First introduced back in 2013, Microsoft’s Surface Pro range is now an established and much sought-after competitor to Apple’s offerings in the high-end portable computing marketplace.
Having arrived into the New Year, some are perhaps in the market for treating themselves to a new work device for 2020, and so we thought we’d take a peek at the current (7th) series of Microsoft Pro devices.
Prices start in the UK from £799.00 (as of January 2020) and in terms of aesthetic options, colours are currently limited to black or platinum.
Processing options are provided from Intel by way other their Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, memory can be supplied in either 4Gb, 8Gb and 16Gb, and finally storage in 128Gb, 256Gb, 512Gb and 1Tb options.
On purchasing a device, naturally Microsoft give the option to take a 12-month discounted subscription to Microsoft Office 365 and a Microsoft Complete Protection Plan, which at £179.00 may seem a little expensive, however this provides two years of cover which includes accidental damage protection.
For more information about the options for the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 devices, visit – https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/surface