Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Plus announced with significant upgrades but no 5G

Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 7+ for Business -

"As different parts of the world plan for their returns to the office or classroom or rethink what hybrid and satellite environments mean for their organizations, Surface Hub will be there to ease that transition, helping to bridge the digital and physical divide", Seiler says.

Powering the Surface Pro 7 Plus is an Intel 11th-Gen processor. One big upgrade that the Surface Pro 7 Plus boasts of is a removable SSD. This allows IT departments of companies to easily remove SSDs. And Microsoft claims battery life of up to 15 hours, with Fast Charging capabilities that will add 80 percent of capacity in one hour.

For instance, the display in Surface Pro 7+ for Business is now thinner (not the bezels, we're talking depth).

Because the Surface Pro 7 is more than a year old, everyone was naturally expecting for the Surface Pro 8 to come out next. Both support 1080p resolution, up from the standard 720p resolution commonly found on many laptops. Microsoft today unveiled a new model in its Surface lineup, but they're targeting this PC for businesses and educational institutions that want to get their users ready for remote work and learning. It can be configured up to Core i7, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. Microsoft will also sell a $1,149 model with LTE and eSIM support. There is also an i3 SoC variant which is coupled with Intel UHD Graphics whereas the other two variants i5/i7 are coupled with Intel Iris Xe Graphics. Neither of these models include a keyboard cover or Surface Pen.

That reminds us. As of right now, Microsoft is only going to offer the Surface 7 Pro Plus to enterprise and education customers. The tablet will also hit retail shelves in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom, and a number of European countries.



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