Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price in Singapore & Specifications

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is a tablet that has a IPS 2736 x 1824pixels display with 267ppi. It is powered by a Dual Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 8MP rear camera.The Surface Pro5 comes with 4500mAh of battery capacity and released on 2017. Read more
The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is a tablet that has a IPS 2736 x 1824pixels display with 267ppi. It is powered by a Dual Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 8MP rear camera.The Surface Pro5 comes with 4500mAh of battery capacity and released on 2017. Read more
Screen Size


Operating System

Windows 10

Display Resolution

2736 x 1824pixels



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S$ 1,588.00
S$ 3,299.00

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Cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Price in Singapore is S$ 1,588.00

The Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 5 price in Singapore is S$ 1,588.00 from Lazada. Microsoft Surface Pro 5 price details are updated December 2020.

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Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface Pro 5

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 11.399.000 S$ 1,076.00
Malaysia MYR 2,999.00 S$ 984.00
Philippines PHP 46,811.00 S$ 1,304.00
Singapore SGD 1,588.00 S$ 1,588.00
Vietnam VND 12.500.000 S$ 726.00

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Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs

Screen Size 12.3"
Display Resolution 2736 x 1824pixels
Pixel Density 267ppi
Screen Technology IPS
Operating System Windows 10
Rear Camera 8MP
Video Resolution HD
Front Camera 5MP
Auto Focus Yes
Release Year 2017
Battery Capacity 4500mAh
Battery Type Li-Ion
Weight 770g
Dimensions 292.1 x 201.4 x 8.5mm
Colours Blue
Connector Port Micro USB
Processor Core Dual Core
CPU Speed 1GHz

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Specs and Review in Singapore

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Singapore : The Tablet for Every Business

The Surface Pro 5 or better known as just the New Surface Pro is the must-have tablet for businesses. This tablet fulfils all the demands of mobility and flexibility without having to compromise on usability. Take a look at some of the features that makes the Surface Pro 5 the best partner for your business.

Better Battery Life

Compared to its predecessor, you can expect a 30% boost of battery life from the Surface Pro 5. You can carry out a full work day’s task on the tablet without having to recharge the battery. On full charge, the Surface Pro 5 can last a couple of days without usage.

Pre-installed with New Operating System

The Surface Pro 5 was released in 2017 which was also the year where Microsoft launched their new operating system. As such, the Surface Pro 5 is pre-loaded with the new operating system – Windows 10 RedStone 2. The new OS packs a punch with plenty of new features such as hiding the app list in the Start Menu as well as configure Active Hours which prevents the Surface Pro 5 from any sudden restarts during new updates. Also, the gesture and click detection feature has been upgraded for a smoother navigation.

Make your Workplace Mobile

As the Surface Pro 5 only weighs 0.768kg, it is ultra-light and makes it easy to bring your work wherever you go. With the long battery life and ergonomic design of the tablet, it gives users the confidence while they work away from their desk. On top of that, you can easily transform the Surface Pro 5 into Laptop Mode, Studio Mode or Tablet Mode.

Large Display Screen

The large display of 12.3 inch on the tablet makes it appropriate to be utilised during meetings or group discussions. Its 2736 x 1824 resolution displays every small detail with clarity. The large display screen paired with the 5MP front facing camera and Dolby Audio Premium makes video calls much more enjoyable.

Faster and Smoother Surface Pen

Whether if you’re taking notes during meeting or sketching a graph, the reduced latency on the Surface Pen makes everything much more fluid, smooth, and lifelike. The battery life on the Surface Pen is estimated to be usable for a year with the single AAAA battery even with daily usage. For ease of use, simply attach the Surface Pen to the magnetic side of your Surface Pro 5.

