Microsoft Surface Pro 7 12.3" 512GB Windows 10 Tablet With 10th Gen Intel Core i7/16GB RAM - Black
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- 12.3-inch PixelSense touchscreen display with a resolution of 2736 x 1824 is responsive, fluid, and easy on the eyes
- 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of RAM combine to deliver robust and reliable performance that's ideal for multi-taskers and creative pros
- 512GB solid state drive provides you with ample space to keep important files and folders just a quick tap of the finger away
- Integrated Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 ax)lets you to connect wirelessly to your home network, office network, or any Wi-Fi hotspot around town, so you can work whenever, wherever
- Bluetooth 5 connectivity lets you easily connect a range of additional peripherals, such as wireless speakers and headphones, with clutter-free ease and freedom
- 5MP front-facing camera and 8MP rear-facing camera let you capture, record, stream, and video conference in Full HD 1080p
- Can be paired with the Surface Pen, Surface Dial, Surface Pro Signature Type Cover keyboard, and Surface Arc Mouse (each sold separately) to unlock the full convenience and versatility of a high-powered laptop
- Compact and portable design is engineered for those who like to pack light when they're headed out for the day
- Preinstalled with Windows 10 Home operating system
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Of the 74 reviewers who responded, 66 would recommend this product.
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- Unimpressed- July 12, 2020
It is a great tablet, but at the price point it is being sold at it should be a great all in one computer. I returned this and all of the associated accessories for somewhere around $2200. I tried using it pretty regularly for almost 20 days when I had to be mobile for working on projects, and the screen is just too small to be useful for anything design related unless you are hooked up to an external monitor. I wish Microsoft would take a note from the all-in-one XPS computers Dell made in 2014 (my current machine, I've upgraded) because you have more screen and the mobility of being able to work from anywhere.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Upgraded from Surface Pro 4- April 3, 2020
Finding that it works exactly the same to the point that I cannot even tell a difference. It isn't faster and I am just not that impressed for the cost. The battery life is way better than the 4 and I am liking that. Still, they went with a USB-C port so I am having to buy a new cord for my monitor that worked through the Mini-DisplayPort on the 4. It lacks other ports and still has a super clear but super reflective screen so in low light screen background situations you see yourself. It is good but could have been updated more so you noticed a really improvement in performance or functionality.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Coolest Laptop/2-in-1 I've Ever Owned- February 13, 2020
I have been eyeing the Surface for a few generations and when it came time to replace my iPad and my laptop (both of which were very old) I thought that the Surface would be the perfect choice and I was totally right. I've built my own computers and this is still probably the coolest computer/laptop/2-in-1 that I have ever owned. Pros: It's light. The touchscreen is sufficiently responsive/sensitive and the resolution and image quality are great. The performance and battery life are pretty good as well. Cons: The only two cons that I have is that it seems to get a little hot sometimes and for some reason the charging cables tend to look like a tangled mess and don't like to fold up nicely when putting it away.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.