Google, Microsoft and Apple have been the three names which have always been at the thick of things.
The three companies have revolutionized the world of technology and changed the way things happen.
The companies have been the ‘giants’ in this sphere, and have always dominated the markets well.
Microsoft, Google, as well as Apple have all three been competing in different market spaces yet tend to cross each others paths every now and then.
Microsoft, which was the first of the three to enter the markets, captured the software and the OS markets, Apple followed them up a little less than a year alter and are today known for their work in hardware and smartphone markets.
Google joined in over 20 years later, and has quickly risen up the ranks and has captured the markets of internet technology.
The three have rarely ever crossed paths directly, but in one of these rare happenings, all three of the brands have come head to head in the tablet markets with Google’s Pixel C, Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and Apple’s iPad Pro.
Google Pixel C:
Google’s Pixel C comes in as one of the biggest names and a strong contender in the world of tablets running the Android technology.
The Pixel C has released featuring a 10.2-inch display, and runs on an octa-core Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC with a 256-core Nvidia Maxwell GPU, the device comes with 3GB of RAM.
The device comes as first of its kind offering from Google, and is more like an extension of the Pixel series of laptops.
The new iPad from Apple comes in with the name iPad Pro, which may or may not be a taunt at the Surface Pro.
The device has come out with 12.9 inches of screen size.
The Apple iPad Pro comes with a ‘four speaker setup’ which are strategically placed to get the users the best possible audio output.
Apple, known for their innovations have introduced the apple pen as well as the new and improved keyboard.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4:
The latest Surface Pro devicecomes in as one of the most awaited devices Microsoft has ever released.
Even before the release there was a major hype and anticipation.
The Surface Pro 4 from Microsoft features RAM options from 4GB to 16GB, and an internal storage of a minimum 128GB of SSD, ranging upto 1TB.
The Surface Pro 4 from Microsoft comes out with a 12.3 inched screen, which is 0.6 inches smaller than the iPad, and comes in with options of Intel’s 6th gen Core M, i5 and i7 processors.
Many say it is Microsoft’s reply to the Apple iPad.