The upcoming Surface Pro X is an ARM-based device running full Windows 10. Microsoft partnered with Qualcomm to create a custom ARM-based SQ1 chipset to power this device. Surface Pro X also features LTE connectivity. Despite being the thinnest Surface, the Surface Pro X will offer great performance and visual experience through its virtually edge-to-edge 13” touchscreen.
If you are interested in getting hands-on with the device, you can now visit your nearest Microsoft Store. Surface Pro X demo units are now available in Microsoft Stores in the US. A Redditor even posted his first impressions on Surface Pro X. He also noticed that you can’t fold the Surface Pro X keyboard all the way back anymore because the Pen cradle makes the magnet part of the keyboard bulkier compared to the older Type Cover. Also, the non-uniform bezel thickness may irritate some people.
The new Surface Pro X consumer edition will be available in following variants and you can pre-order it from Amazon today.
- Surface Pro X 8GB RAM/128GB SSD – $999
- Surface Pro X 8GB RAM/256GB SSD – $1299
- Surface Pro X 16GB RAM/256GB SSD – $1499
- Surface Pro X 16GB RAM/512GB SSD – $1799
- Surface Pro X Keyboard – $139
- Surface Slim Pen – $145