Microsoft Announces Surface Pro 7+ for Business

Ruben Fields
January 14, 2021

While the WiFi variant has a CPU powered by quad-core 11th Gen Intel Core i7 - 1165G7, the LTE variant contains 11th Gen Intel Core i5 - 1135G7 CPU.

A Surface that supports upgrades is a first for Microsoft's long-established tablet range, with the "Surface Pro 7+ for Business" - yep, that's the name - basically upgrading the battery and connections, but leaving almost everything else. The Surface Pro 7+ also sees a substantial boost to its battery life. As for the capacity, the Surface Pro 7+ can go from 128GB on the base Core i3 model to 1TB SSD on the top-end Core i7-driven configurations.

Pre-orders starts today. The Wi-fi version is priced at $899, while the LTE version will cost slightly more at $1,149.

Wi-Fi models will offer support for a microSDXC card while the LTE model simply replaces the expansion slot in favor of a nanoSIM card slot. It has a USB-A port, 3.5mm headphone jack, a Surface Connect port, and a single USB-C port.

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Until something like that sees daylight, enterprise and education customers will be happy to know the Surface Pro 7 Plus is slated for a commercial USA debut as early as January 15 (this Friday) starting at a fairly reasonable $899 price.

In addition, the new Surface model comes with removable storage, something that power users are going to love. That's a whopping 150 bucks higher than the entry point of a "standard" Surface Pro 7, but the hike is entirely justified by a surprisingly lengthy list of notable improvements and add-ons.

There are 1.6W stereo speakers with support for Dolby Atmos to deliver an awesome sound experience. The front and rear cameras have been upgraded with Full HD 1080p video, while there is Dolby Atmos-enhanced audio and far-field microphones too. It will be available for commercial and education markets in Asia, Europe and North America, and will ship next week.

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