Microsoft has introduced an upgraded version of the Surface Pro 7 which made its debut last year. This will be dubbed the Surface Pro 7+ and it brings the latest 11th-generation Intel Core processors. However, this is not a bigger variant of 2019’s Surface 2-in-1 in case you are going by the “Plus” at the end.
This new Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 7+ has support to LTE connectivity and with this, you can access the internet whenever and wherever you want using a SIM card. However, there is an optional variant as well – so, if you do not want this feature, you can opt for the Wi-Fi version that has been standard in the lineup.
The Surface Pro 7+ does not stray too far from its 2019 model. What this means that the design of the new 2-in-1 is very similar to the Surface Pro 7. The features includes ports and even the display bezels are the same and yes, this comes as a disappointment if we compare it with the laptops which are offered right now.
However, Microsoft is placing all its bets on the LTE connectivity that the new Surface Pro 7+ comes with. It is the first time since 2015 that support for LTE has been introduced to the Surface Pro range, but at the same time there is no 5G support. Microsoft is also using the Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 LTE modem on the Surface Pro 7+.
Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ specifications
This will be powered by the 11th-generation Intel Core chipsets. Also, you will be getting Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 options for the new 2-in-1. The laptop will come with a 12.3-inch PixelSense display with a resolution of 2736×1824 pixels.
There is a battery life of 15 hours on the Surface Pro 7+, and this significantly higher than the 10.5-hour battery life on the previous model. The Intel chipsets are optimised to consume less power and partly because the battery is of 50.4Wh capacity.