Published on Nov 9, 2019
Lisa Gade reviews the Surface Pro X, Microsoft’s new convertible tablet for 2019. The 13” Pro X is similar in design to Surface Pro 7, but it has a 0.7” larger PixelSense IPS 3:2 aspect ratio display, rounded edges and smaller bezels. The Surface Pro X runs Windows 10 Home on a custom Qualcomm 8cx family processor, the Microsoft SQ1 with a 3GHz top speed. This is an ARM CPU, and Lisa covers compatibility in this review. 4G LTE is built-in but as with SP7, the keyboard and pen are sold separately. The tablet itself weighs 1.7 lb / 774g and pricing starts at $999. The Type Cover starts at $140 and uses a different connector than other Surface Pro models.
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