Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Price in Singapore is S$ 1,150.00

The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Microsoft Surface Pro 6 price in Singapore is S$ 1,150.00 from Shopee. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 price details are updated January 2021.

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Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface Pro 6

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 5,916.06 S$ 1,015.00
Indonesia IDR 12.870.000 S$ 1,215.00
Malaysia MYR 3,399.00 S$ 1,120.00
Philippines PHP 52,171.26 S$ 1,445.00
Singapore SGD 1,150.00 S$ 1,150.00
Vietnam VND 16.990.000 S$ 977.00

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Specs

Screen Size 12.3"
Screen Resolution 2736 x 1824pixels
OS Windows 10
Battery Life 13h
Weight 0.77kg
Body Material Aluminium
Storage Type SSD
Graphic Card Intel® UHD Graphics 620
Connector Ports
USB 3.0 No
USB Type-C Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
Thunderbolt No
Card Reader Yes
DisplayPort Yes
Webcam Resolution HD
Touch Screen Yes
Fingerprint Reader No
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reviews of Microsoft Surface Pro 6
Reviewed on 2019-05-03
It wasn't always this way. We used to only have the Surface Pro available to us. And then early last year, Microsoft finally relented and brought the Surface Laptop to our market. A year on, we finally have the full Surface line-up of mobile computing dev...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-27
Very compact, very light, Very functional design, Excellent battery life, Type Cover keyboard is excellent
No Thunderbolt 3 / USB TypeC, Pen and keyboard are extras
Earlier this month, Microsoft sent a couple of Surface devices my way. The Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, and Surface Go where all excellent devices, each one serving different purposes. I'll start off my review of the trio with the Surface Pro 6.Just l...
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Reviewed on 2019-02-07
As the saying goes, don't fix it if it ain't broke.Microsoft seems to think everything is swell with its Surface Pro tablet because the latest sixth iteration is indistinguishable to the previous version.It has the same successful kickstand design, wh...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-06
Very attractive design, Wellbuilt and robust, Comfortable keyboard deck, Great performance
No USB TypeC, Still at 7th generation Intel processors
The Microsoft Surface Laptop arrived last year, the fourth type of Windows hardware from Microsoft. It's been something that many users have been looking forward to every since Microsoft started making their own hardware, beginning with the Surface tablet...
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Reviewed on 2019-07-31
The debate between the Surface Pro vs. iPad has been raging for a few years now. This comparison is going to focus on the two hybrids as mobile productivity devices.My use case is this: I need a device that lets me write articles, review contracts, do lig...
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Reviewed on 2019-06-02
Microsoft's Surface Pro is the ideal Windows tablet, and is the one you should buy if you're looking for that kind of thing, but is a missed opportunity for Microsoft to demonstrate with Windows that it can do what Apple does for complete operating system...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-12
Ever since 2012, I've always wanted a Microsoft Surface. One of my dorm mates had one and I just thought it was the most amazing device ever, but since it was so new, I was apprehensive (also very poor because broke college student). 7 years later, I'm re...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-20
Buyers looking for premium Windows laptops today have plenty of choices; every few months sees some splashy launch of a new high-end PC. Ultrabooks have become the standard design for most premium Windows laptops, and they represent the best of what compa...
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Reviewed on 2018-12-30
One of the best 2-in-1 designs, Ability to use the device as a laptop at any angle, Laptop functionality with the Type Cover, Great battery life
Steep pricing, Last-gen internals, Need to purchase the Type Cover and other accessories separately, Photos by Gaurav Rajput, ShareTweet, Facebook Comments
The Surface Pro is what could be called as minimalistic design taken to its logical extreme. Weighing at less than 800g, the device is extremely thin as well, with its frame measuring 8.3mm. At the outside, it just sports a Microsoft logo and a versatile...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-19
Vivid display, Solid battery life, Black color looks sleek,
No Thunderbolt 3 or USB Type-C, Storage is slower than competitors, Type Cover costs extra
For a few years now, Microsoft's Surface Pro line has has held its own as the best detachable 2-in-1. The Surface Pro 6 continues that trend but without much fanfare. The tablet ($899 / £879 to start, $1,428.98 / £1,373.98 as tested) has a new black color...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-30
