Microsoft’s Surface tablet range is getting a revamp. Top of the list is the new Surface Pro 8, with a 13-inch 2880 x 1920 Dolby Vision display supporting multitouch and the new Surface Slim Pen 2. Inside, there’s a choice of Core i5 or Core i7 processors, plus optional LTE. Microsoft is finally embracing USB 4.0/Thunderbolt 4, too.
The Surface Pro X, meanwhile, adds a new entry-level model. The WiFi-only configuration still relies on Windows 11 on ARM, but loses the LTE connectivity in order to keep the pricing down. It starts at $899.
Finally, there’s the most affordable of the three. The Surface Go 3 sticks with Microsoft’s budget focus, starting at $399.99. It has a 10.5-inch display and will eventually be offered in LTE form, too.
Surface Pro 8:
Surface Pro X:
Surface Go 3: