Microsoft, after a launch in 2019, finally released the Surface Pro 7 here in India. But given the specifications, prices aren’t justified. Let’s dive deep into the specs of the flagship tablet of Microsoft.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 comes in 4 different variants. All of them are powered by Intel’s latest 10th generation processors, which are meant for portable laptops with less power consumption.
The display is a 12.3-inch PixelSense Display which is also a touch-enabled display. The display has the support for the Surface Pen, and also the Dial as well. You can configure the system (well, that’s pre-defined configuration, and you cannot configure it on your own 🤷♂️) up to i7 and 16 GB RAM with 256GB storage. The rear-facing camera is an 8MP camera whereas the front-facing camera is a 5MP camera, both of them capable of 1080p video recording.
You will also get WiFi 6 along with Bluetooth 5.0 onboard. The physical ports include a single USB Type-A, USB Type -C, Mini Display Port, Surface Connect, Surface TypeCover Port, and a MicroSDXC card slot.
Just like Surface Pro 6, this one is also non-user upgradeable.
Surface Pro 7 – Pricing.
Surface Pro 7 comes with four different variants. The initial variant has an i3 with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage for ₹70,990. The second variant is an i5 variant with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage for ₹85,990. The third one is also an i5 variant with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage for ₹1,13,990. The final, high-end variant is an i7 with 16GB RAM and 256GB storage for ₹1,37,990.
The price of the Surface Type Cover is available for ₹15, 389. The Surface Pen will cost you ₹9,139, the Arc Mouse for ₹6,950 and the Surface Dock for ₹18,890.
Source: Amazon India
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