• CPU: Microsoft SQ1
  • GPU: Qualcomm Adreno 685
  • Display: 13.0" , PixelSense (2880 x 1920), IPS
  • Storage: 256GB SSD
  • RAM: 16GB LPDDR4x
  • Weight: 0.77 kg (1.7 lbs)

Pros

  • Covers 93% of the sRGB gamut (Chi Mei P130ZFA-BA1) and has a great color accuracy
  • Thin, light, and premium design
  • Very good build quality
  • High maximum brightness (450 nits)
  • IR face recognition and LTE support

Cons

  • Very limited I/O
  • Memory is soldered to the motherboard
  • Windows is not very well suited for ARM integration in 2020

Microsoft Surface Pro X - Specs

Display
13.0" , PixelSense (2880 x 1920), IPS
panel 1
LG LP129WT1122684 (LGD0555)
Color accuracy 0.9
HDD/SSD
256GB SSD
RAM
16GB LPDDR4x
OS
Windows 10 Home
Body material
Aluminum
Dimensions
287 x 208 x 7.3 mm (11.30" x 8.19" x 0.29")
Weight
0.77 kg (1.7 lbs)
Ports and connectivity
  • 2x USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbps)
  • Wi-Fi 802.11ac
  • Bluetooth 5.0
Features
  • Web camera 5.0MP Front-Facing + 10.0MP Rear-Facing
  • Microphone Dual far-field Studio Mics
  • Speakers 2x 2W, Dolby Audio
  • Optical drive

 

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DISPLAY: 13.0-inch, 2880x1920, IPS

Name LG LP129WT1122684 (LGD0555)
Diagonal 13.0"
Pixel density 266.26 ppi
Brightness 450 cd/m2
sRGB 93%
PWM frequency 196 Hz
Panel Type IPS
Resolution 2880x1920
Becomes "Retina" from 13 inches (33 cm)
Contrast 1360:1
dE Color Checker 0.9
PWM Rating 4.0: (undesirable)

 

Microsoft Surface Pro X in-depth review

Not long ago we managed to snatch a Surface Pro 7 for review, and we were baffled by the versatility this tablet offered. Without a doubt, its strongest ace was the Ice Lake processor inside, which meant you can run pretty much every app on Windows. Now, we have the Surface Pro X, which has a pretty euphonious name but is an inferior device, compared to the Surface Pro 7. One of the main reasons why is the ARM architecture it uses. This means that 64-bit programs are pretty much out of the q[...]

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