Yesterday Microsoft announced Surface Pro X along with Surface Pro 7 at the Surface event. We have already heard before that Microsoft is working on a Qualcomm-based Surface Pro quite for some time. A custom Microsoft SQ1 chipset powers the Surface Pro X, Qualcomm’s newest flagship chipset custom-built for PC’s. The custom Microsoft SQ1 chipset is somewhat comparable to Intel Core i5.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
The new Pro X has narrower bezels that we’ve ever seen on a Surface. The keyboard still magnetically connects to the bottom bezel. However, the Surface Pen, which is a unique ‘Slim Pen’ is saved therein, where it will charge wirelessly. The screen is 13 inches with a resolution of 2880×1920, offering it a 267ppi pixel density.
According to Microsoft Surface chief Panos Panay, Surface Pro X is equipped with a 7W chipset that is 3X more functional than Surface Pro 6. Further Panay said the Surface Pro X has a nine teraops of computational power, and the GPU delivers two teraflops.
We all know that ARM PC is good for battery, portability, and connectivity with advanced support for 4G LTE. As per weight, it’s 1.68 pounds an 5.3mm thin.
Pre-order of Surface Pro X is available now and will be available for shipment on 5 November, starting at $999 for 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]