Microsoft has unveiled its newest products during its annual hardware event in New York City, including its Surface Pro 7 which features a USB-C port.
According to a report by Venture Beat, the Surface Pro 7 now comes with USB-C which users have been asking for, replacing the Mini DisplayPort. The USB-A port is still there for users’ existing accessories.
Apart from that, the Surface Pro 7 also comes with 10th-generation Intel Core processors which is upgradable to quad-core, starting at 128GB of SSD storage that can be upgraded up to 1TB.
The Surface Pro 7 which has a 12.3-inch display, 2736 × 1824 resolution, and 267ppi and is available in black and silver variations with 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB of RAM.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 which is now available for pre-order starts at starts at $749 and will start roll out on October 22.
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