fanless design, all-day battery life (9h), very decent input devices for a convertible, sturdy and classy design, decent camera with face detection, very good microphone, bright display with full sRGB coverage, charges in two hours, high performance for...
massive throttling under load (25 %), slow 128 GB SSD, no USB-C, Signature Type Cover (2017) optional, Surface Pen (2017) optional, high price
Whisper quiet. The i5 model without a fan is slower than the i7 model, and its battery life is not much better. In return, it is completely silent and significantly cheaper. Is this the mainstream tablet for everyone...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-29
laptop-like performance, fan noise is quiet under load, full working day's battery life, impressive input devices for a convertible, well-built, contemporary design, good cameras, Windows Hello support, decent microphone, bright display, high sRGB colour...
no USB Type-C, Signature Type Cover (2017) remains an additional purchase, as does the Surface Pen (2017), expensive
Full power with four cores. Microsoft has updated to the Surface Pro series with quad-core Kaby Lake Refresh processors, but how well will these chips cope within an 8.5-mm thick tablet? Will these more powerful processors affect the battery life, and has...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-19
Microsoft is in a bit of a unique place in the PC space compared to other manufacturers. Other than Apple, Microsoft is the only company that controls both the hardware and software sides, and when the Surface lineup launched way back in 2012, Microsoft's...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-17
The fastest Surface yet, Screen is a big improvement, Still the best tablet keyboard around, Battery life is better than before, Black case option is a nice change of pace
No major design changes, Performance hasn't changed much since last year
Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 is the ideal hybrid tablet. It's a slate that can run all of the Windows apps you need, and together with its keyboard cover, it can also serve as a solid ultraportable laptop. But honestly, the same was true for last year's Surf...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-16
The Surface Pro 6's jump to new quad-core processors pays off in big performance gains. The new black color option looks cool. Still the best kickstand and keyboard for Windows tablets
Be ready to shell out extra for the keyboard cover, stylus and even for the new matte black design. CPU and color aside, it's a very minimal upgrade over the previous version
The Surface Pro has proven to be a tough act to follow. Microsoft has been the two-in-one standard bearer for the past several years, as successive generations of Surface Pro became the default idea of what a Windows tablet/laptop hybrid should be. But it...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-16
New CPU is substantially more powerful, Improved battery life; runs cooler, Black is awesome, Excellent build quality and design
No TypeC or Thunderbolt 3, No LTE option (yet), Odd pricing levels
The Surface Pro is entering its sixth year in existence, so it seems relevant for a "Surface Pro 6 model" to match. While the older numbering system for the name has returned, the hardware remains mostly the same as 2017's Surface Pro, now dubbed the Surf...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-16
Speedy new eighth-generation Intel processor, Premium feel, Sleek all-black color option, Brilliant display, Well-implemented kickstand
Minimal changes from previous model, Keyboard sold separately, Not ideal for in-lap use, Somewhat restrictive configuration combinations, Limited ports
Microsoft's Surface line broke the mold when it burst onto the scene in 2013, delivering on the vision of a streamlined transformable laptop-tablet hybrid running the full Windows operating system. And each iteration has seen only minor changes—you can't...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-16
Quad-core performance inside a lightweight tablet, Mostly silent operation, Matte black finish
Still no USB-C ports, Dated design, Lapability still not ideal
Microsoft's Surface Pro has long been the flagship of the company's increasingly diverse range of Surface hardware. It's the tablet that can also be a laptop, and the byproduct of refinement since the original Surface RT that launched six years ago. When...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-16
Quad-core 8th-gen Core chip adds a performance bump, Core i5 model does away with the fan, Battery life improves somewhat
External chassis is essentially unchanged. again, Step down in GPU power from previous model, Confusing mix of configurations to choose from on Microsoft site
Our review of Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 focuses even more than usual on the differences between this new generation and its predecessor, the Surface Pro (2017), because they seem nearly identical—at least on the, er, surface. Visually, you'd be hard-press...
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Reviewed on 2018-10-09
Google kicked off its hardware event this morning with a slew of smartphone and smart display announcements, but it didn't leave tablet enthusiasts in the room hanging. The Mountain View company today debuted the Pixel Slate, a “midnight blue” tablet runn...
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