Microsoft released the Surface Pro with LTE to the public this week after a bit of time up for sale as a business device. This machine was first put on sale for business customers in December of 2017, and is now available to the general public. This notebook tablet piece of Windows machine is up on preorder right this minute and will be going on sale at the start of May in-stores in the United States, Australia, and Canada.
Users will find the Qualcomm Snapdragon XLTE modem inside this machine for LTE Advanced connectivity. The device requires users to purchase their own data plan, making this device cost both an up-front amount of cash and a monthly amount of money for the data. This device is extremely similar to its non-LTE counterpart. Have a peek at our full Microsoft Surface Pro review to see what’s up inside.
TAKE A PEEK: Surface Pro Review (2017)
That’s the Surface Pro (2017) – even though the LTE edition is set to be released to the public in 2018. Users will find this model listed as “Surface Pro with LTE Advanced – Intel Core i5 / 256GB SSD / 8GB RAM” in the Microsoft Store online right this minute. This one LTE version available works with Windows 10 Pro, a 12.3-inch PixelSense Display with 2736 x 1824 resolution (267 PPI,) and 10-point multi-touch touchscreen abilities.
This version of the Surface Pro with LTE has an Intel Core i5 processor inside. The i7 version of this device is not yet available with LTE. As we discussed in our review, this device has a rather amazing set of features right out the gate, making it one of the most powerful-yet-mobile full-powered computing solutions in the world today.