Surface Pro 4 Pre Order Details – Singapore

Surface Pro 4 Pre Order Details – Singapore

Surface Pro 4 was announced last night and will be available in Singapore starting November 19. Pre orders for Surface Pro 4 will commence starting 7 October on the Microsoft Store. There will be a limited pre-order price period till 18 October 2015.

Courts, Challenger, Harvey Norman and Newstead will also be conducting in-store pre-order programs in the coming weeks. Please check in-stores for more information.

The new Surface Pro 4 is thinner, lighter, and also faster with Intel 6th Generation Skylake processors, but also more expensive. Last year Surface Pro 3 with i5, 128GB SSD was priced at $1,348. This year price of $1,488 sees a 10% increase.

Surface Pro 4 and Accessories Pricing – Singapore

Please note that the following SRP are applicable for limited pre-order price from 7 October – 18 October 2015.

Model Price
128 GB 6th Generation Intel® Core™ M3 with 4 GB of RAM S$1,338
128 GB 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 with 4 GB of RAM S$1,488
256 GB 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 with 8 GB of RAM S$1,938
256 GB 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 with 8 GB of RAM S$2,378
256 GB 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 with 16 GB of RAM S$2,678
512 GB 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 with 16 GB of RAM S$3,278
Type Cover (Black, Blue and Light Blue) S$199
Docking Station S$314
Power Supply S$124
Surface Pen $94
Surface Pen Tip Kit Pack $79
VGA Adaptor $64
HDMI Adaptor $64
Ethernet Adapter 3.0 $64
Surface Pen Tip Kit $14

Surface 4 Pro Tech Specs

Category  Tech Specifications  
Operating System Windows 10 Pro
Dimensions 11.50 x 7.93 x 0.33 in (292.10 x 201.42 x 8.4 mm)
Weight Intel® Core™ m weight: 766 g / Intel® Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 weight: 786 g
Mechanical features Magnesium body, kickstand with full-friction
Screen 12.3-inch PixelSense™ Display
Resolution 2736×1824 (267 ppi)
Battery Up to 9 hours of battery life for video playback
Ports Full-size USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, microSD™ card reader, Stereo headphones/microphone jack

There were other devices announced at the launch, the Surface BookSurface Pro 4, Microsoft Band 2Lumia 950Lumia 950 XL and Lumia 550. For now, only the Surface Pro 4 in Singapore would be coming in November. Local availability for the other devices announced will be shared closer to launch.

2 Replies to “Surface Pro 4 Pre Order Details – Singapore”

  1. Hi Sean,

    Just thought I’d tap your brains regarding the new Lumia 950 phones. You think this would be a good alternative to the iPhone 6s / 6s Plus? (ref.

    I am in the market for a new phone. I have been using Android 4.1.2 on a Galaxy S2 for the past week, read about the issues adjusting from Kit Kat to Lollipop, and just ran into the dreaded “Insufficient Storage” warning (when I have over 10GB left in internal SD card). (That last bit just about ruined any chances that I’ll switch to Samsung S6 running Android v5 or v6.)

    So thought I’d check what you think about the Windows phones. (At least they support WhatsApp and FB Messenger. Not sure about the local news apps like ST App, CNA, Toggle, Bloomberg, etc.)


  2. Hi sChen,

    The new Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL are interesting phones. My interest is piqued by their ability to run Continuum.

    ” Use your Lumia 950 like a PC by connecting it to a bigger screen, keyboard and mouse with Microsoft Display Dock, an optional accessory that enhances the new Windows 10 Continuum experience — and concurrently charges your device. When you’re connected, Windows apps can scale smoothly and display beautifully on the bigger screen, helping you to get things done. Work on a Microsoft Office document, browse the Internet or stream movies for your kids. ”

    On paper specs of the 950 and 950XL are quite similar to the latest Nexus 5X and 6P – Snapdragon 808 / 810, qHD screens, USB-C fast charging, but US pricing is a little high. Not sure how good is the camera performance.

    Third party app support on Windows Phone is still mediocre. For e.g. You can forget about Toggle and would have to watch it through the browser. You do have CNA, Bloomberg, but for e.g. the Straits Times app has not been updated for some time. Microsoft default apps are quite good. You might have to rely on Microsoft’s own reading app, which aggregates content feeds. I guess that’s still the main stumbling block for Windows phone.

    For new phones, Apple fans can’t go wrong with the iPhone 6S Plus, but it’s pricey. Android fans have more options and if external storage is a must, then how about the G4, Mi Note, OnePlus 2, or the Xperia Z5?