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MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO X



Hey Folks..! We are back with an astonishing brand new launched tablet Microsoft Surface Pro X; this was launched on October 2, 2019. The tablet comes with a 13.00-inch touch-screen display with the resolution of 2880x1920 pixels at a pixel density of 267 Pixels per inch (PPI). The new Microsoft Surface Pro X is powered by an octa-core Microsoft SQ1 processor along with 8 GB of RAM.

Microsoft Surface Pro X

If we talk about cameras the Microsoft Surface Pro X on the rear pack a 10-megapixel camera while it Supports a 5-megapixel camera on the front side for the selfies. This is new product is based on Windows 10 and packs 128GB of inbuilt storage and has a single SIN (GSM) slot that accepts the Nano-SIM card.

As far as the connectivity options are concerned, the Microsoft Surface Pro X include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS, 3G and 4G, the further sensor on the tablet include accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, gyroscope, and compass/ magnetometer. The Microsoft Surface Pro X measures 287.00x208.00x7.30 (height x width x thickness) and weighs around 774.00 grams and was launched in Matte Black color.

The new Microsoft Surface Pro X is Microsoft’s thinnest Pro to date, but it does come at a higher starting price, it’s powered by a custom Microsoft SQ1 CPU with Adreno 685 graphics (GPU) For awesome ARM power and battery life. Furthermore, you don’t get Wi-Fi 6, but LTE connectivity means you can stay in touch anywhere, also has the surface Slim Pen and type cover to the mix for an overall stellar device for creatives are on the move.

Surface Pro X

Here are some pros and Cons of the new Microsoft Surface Pro X:

SR NO.
PROS
CONS
1
Adreno 685 GPU with 2 teraflops
No Wi-Fi 6 connectivity
2
LTE connectivity standard
ARM has some limitations
3
Two USB-C ports
More expensive to start
4
Thinnest and lightest pro yet
No 3.5mm audio jack
5
Smart design with new Surface Slim Pen
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If we compare the Surface Pro 7 with the Surface Pro X then he Surfaces Pro 7 is more of a continuation of the Pro Design we’ve come to know, albeit with the few minor changes, while on the other hands the Surface Pro X is a significant departure, as it's the first ARM Powered Pro we’ve seen. It’s built for a different usage scenario despite following similar design cues, and it was announced alongside a new surface Slim Pen and Type Cover combination.

2 in 1 Microsoft Surface Pro X design

You might be familiar with the previous generations of the 2 in 1 Pro lineups, not much has changed for the Pro 7, it still has the folding kickstand on the back, a unibody aluminum design, and it includes an IR camera for the Windows Hello. While on the other hand, the Surface Pro X has thinner chassis that’s lighter than core i7 Models of the Pro 7. It still has a kickstand on the back for popping up the tablet, and it works it’s tandem with a new style keyboard that has a storage bay for the new Surface Slim Pen.

For the ports, the Pro 7 Includes USB-C instead of Mini DisplayPort, allowing more versatility while still offering external display support. The Pro X has two USB-C ports, but it doesn’t have USB-A for your older devices. Both 2 in 1s have the proprietary surface Keyboard Connector. One irritating thing is a lack of 3.5mm the audio jack on the Pro X; Microsoft has already put out a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, so you’ll have to jump on the dongle wagon if you’d like to use wired headphones.

KEY ASPECTS for a quick review of Microsoft Surface Pro X

OS
Windows 10
Processor
Microsoft SQ1
RAM
8GB, 16GB LPDDR4x
Storage
128GB, 256GB, 512GB SSD
Display Size
13 inches
Touch
Display Resolution
2880x1920
267PPI
Aspect Ratio
3:2
Graphics
Microsoft SQ1 Adreno 685
Ports
Two USB-C
Surface Connect
Nano SIM
LTE
Qualcomm Snapdragon X24 LTE modem
Connectivity
Wi-Fi 5
Bluetooth 5.0
Camera
Front: 5MP (1080p)
Rear: 10MP (4K video)
Biometrics
IR camera
Battery
Up to 13 hours
Color
Matte Black


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