Microsoft has introduced an upgraded version of Surface Pro 7, which debuted last year. This upgraded version laptop called Surface Pro 7 plus for Business, and it features a latest 11th-generation Intel Core processors, more RAM, and a removable SSD Drive. The Surface Pro 7 plus looks similar to its predecessor model Surface Pro 7, but the Microsoft has did some changes in this notebook.
There are no changes in the display, and you will still get the same 12.3-inch PixelSense display and a USB-A port + USB-C port +3.5mm headphone jack, and Surface Connect port connectivity options.
The new Surface Pro 7 Plus laptop comes with an improved battery, which the company calls for will last up to 15 hours on a single charge. This is a significant upgrade from its predecessor, which claimed a battery life of 10.5 hours. The new Surface Pro 7 plus is powered by the latest 11th-generation Intel Core processor, and the laptop comes with Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 options.
The Surface Pro 7+ Wi-Fi variant comes with a microSDXC card reader, while the LTE variant has a slot for a Nano-sized SIM card. The new Surface 2-in-1 doesn’t have a Thunderbolt connection. SSD storage is up to 1TB, but according to Microsoft, it can remove SSD with new ones. The 2-in-1 design allows easy access to SSDs and there is up to 32GB of RAM on the Surface Pro 7 plus.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 Plus starts at $899 (about 66,000 rupees) with a Wi-Fi configuration. LTE variant lead at $ 1,149 (about Rs. 84,400). The laptop comes with a matt black or platinum colour options, and available in some markets in Europe, Asia and North America, according to Microsoft, shipments will begin later this week.