Updating Surface Pro 7 Hybrid Microsoft, with the release of Surface Pro 7 Plus on the Windows 10 tablet with a detachable keyboard, the Redmond giant is specifically targeting enterprise customers and the education segment.
Externally, the new model does not make a significant change compared to the Field Surface Pro 7, essentially the same housing, a USB-C, a USB-A, a Surface Connect port and a 3.5 mm audio jack, and the it has a well-known 12.3-inch, 2736×1824 pixel resolution PixelSense display, like its predecessor – but there are already important innovations under the hood.
Such are the new processor options, the Surface Pro 7 Plus can now be equipped with Intel Core i3-1115G4, Core i5-1135G7 and Core i7-1165G7 chips, and can pack 8, 16 or 32 gigabytes of RAM. SSD storage options range from 128 gigabytes to 1 terabyte. Interestingly, only the i5 edition is available in the LTE version, and a 5G connection is not available at all.
The SSD is otherwise replaceable, the storage is not soldered to the motherboard – but this is not the only feat while retaining the dimensions of the previous generation housing, as it has a significantly larger battery than its predecessor, which already has a 50.4 Wh battery instead of 46.5. Microsoft promises 4.5 hours more, or 15 hours of uptime.
For the new Surface Pro 7 Plus base model, interested companies or educational institutions will have to ring $ 900 net, while the i5 version will be available with a net starting price tag of $ 1,150. For the most expensive i7 variant, the manufacturer is asking $ 2,800 net. The device is expected to be available Jan. 15, the first round in the United States.
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