The Surface Pro LTE powered by Intel Core i5 lands on December 1
At the Ignite 2017 session, Microsoft announced it would launch the Surface Pro LTE on December 1, so it looks like we have a lot to look forward to this winter. The company initially revealed the new Surface Pro back in May and that was also the first time it announced that an LTE edition would be made available soon.
The Surface Pro LTE is powered an Intel Core i5 CPU
Microsoft didn’t say anything else about the LTE model of the Surface Pro from May when it announced that its launch is getting closer. Earlier this month, the LTE model was spotted ready for preorder on a UK retailer, and it also featured a release date that was scheduled for this December.
The retailer is Misco, and it recently listed two models on preorder both of them equipped with an Intel Core i5 CPU, and the only differences were in the total amount of available storage space and RAM. The first model comes loaded with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space, and it was listed at £1,132.80 with VAT. The other one will sport 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and it will cost £1,402.80 with VAT.
The LTE Surface Pro will only be available with the two Core i5 variants of the Surface Pro and this news lines up with what was listed by the same UK retailer.
Rumor has it that Microsoft might launch the LTE Surface Pro at its Future Decoded forthcoming event. So, the company might use the future event as a venue for an official announcement regarding the Surface Pro with LTE. For now, we can’t do anything else than just sit and wait and see what the Future Decoded event will bring when it takes place at the end of October when it’s scheduled.
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