In October 2019, Microsoft heeded the call for a USB-C port, in addition to the staple USB Type-A port, in Surface Pro 7. The device has the works of a Surface to transform it from a tablet to a laptop, such as a kickstand and accessories, which are sold separately.
What’s inside this tablet-computer is Intel®’s tenth-generation Core processor, which makes it twice as fast as the sixth-generation Surface Pro. When you opt for the lowest-priced configuration, you get a Core i3 CPU, internal storage of 128 GB, and a RAM of 4 GB.
Surface Pro 7 is also fast-charging, and one can charge up to 80 percent in an hour. Preloaded with Windows 10 Home, the Surface device is also configurable for business.