Reviews of Microsoft Surface Pro 5
Reviewed on 2018-01-28
It's a laptop, duh. No really, it is.The long version answer is this: It is Microsoft's take on a premium and ultra-stylish ultraportable. It is relatively portable, weighing around 1.25kg and measuring about 14.47mm thick. It has a keyboard covered with...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-12
PHOTO: HandoutIt seemed so long ago that I first laid my eyes on the Microsoft Surface, the company's first branded laptop that aims to showcase what Windows can do for mobile computing. It was something different, revolutionary even, from the design aest...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-12
PHOTO: HandoutIt seemed so long ago that I first laid my eyes on the Microsoft Surface, the company's first branded laptop that aims to showcase what Windows can do for mobile computing. It was something different, revolutionary even, from the design aest...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-25
Microsoft has been developing operating systems for PCs for over 30 years, but it was only in 2012 that it began making its own PC. That PC was called the Surface. Microsoft's Surface devices have always represented the company's vision for the future of...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-15
The new Surface Pro is familiar because it looks almost similar to the one from 2015. PHOTO: Wilson WongIf you looked at the latest Microsoft Surface Pro for the first time, you might not notice the differences with the previous tablet-laptop hybrid it re...
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Reviewed on 2018-08-07
For many people, the tablet era began in 2010 with the launch of the original 9.7-inch iPad. But tablet devices have a much longer history than that. For example, I recall seeing Bill Gates show off the first prototype Windows tablet at Comdex in Las Vega...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-08
Brilliant display, Excellent keyboard, LTE support,
Price isn't for everyone,
Microsoft's Surface Pro was introduced to the market as a way to merge the portability of a tablet and the power of a notebook. While some compared it directly with Apple's own iPad line, the Surface Pro catered to users looking for more power and computi...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-06
Speedy 4G LTE service from major wireless carriers, SIM and eSIM card support, Sleek, portable design, Top-notch display, Well-designed kickstand and keyboard,
Type Cover and Pen sold separately, Not as many configuration options as the non-LTE version
The new Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE Advanced (starts at $1,149; $1,449 as tested) includes a feature that the Editors' Choice model we reviewed last year lacks: LTE connectivity. This means you can stay online anywhere with this 2-in-1 hybrid tablet. P...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-06
Built-in LTE connectivity, Light, portable design, Battery life that lasts through a workday
Outdated processor, Keyboard is an additional cost, 2-in-1 design isn't for everyone
For the past week or so, I've been using a computer to work from a train, at a park, and in a coffee shop. That's all pretty normal, but what's been unique about this past week is I haven't had to connect to Wi-Fi or bother setting up a hot spot on my pho...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-06
Excellent LTE integration, performance, and controls, Battery life not really affected, Snapdragon X16 and eSIM help "future proof"
Late to market and last gen CPU, No USB TypeC, Still expensive
After an initial launch for businesses in late 2017, the Surface Pro with LTE is coming to retail markets in the U.S., Canada, and Australia starting on May 1st (preorders start March 6)...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-05
The best-in-class Surface Pro keeps all its best features, and adds an LTE antenna for always on internet connectivity
Only two consumer configurations are available with LTE, the excellent keyboard cover and Surface Pen are still sold separately
Editors' note: This is a hands-on review of the new LTE-enabled version of the Surface Pro ($690.00 at A more in-depth look at the current-gen Surface Pro hardware is in our full review.A dedicated mobile data connection used to be a rare lux...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-04
Stellar Battery Life, Solid Build Quality, Windows Hello Camera, Most Models Fan-less without Sacrificing Performance, Terrific for Artists
No Surface Pen Included, Pricey RAM and Storage Options, Price Hikes on All Accessories, If Microsoft hadn't sneakily hiked the cost of getting a complete experience, the 2017 Surface Pro would be the best Windows 2-in-1 for every user. Luckily, great bat...
The 2017 Surface Pro doesn't try to change the formula that made the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Pro 3 such great Windows 2-in-1s. That appears to have been the right call.The 2017 Surface Pro doesn't have a single practical feature that was not in Microsof...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-24
We are almost to the end of yet another wonderfully innovative year in technology. The non-stop innovation of the tech sector has presented us with products and services that deliver more horsepower, lower power consumption, and smaller form factors that...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-24
The Microsoft Surface Pro is the best detachable in our comparison. With its solid processor, a beautiful high-definition display and a detachable design that adapts to your needs in the workplace, it's a smart choice whether you're at your desk all day o...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-10
Superb display, Solid all-around system performance, Fanless and silent, Improved, more flexible kickstand, Excellent battery life, Tablet-like portability, Surface Pen rocks
Keyboard still costs extra despite marketing the Surface Pro as the ultimate laptop, Subpar camera performance, Limited port selection
A funny thing happened as we were evaluating the latest iteration of Microsoft's Surface Pro, a now iconic 2-in-1 that the company describes as " the most versatile laptop, " despite its tablet-first design. A rumor emerged suggesting Microsoft would pha...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-26
The next step was for me to acquire an equivalent Windows 10-based tablet and try making THAT my everyday computer and see how my experiences changed. I picked up the new Surface Pro (2017) model that was priced nearly identical to the iPad Pro 12.9-in de...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-18
Like the Apple iPad, Microsoft have decided the latest devices have no need of a number to indicate which version it is. The fifth iteration of the Surface Pro tablet computer – following on from the Surface Pro 4 Surface Pro 4 Review Surface Pro...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-30
solid, classy design, noiseless, very good battery life (12 - 17 hours), decent camera with support for Windows Hello, very good microphone, bright display with good sRGB coverage, charges in 2 hours, very good performance in short bursts
significant throttling in sustained load scenarios, no USB Type-C, Signature Type Cover (2017) optional, Surface Pen (2017) optional, high price
Olden but golden. Without USB Type-C or Thunderbolt 3, the 2017 model of Microsoft's Surface Pro seems kind of dowdy. Fanless operation we've already seen on Acer's Alpha 12, and unfortunately the device throttles noticeably. Is the only benefit left real...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-29
Excellent software compatibility, Powerful hardware, Stunning screen, Versatile design
Type Cover/Surface Pen cost extra, Heavy for handheld use, Lacking in ports
Microsoft Surface Pro (2017) review: After a hiatus of almost two years Microsoft is returning to the form factor that originally defined the Surface line with a 2017 rendition of the Surface Pro.The company claims to have made a wealth of improvements ov...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-11
Silent, fanless design, One of the most flexible, well-built 2-in-1s you can buy, New alcantara fabric keyboard is pleasant, if a little trendy, Improved battery life, Beautiful screen, The optional Surface Pen is more sensitive than ever,
Not great if you work on your lap or on a couch, Only a single USB port, The proprietary charger is a bummer, The front camera is aimed too high, Expensive at $1,000+ for mid-tier models, Why isn't the keyboard included
It's been five years since Microsoft's first debuted the Surface tablet. At the time, a slim slate that could also replace your laptop was a crazy idea. But the thinking around that concept-and the PC industry-has changed so much in the intervening years...
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