The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is a notebook/tablet hybrid built to perform for a mobile workforce. This ebook looks at the Surface Pro 6 specs, who the device affects, and why it matters.
From the ebook:
The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is a notebook/tablet hybrid running Windows 10. With configurations ranging from 128 GB of solid-state storage running an Intel Core i5 CPU ($899) all the way up to 1 TB of storage running an 8th generation Intel Core i7 ($2,299), chances are good that there is a configuration that will work for you and your mobile workforce.
In addition to the preset Surface Pro configurations for storage capacity, RAM, and CPU, the Microsoft Store website allows you to customize your Surface Pro with choices for covers, input devices, docks, and installed software. To keep the machines light in both weight and power usage, only solid-state storage options are available. The Surface Pro 6 has improved technology that allows the device to have a battery life of 13.5 hours.
A Microsoft Surface Pro 6 can be used as a tablet, which takes advantage of its touch screen interface, or as a notebook using the keyboard attachment, which doubles as a cover for the display, or in studio mode, which enables the use of the Surface Pen and Dial. The Surface Pen gives users another interface option, allowing freehand note-taking, sketching, drawing, and painting. The Surface Dial gives users, particularly artists, more control over the input parameters in terms of brush size, style, color, etc., all without leaving the canvas to use the keyboard.