The Surface Pro range of two-in-ones may not be the game changers per say, but they are one of the most practical and amazing hardware that we have ever seen come out of Microsoft factories. Surface Pro 7 is the next in line and it is already being talked about even though the current generation Surface Pro – the Surface Pro 6 – has been barely out for a few months.
Surface Pro 6 isn’t an over the top device as far as features are concerned. Processor upgrades as well as a few internal changes may be acknowledged but that doesn’t really up the ante by a whole lot. The Surface Pro devices in general have been the go-to item if you want a portable laptop which is premium and lightweight and by far the best alternative to Apple’s MacBook.
As its predecessors, the yet to be confirmed Surface Pro 7 will also most likely feature the same sleek and light design but fans are expecting more out of it as far as hardware and features are concerned as the Surface Pro 6 left many users dissatisfied.
So what could Microsoft do to appease its users. Surface Pro 7 could come with larger RAM options as the same, if not lower price options. Further, the storage options could be increased or the SSDs upgraded with better technologies. Processors will definitely receive a bump and if possible, Microsoft could even fit in latest NVIDIA GPUs in some of its models.
If we are to believe rumors, Microsoft could also launch an AMD chip powered Surface Pro 7 with improved battery life and USB-C Magnetic Surface chargers.
Surface Pro 7 isn’t due for another 6 months, but it is safe to assume that Microsoft has already started working on Surface Pro 6 successor. We also anticipate a Surface Go device launch and release of some accessories for the laptop are also expected.
We know nothing about the exact pricing of the Surface Pro 7. The Surface Pro 6 was launched at $899(base model). So one can expect the pricing of the next Surface to be around that price level.