One of the most versatile options to improve your productivity is to choose a 2-in-1 device. We’re referring to those small computers that have a touchscreen and that you can fold to hold like a tablet and work while standing. There are many options on the market, but one of the most powerful and attractive in terms of design is the famous Microsoft Surface. Today we are faced with the arrival of a new device that is none other than the updated version of the Microsoft Surface Pro X from 2020.
The essence of the Surface Pro X remains
Some appliance manufacturers don’t hesitate to revert to last year’s design to refresh the range. And we don’t mean using a trace from one model to another that no one would say is another version of the device. This is what happens when we take a look at the device Microsoft released today. And it is that predictions that we would see a new Surface Pro X in October have come true.
We just had to wait for the month’s change to have it in our hands, and the aesthetic part is nailed to that of its older brother. We have a new tablet with a 13-inch PixelSense display with two USB C ports, Surface Connect port. The housing comes in two colors: classic black and a silver-gray color that is typical of the Surface family.
In terms of the interior, there are significant changes that will make you choose this option. The configuration is maintained with the 16 GB RAM in addition to the 512 GB removable maximum internal space. The big surprise lies in the processor, an SQ2 in which he worked together with Qualcomm on an efficient chip in energy and data transmission. It also has its own modem, but to the surprise of many it won’t come with 5G integrated.