Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ officially launched with Intel’s new 11th Gen Core processors, which increases the performance of the device and makes it more business-like than its predecessor.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ also offers a 12.3” 3:2 10-point multi-touch PixelSense Display. The bezels and borders around the display are quite thinner and it also comes in two major memory options.
It sports a much better front and rear camera sensor, which is better and more upgraded to support up to 1080p full HD video. And for such big gadgets, it is one of the best rare features to have.
The Surface Pro 7+ also arrives with LTE support, it allows devices to be connected always. Microsoft also added a big change this year, it is the option of having a removable SSD.
Microsoft metioned that the Surface Pro 7+ can be configured with up to a quad-core 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1165G7 Processor, along with the powerful new Intel Iris Xe Graphics.
Another big added change is the upgraded battery life of the Surface Pro 7+, Microsoft promises up to 15 hours with normal usage. The Wi-Fi configuration option will start at $899, while the LTE-Advanced configuration goes for $1,149.
For those who are interesting in getting the device sooner or later, Microsoft also mentioned that the device will be available in select markets across Asia, Europe and North America during the launching date.