Earlier today, Microsoft announced Surface Pro 7+, which looks
a lot like the last Surface Pro, but the company claims that
the device is more powerful than the previous iteration thanks
to 11th generation Intel processors and built-in LTE
Surface Pro 7+ features the same 12.3-inch PixelSense display
2736×1824 resolution and 267 PPI. Unlike the Surface Pro 7, the
new Surface comes with built-in LTE connectivity support and
the hardware can be specced to a maximum 32GB of memory and 1TB
Microsoft confirmed that the Surface Pro 7+ is aimed at
business and education customers, which means you cannot
pre-order Microsoft’s newest tablet.
Surface Pro 7+ comes with optional LTE connectivity
The key feature of the Pro 7+ is support for optional LTE
advanced. LTE support is for customers that travel or like to
use their Windows device when travelling.
Unlike the last generation Surface Pro, Microsoft says the new
device is 2.1 times faster and offers longer battery life. In
addition, Microsoft has also retained the USB-A and USB-C
ports. Likewise, front and rear-facing cameras are still
integrated into the 12.5-inch PixelSense display.
Surface Pro 7+ hardware specs:
- Core i3-1115G4, Core i5-1135G7, and Core i7-1165G7.
- Up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB storage.
- Colours: Platinum and Black.
- Battery: Up to 15 hours (Wi-Fi)
- Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax.
Business and education customers will be able to pre-order
Microsoft’s newest tablet for as little as $899 for an Intel
Core i3 model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
This is the best base model the Surface Pro has ever come in –
and it will begin shipping later this week.
Later this year, Microsoft is reportedly planning to launch
Surface Pro 8 with upgraded Intel hardware, more memory and
storage options, and better performance. In addition to
the Surface Pro 8, the
tech giant is also believed to be working on Surface Laptop
4 with new AMD CPUs and it could be unveiled later this