Microsoft Surface Pro 7
The Surface Pro 7 is pretty much the same as the Surface Pro 6, with one important difference: USB-C. You’ll also get improved performance and microphones, but at the expense of battery life. The Pro 7 is a good hybrid PC, especially for those who’ve been waiting for the new port, but it’s otherwise not worth spending $750 to upgrade.
- New USB-C port
- Powerful performance
- Best keyboard cover for a tablet
- Solid build
- Poor battery life compared to predecessor
- Outdated design
- Keyboard still comes separate
Surface Pro 7
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- 79AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsPC Mag80Microsoft Surface Pro 7The Surface Pro 7 is another solid iteration of Microsoft's flagship Windows-tablet 2-in-1, elevated this time by worthy upgrades in the form of a USB-C port and peppy Ice Lake CPUs.Tom's Guide70More of a (mostly) good thingThe Surface Pro 7 improves on its predecessor with stronger performance and better ports, but its battery life is disappointing.Laptop Magazine80Two steps forward, one big step backMicrosoft's Surface Pro 7 adds USB-C and 10th Gen CPUs, but those welcome additions come at a cost.Wired80Review: Microsoft Surface Pro 7What’s new? Almost nothing. If you don’t have a Surface Pro 6 to compare side by side against the new model, you probably won’t be able to tell that anything has changed at all.Windows Central100Microsoft's king of the 2-in-1s retains its crownWhile the Surface Pro 7's exterior looks like last year's model (and the year before that), the new 10th Gen Intel processor and Iris Plus graphics bring some serious horsepower to one of the coolest PCs around. The new USB Type-C port greatly expands its abilities, and switching to Intel for Wi-Fi goes a long way to perfecting this already great convertible.The Verge80MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO 7 REVIEWFor now, the Surface Pro 7 still offers everything you’d expect from a Surface Pro, but in a hardware package that’s in need of a little attention. I love the versatility of the Surface Pro 7 hardware, but the Surface Pro X represents the future of this 2-in-1. I just wish the future was here now.TechRadar70The calm before a storm of innovationWe expected a bit more in advancements from the seventh Surface Pro tablet. USB-C is nice, but for a device at this price, its should be Thunderbolt 3. Plus, the display bezels are awfully thick for a tablet in 2019. The Surface Pro 7 isn’t big enough of a leap over the Pro 6 for us to recommend it to either upgraders or folks just getting into Microsoft’s tablet.Expert Reviews80Microsoft Surface Pro 7 reviewA disappointing update for a hybrid that’s badly in need of a refresh; the Microsoft Surface Pro is lagging behind.TrustedReviews80Microsoft Surface Pro 7 ReviewThe Microsoft Surface Pro 7 feels more like a Surface Pro 6.5 than an actual new product. The only significant changes are the addition of a USB-C input and a move to Intel’s newer 10th-gen family of laptop CPUs. However, it remains a solid convertible and great choice for those looking for a flexible machine that works equally well as an office laptop as it does as a personal tablet.Digital Trends70Microsoft Surface Pro 7 review: Left behindThe Surface Pro 7 makes few adjustments to the formula, but still delivers a solid 2-in-1 experience.