The brand new Surface Pro 7 from Microsoft is, surprisingly, no longer the company’s flagship Surface product. That prestigious title now belongs to the newfangled, ARM-based Surface Pro X.
Instead, what we have now is supposed to be Microsoft’s more affordable alternative to that, and it’s purely another improvement in power over the previous generation … and not much else. While a 10 nanometer (nm) Intel processor (CPU) at long last is nothing to sneeze at, you won’t find much more in terms of improvements here.
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