for a guess, as the display is a none default size 2,160 x 1,440 screen
and it also depends on what CPU / GPU option it has as well, with three low-power 4th-generation Intel Core (Haswell) CPUs and a mix of memory/storage options.
so lets check the spec first and instead of guessing will have a better opinion than pure guess work alone...
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but before this, i'll make a few comments,
4gb of ram is total system memory on a 64bit platform, - what's needed for the GPU, as it's a on die CPU addon so a shared GPU on the die as well, so shared memory is system ram, so if you place even one GB of main memory to the shared display, on the whole that will slow down windows, while it is using the CPU to use the GPU, that slows down the CPU for windows tasks, this is why it's not fast and never was design for games, just general use, a good bit of kit all the same, but a jack of all trades, but no master of none.
a cheap quarter of the price when bought dedi pc and vga card would always, well most of the time be faster, basing this opinion on the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 todays price and spec, as not fully sure of the 3 pro price when you bought it either...
£1,799.00 incl. VAT for the 512gb version with 16gb of ram and a I7 cpu / GPU i7 Intel Iris graphics onboard chip
so to finish off, it will work, but to what degree is guess work atm and may give the same performance as WitP AE or worse, but it will or should work.
< Message edited by zakblood -- 5/13/2016 5:40:48 AM >