Video Card Intel HD 520
Wifi
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Cellular No
    Bluetooth v 4.0
    Onboard GPS No
    Connections 3.5 mm, Full-size USB, Mini DisplayPort, SurfaceConnect
    Front Facing Camera 5MP
    Rear Facing Camera 8MP
    Dimensions 11.50x7.93x0.33"
    Weight 1.69 lbs without keyboard
    Battery Run Time Up to 9 hours of video playback
    Warranty 1-year limited hardware warranty
    What's In The Box
  • Surface Pro 4
  • Type Keyboard
  • Surface Pen
  • Power supply
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Safety and warranty documents
  • For More Information http://www.microsoft.com

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