Microsoft new Surface Pro X comes with an SQ2 processor starting at $1499

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Microsoft Surface Pro X
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The new Surface Pro X from Microsoft has been launched in platinum color and will be offering a much better performance now with the SQ2 processor. It will be launched at $1,499.

The new device of Surface Pro X is promising a battery backup of up to 15 hours. Qualcomm has collaborated with Microsoft to offer a stronger processor for the new device. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G will be seen in a new format in the new Surface Pro X. But it will not have any 5G, the company reports.

The display will be a 13-inch one made with PixelSense technology having a resolution of 2880 x 1920 providing 16GB of RAM, and greater storage of 512GB. The connectivity includes two USB-C ports, a SIM port accessing a nano-SIM of gigabyte LTE variant.

A removable SSD storage will also be seen in the Microsoft Surface Pro X along with the introduction of the new signature keyboard, according to the speculations. It will be available in silver, blue, and red variants. The device will have the same old pocket for the Surface Slim Pen.

Microsoft Surface Pro X will work on x64 app emulation for the ARM on Windows. Thus any app can be run on this device with a possible update sometime next year. The prices vary as follows.

The Pro X model with an SQ1 processor and a storage of 8GB + 128GB SSD will cost $999 while the same with 8GB+256GB of SSD storage will be priced at $1,299. The new Surface Pro X with SQ2 processor and 16GB + 256GB of SSD storage will be around $1,499 while the same with 16GB +512GB of SSD storage is the costliest at $1,799

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