Microsoft Surface Laptop Go and Surface Pro X launched, price starts at Rs 1,49,999

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Microsoft seems to be going on a different path in terms of its product launches, with the brand recently launching the Surface Duo, a foldable phone (of sorts) with android. Today, however, the brand announced the Indian pricing of the Microsoft Surface Pro X and recently announced the Surface Go. Let us discuss the specifications of the same in brief.

Surface Pro X Specifications

The Microsoft Surface Pro X features a 13-inch 2880*1920 display, with an aspect ratio of 3:2. The device runs on Windows 10 Home based on ARM. The device is powered by the new Microsoft SQ 2 chip, coupled with the Adren0 690 GPU. The battery life for the same is an admirable 15-hours, with support for e-sim (In a separate variant). In terms of the ports, the device comes with two USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, a SIM slot and a Surface Connect port for charging. It is priced at Rs 1,49,999 for the 16+256 GB LTE variant and 1,78,999 for the 16+512 GB LTE variant in India, with the device available in two colours, Platinum and Black.

The Surface Laptop Go runs on Windows 10 Home in S mode. In terms of the display department, it features a 12.45-inch PixelSense Display with 3:2 aspect ratio and 1,536×1,024 pixels resolution. The touch screen supports 10-point multi-touch. As for the performance, the Surface Laptop Go is powered by 10th-Gen Intel Core i5-1035G1 processor and comes with Intel UHD graphics. It can be equipped with 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM. The base model carries 64GB of eMMC storage but comes with options for 128GB and 256GB SSDs.

It starts at $549.99 (roughly Rs. 40,300) in the US and is up for pre-orders, with sales starting from October 13 in select regions. It is offered in Ice Blue, Sandstone, and Platinum colour options.

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