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Best Answer phillpower2 , 14 February 2018 - 04:53 AM

   mehrsa, 1 and 2 I can offer you some input on. 1: The Surface Pro 4 has a full-size USB 3.0 port for connecting an external HDD to but setting one up can be a bit problematic... Go to the full post »


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hi guyz, I'm thinking getting a surface pro 4 , core i5 , 8gb of ram , pen included but im having second thoughts i have few questions before i make the final decision
1.does it support an 2TB external hard-drive ?
2.can i run games like sims 4 and GTA on it ?
3.does the battery really lasts 9 hours ?
4.if you have it , what do u think ??
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:welcome:   mehrsa,

 

1 and 2 I can offer you some input on. 1: The Surface Pro 4 has a full-size USB 3.0 port for connecting an external HDD to but setting one up can be a bit problematic and some brands of drive work better than others, some info on this here 2: Not ideal for gaming as there is no dedicated graphics chip, some older versions of GTA may work on the lowest of settings but the later versions may not run at all. see link here for the required specs for the games that you would like to be able to play.


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:welcome:   mehrsa,
 
1 and 2 I can offer you some input on. 1: The Surface Pro 4 has a full-size USB 3.0 port for connecting an external HDD to but setting one up can be a bit problematic and some brands of drive work better than others, some info on this here 2: Not ideal for gaming as there is no dedicated graphics chip, some older versions of GTA may work on the lowest of settings but the later versions may not run at all. see link here for the required specs for the games that you would like to be able to play.


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thank u so much!
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You are welcome  :)

 

Let us know if you would like us to take a look at any alternatives that you may be considering.


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