Microsoft at today’s Surface event launched its Surface Pro 7 and Pro X. These two are the flagship Windows laptop from Microsoft under the Surface lineup.
And starting now, both of the Windows Laptops are on pre-orders already. And that too all of the configurations available.
Starting with Surface Pro 7, this laptop comes in three different configurations. The laptop begins with entry-level hardware, which includes i3-1005G1, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD, which will cost you a whopping $749. On the other hand, the mid-range comes with i5-1035G4, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage, going straight to $1,199.
Other than the Pro 7, we have the Pro X, which is considered to be a better version of Pro 7. As of specifications, the Surface Pro X, Microsoft is going with Qualcomm based custom Microsoft SQ1 chipset. And this is the first-ever laptop that comes with Qualcomm 8cx ARM processor.
However, with this processor, the laptop has the capability to connect 2 4K displays. Along with eSIM and a Physical SIM connectivity, it gives an edge over the conventional Windows Laptop at this price point.
This is a 2-in-1 laptop with Windows 10 ARM onboard, is going live on pre-orders at your nearest Microsoft Store, starting today.
Here, you get a 1.3.6-inch with a resolution of 2880×1920. And yes, it is compatible with the latest Surface Pen as well.
The 8/128GB variant will cost you $999. The 8/256GB variant will set you on $1,299, whereas the high-end 16/512GB variant will cost around $1,799.
The Surface Pro 7 will go on sale starting October 22, 2019. Whereas the Surface Pro X will go on sale starting November 5, 2019.
Source: Windows Central
Also, Read: Surface Duo is now live, will go on sale in 2020
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