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Skins provide low profile protection with no bulk and protects your Microsoft Surface Pro 5th Gen or Surface Pro 4 from scratches. The unique weaved adhesive allows for fast, easy and accurate application, and goo-free removal.
Make your Microsoft Surface Pro 5th Gen or Surface Pro 4 uniquely yours.
iStyles Microsoft Surface Pro 5, Pro 4 Skin design of Cameras & optics, Camera, Technology, Circle, Electronic device, Electronics, Colorfulness with gray, black, red colors. Model MSP4-INSTA
Microsoft Surface Pro 5th Gen or Surface Pro 4 not included. Colors shown may differ from actual color depending on screen calibration.
Cases are available for other electronics but it is important never to enclose a Microsoft Surface Pro 5th Gen or Surface Pro 4 in a case.
Computing devices can become hot and they need to dissipate heat during operation. If the Microsoft Surface Pro 5th Gen or Surface Pro 4 is enclosed in a case, the device will not be able to "breath" as well, resulting in higher operating temperatures that can cause reduced performance and shorten electronics lifespan.
We recommend using a Skin for styling and scratch protection - when you need to transport the Microsoft Surface Pro 5th Gen or Surface Pro 4, put it in a padded sleeve or bag.
iStyles5/holes didnt match up, dimensions are offM. Gotoc, Canada, 12 June 2022
We're sorry to hear that the Composition Notebook Microsoft Surface Pro 5, Pro 4 Skin set did not fit. Please reply to the email that we just sent to you with photos to show what went wrong so that we can help!
This set set will only fit the Microsoft Surface Pro (5th Gen, released in 2017) and Surface Pro 4 (released in 2015). If you're using one of these models, the Skin set will fit perfectly:.
Is yours a Surface Pro 4, Pro 5, or are you using a different Microsoft Surface device, such as the Surface Pro 6 or Pro 7?
iStyles5/Great product, great delivery, perfect price!M. Pytlowany, United States, 3 April 2018