Microsoft Surface Pro 5

Microsoft Surface Pro 5

Microsoft Surface Pro 5

Fortunately, the chip-making giant has recently initiated the mass-production of its latest processor, which means that the launch of the Surface Pro 5 could be closer than you think. While the promotion is only expected to last until February 4, it still feels weird without a paired discount for its less powerful brother.

This week's sale is at the Microsoft Store, of course, and as with the sale I mentioned earlier this week, it's nearly certainly part of an inventory drill-down in preparation for a coming new Surface Pro product.

Next, you need to choose a Surface Pro 4 model that is on sale.

The increasing discounts have been seen as a sign that Microsoft may already be on the brink of releasing their highly awaited new Surface device.

The past is certainly a very interesting indicator of what will happen in the future, and based on previous Surface Pro model release dates, we might just narrow down as to when the Surface Pro 5 release date would be.

In the market for a Surface Pro 4? Rumors have suggested that the upcoming 2-in-1 device could potentially sport a 4K resolution display screen which will no doubt represent as a positive step-up compared to the display sported on the Surface Pro 4. The recent news, coupled with all of the sales, has led everyone to believe that the Surface Pro 5 will be released sooner than expected.

Rumors about the release date of Microsoft's latest 2-in-1 tablet PC, the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, still continue to proliferate online amidst the lack of any official announcement from the company. After all, the Surface Pro family of devices had always taken pride in being the high end tablet hybrid where Windows 10-powered devices are concerned. And why not? After all, it runs on Intel's Core i7 processors in the past, which would clearly place it at desktop performance levels while you are on the move. Perhaps at this year's press event in October?