As the custodian of Windows OS, Microsoft is largely expected to deliver the best Windows software features with its laptops. The company has worked to do just that with its Surface Pro lineup, and this year, Microsoft has pushed the experience even further. One of the best products in the 2-in-1 laptop market, the Surface Pro 9 doubles as a laptop and a tablet. It is designed for professionals and creators who need a potent but ultraportable daily driver for work, but users will find that it is capable of much more.
The Surface Pro 9 sports a 13-inch, 1920p 267 PPI display, a 12th-Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, a 1080p camera setup, stylus pen compatibility with the Surface Slim Pen 2, and up to 15.5 hours of typical battery life offered by a 47.7 Wh battery. Starting at 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage in an SSD, both can be expanded up to 32 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. And at 1.94 pounds, the Surface Pro 9 is one of the lightest PCs on offer.
Microsoft has also gone further by releasing a 5G-supportive version of the Surface. The distinctions between the Surface Pro 9 with 5G from the base-level Surface Pro 9 include its Microsoft SQ 3 processor, a neural processing unit, and a Microsoft SQ 3 Adreno 8CX Gen 3 graphics card. Both devices are compatible with Surface keyboards, use Windows Hello for authentication, and have their SSDs removable.
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