Microsoft will not only release, but will have two Surface Pro devices this year. There is a successor to the on-screen Surface Pro, the 7 Screen, and it also has the new X Screen. It looks similar to the Surface Pro 7 from a distance, but it does have some clever design changes that are more than 13 -inch screen is 12-inch, thinner and lighter than the Surface Pro we use. It also includes a new ARM Base Surface SQ1, a built-in chip between Microsoft and Qualcomm.
I have to spend some time with the previous Pro X and Screen 7 before the Microsoft hardware tool project, and the Pro X is the most powerful tool outside of Microsoft’s new Surface screen. equipment.
At first glance, the major changes to the Pro X are that it has a thinner bezel, a more rounded tip, and a thinner all of the hardware. Microsoft has opted for two USB-C ports on the left side, and the legacy connector has a shared port on the right. You won’t find an earphone or USB port, though.
The Surface Pro X revolves around a 13-inch PixelSense screen design (2880 x 1920) with a 3: 2 aspect ratio that is similar, and is very good at keeping away from the Surface Pro 7. That helps. for the fact that the Pro X screen is 7.3mm thick by 8.38mm on the 7 Screen, and 774 grams (1.7 pounds) is less light than the Pro 7 in 775 grams (1.7 pounds). Although the weight difference is small, on paper, the smaller shape makes it more durable to feel very clear overall.
There are also two major hardware changes to the Screen Pro X. Microsoft has created the Type Type, so a new Screen Format pen will appear at the top of the keyboard. It pays when it loads, and when the pen is removed, Windows 10 automatically generates a checklist that lets you quickly ink it.
Microsoft is distributing some removable SSD storage on the Pro X Screen. It has a small back panel at the bottom of the pouch, which can be used with the SIM insertion device. The SSD storage is M. 2, so it only holds the pocket, so the nano-SIM slot comes here. Microsoft offers screen technology experts to block Ssd drives from Microsoft stores and other locations. But there is nothing to stop you from translating yourself, and Microsoft may buy these to update in the future.
Because it contains one of the internal ARMs, the questions about the functionality and compatibility of the application are inevitable. I was surprised in a short time that I could use the Surface Pro X, which is very similar to using the Surface Pro. We really need to test it, but early signs that Microsoft has returned to ARM at a good time.
This SQ1 processor means you get the benefits of Qualcomm Windows with ARM functionality. Microsoft guarantees up to 13 hours for battery life, with fast charge support so you can get back up to 80 battery slots in less than an hour. There’s also LTE-built connectivity, which means you can use this Screen Pro X on any part of your PC handset.
With the Surface Pro X, Microsoft is also updating the line’s older Screen Pro with version seven. The Surface Pro 7 includes Intel’s latest Generation 10 processors, and you can get a real-time dual-core or square-core version of the i5 and i7 models. The base model starts with only 4GB RAM and 128GB storage, and comes with 16GB RAM and 1TB storage.
The overall design of the Screen 7 is similar to previous models, and the only major difference is Microsoft’s integration with USB-C. It is not a Thunderbolt 3-port, but, you can use it to connect your USB-C devices to your device. Microsoft maintains the Connection Screen with a distribution port here.
Microsoft is adding new color options for the Surface Type Pro 7 screen this year. It is a bright red with a good mix of red and orange, the dark blue is bigger, the sky was blue before, and the gray is now a little darker. Like last year, you can choose between black or silver for the Pro 7 version.
Microsoft is set to launch the Surface Pro 7 on October 22 for $ 749.99, while the Surface Pro X will launch on November 5 in the United States for $ 999.99. In all cases, the Cover Type and the Pen Screen are sold separately. You can buy the Jump Pen for $ 144.99 and the Pro Type X Ad for $ 139.99. Microsoft is also collecting a Type X Screen Reader with a Pen Pen for $ 269.99. That means you are looking for around $ 1,140 for the base model of the XX Screen and keyboard.
The 7-Type Advertising is available in black for $ 129.99 and the Alcantara options for $ 159.99.