There is no dearth of ardent Apple fans as well as Windows aficionados who will be rooting for the iPad Pro or the Surface Pro 4 devices.

Apple last month launched its iPad Pro and Microsoft yesterday brought out the Surface Pro 4 to rival the competition in the markets. Its Surface Pro lineup has always been well received, and as noted by The Verge, the company’s last quarter saw Surface sales bringing in $888 million in revenue.

Furthermore, this time around the company has delivered a “more powerful version,” which is comparatively sleeker, lighter and bigger than its predecessor, without putting on the weight.

As for Apple, the iPad Pro didn’t disappoint either and arrived with some great features in Apple’s trademark design.

Here’s a low-down on the specs of the two tablets to get a better perspective on what each would deliver and probably make the decision to snag one, much easier:

1. The iPad Pro sports a 12.9-inch IPS LCD Retina display with 2,732 x 2,048 resolution. And the Surface Pro 4 is fitted with a 12.3-inch PixelSense screen with a resolution of 2,763 x 1,824.

2. There is no beating the iPad Pro in the sleekness department with it being just 6.9mm thick and weighing no more than 723g. The Surface Pro 4 with 8.45mm thickness weighs no more than 786g.

3. The iPad Pro and the Pro 4 come powered by Apple A9X chip and Intel m3, i5, i7 processors, respectively.The iPad Pro and the Pro 4 are fueled by iOS 9 and Windows 10, respectively.

4. The storage options on Pro 4 include 128GB, 256GB and 512GB, gaining a major up on the iPad Pro currently available with 32GB and 128GB storage options.

5. As for the snappers on both the devices, the iPad Pro has an 8MP iSight camera on the back with 1080p video capturing at 30fps and the Pro 4 also has an 8MP back-end snapper. The front-facing camera is a 5MP one for Surface Pro 4, while iPad Pro has a 1.2MP FaceTime camera.

The pricing for the iPad Pro reads out to be $799, $949 and $1,079 depending on the models and the Surface Pro 4 begins retailing at $899.

Fans can pick out their favorite and come back for more speculations and updates on new products coming out from the stables of Apple and Windows.