Today’s tech news: Microsoft launches Surface Pro X


Microsoft has declared the Surface Pro X, another ARM-based Surface PC.

The Surface Pro X is the principal ARM-based Surface from Microsoft since the Surface 2 propelled in 2013. It’s an altogether different kind of gadget, be that as it may, as shown by the marking. Microsoft sees this as an undeniable Surface Pro-class machine, not a less expensive passage level model like the first Surface RT and Surface 2 were.

The screen has been extended from a 12-inch board on the old Surface Pro to a 13-inch show, which the organization says offers the most slender bezels on any 2-in-1 PC. In particular of all, the processor is never again an Intel Core chip. Presently, it’s a custom variation of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx processor that Microsoft co-created with the chipmaker called the Surface SQ1.

All things considered, the Surface Pro X looks a ton like a standard Surface Pro, with a comparative structure factor and frame — despite the fact that Microsoft has included new, adjusted edges for the corners, rather than the more precise Surface plan. Microsoft has likewise included another dock for another Surface Slim stylus on Surface Pro X, which puts it directly on the highest point of the console.