Microsoft’s shiny new Surface Pro 7 and Laptop 3 are now available in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, as well as across Europe in 17 different markets. Microsoft announced these devices among others at the company’s Surface Event early this month.
Microsoft has chosen to use the latest tenth-generation Intel Core processors to power the new Surface Pro 7 tablet, making it “twice as fast” as the previous generation, according to Microsoft’s blog post. The new device also sports additional nice additions, including a USB type-C port, fast charging which brings the device to 80% in an hour, as well as the new “Studio Mics”. Check out our hands-on with the device.
If a full-on laptop is more your style, the new Surface Laptop 3 comes in three sizes. The smaller 13.5-inch version comes with the same tenth-generation Intel Core processors as the Pro 7, but Microsoft has opted to put a custom AMD Rizen “Microsoft Surface Edition” processor in the 15-inch bigger brother, which allows the company to fine-tune the performance, graphics, and battery life of the device. We’ve also got our hands-on impressions of that, if you’re interested.
If you’re interested in these devices, Microsoft is starting the Surface Pro 7 at $749, while the Surface Laptop 3 will start at $999. The company is also offering their Surface All Access financing plan for these two devices as well, bundling in a type cover for the Surface Pro 7, and Office 365 for both devices.
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