Microsoft unveiled new gear and gadgets at a launch event earlier today. The business unveiled the new Microsoft Surface Pro 9 convertible among its newly released items (laptop-to-tablet PC). In comparison to the Surface Pro 8, the gadget offers only minor improvements and additional colour options. So let’s have a closer look at the gadget.
Details and characteristics of the Microsoft Surface Pro 9
The 13-inch display of the Surface Pro 9’s predecessor is still present, along with its 2,880 x 1,920 resolution, 120 Hz, and 3:2 aspect ratio. It is 879 grammes in weight and has new Alder Lake-U CPUs.
The Core i5-1235U or Core i7-1255U processors are choices for the device. The base power draw of these processors is 15W. The business provides 28 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, and 1 TB of portable storage options in addition to 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB of LPDDR5 RAM for the device.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 9 continues to support both Windows Hello facial authentication and Microsoft’s Surface Connect connection. Despite the Surface Pro 9 having two USB Type-C ports (USB 4.0/Thunderbolt 4), there is no 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The 47.7 Wh battery on the Microsoft Surface Pro 9 should last up to 15:30 hours, according to Microsoft, however this is definitely an extremely optimistic battery estimate. The Surface Pro 9 comes in the typical Platinum, Sapphire, Forest, and Graphite colour schemes.
Pricing and accessibility
Prices for the Core i5-1235U, 8 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage start at US$999.99 at launch. Storage space for the Core i5-1235U model is restricted to 256 GB. The Core-i7-1255U, however, also has 512 GB and 1 TB of storage options. On Microsoft’s website, you may view all of the configurations’ prices. Please note that the Type Cover and the Slim Pen 2 are not included in these prices.
Many locations already sell the Surface Pro 9, and US shipments will start on October 25. However, the device won’t be available until the beginning of November in countries like the UK.