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Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Tablet – 12.3″ – 16 GB RAM – 512 GB SSD – Windows 10 Pro – Platinum – Autopilot – Teams – Security
(6 customer reviews)

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Tablet - 12.3" - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - Windows 10 Pro - Platinum - Autopilot - Teams - Security

Microsoft Surface for Business Edition
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Surface for Business devices utilize a discrete Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that is certified for government and security-minded enterprise standards, achieving FIPS 140-2 Level 2 with Intrusion Detection and Common Criteria / EAL4
Surface for Business devices are pre-configured and ready for Windows Autopilot, a collection of technologies used to set up and pre-configure new devices, getting them ready for productive use. Using cloud-based services, Windows Autopilot: reduces the time IT spends on deploying, managing, and retiring devices.
Surface for Business includes Windows 10 Pro for additional capabilities that are oriented towards professionals and business environments, such as Active Directory, Remote Desktop, BitLocker, Hyper-V, and Windows Defender Device Guard.
Surface for Business devices include Advanced Exchange Service for immediate replacement during a warranty claim. As soon as you make your claim, Microsoft will send out a replacement. Once you receive it, you simply put the old one in the box and send it back. This reduces turnaround time!
Surface for Business devices include Surface Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) that replaces the traditional basic input/output system (BIOS) with advanced security and management features.
Surface for Business devices are design specifically for use with Microsoft teams with optimized hardware and software such as front-facing cameras with f2.0 aperture and 1.4-micron sensors, digital Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) microphones arrays spaced for beamforming, background noise reduction and acoustic echo cancellation, speakers designed to eradicate unwanted device sounds like fan humming and keyboard reverberations, and precision engineered displays and pen for natural inking, touch, and Gorilla Glass layers to reduce parallax, and advanced palm rejection to support natural writing.
  • Features a slate design for providing you with the ultimate portability and comfortable usability
  • Save full length movies, songs and other HD content in the massive 512 GB SSD storage
  • 12.3″ screen allows a great view of movies and TV shows and yet is small enough to easily carry
  • 5 Megapixel ultra-high front camera resolution for SLR like professional pictures and videos
  • With Windows 10 Pro OS, enjoy your favorite content all at once on a larger view edge browser. Share your thoughts with the world by writing directly on web pages.
Color: Platinum
Internal memory: 16 GB
Internal storage capacity: 512 GB
Display diagonal: 31.2 cm (12.3")
  • 31.2 cm (12.3")
Processor Manufacturer: Intel
  • Intel
Processor family: 10th gen Intel® Core™ i7
Graphics adapter: Iris Plus Graphics
Edition: Business / Professional
  • Business / Professional
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Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Tablet – 12.3″ – 16 GB RAM – 512 GB SSD – Windows 10 Pro – Platinum – Intel Core i7 10th Gen microSDXC Supported – 2736 x 1824 – PixelSense Display – 5 Megapixel Front Camera

Ultra-light and versatile

More powerful than ever, Surface Pro 7 features a powerful Intel® Core™ processor, improved battery and graphics, and more multitasking connections.

Connect, create, get comfortable

Work and play virtually anywhere. With tablet-to-laptop versatility and better connectivity with USB-C™ and USB-A ports, ultra-slim and light Surface Pro 7 adapts to you.

Additional information

Weight 1.74 lbs
Dimensions 7.9 × 11.5 × 0.3 mm
Display diagonal

31.2 cm (12.3")

Rear camera

Y, Yes

Device type

Full-size tablet

Storage media

SSD

Graphics adapter

Iris Plus Graphics

Built-in microphone

Y

Idle States

Y

Number of microphones

2

Speaker power

1.6 W

Embedded options available

N

Trial software

Microsoft Office 365

Operating system installed

Windows 10 Pro

Internal memory type

LPDDR4x-SDRAM

Video recording

Y

Video recording modes

1080p

Windows Hello

Y

Bluetooth

Y, Yes

Gyroscope

Y

Bluetooth version

5.0

Combo headphone/mic port

Y

Accelerometer

Y

Mini DisplayPorts quantity

1

Card reader integrated

Y

Form factor

Slate

Battery life (max)

10.5 h

Height

0.3", 201 mm

LED backlight

Y

Processor ARK ID

196597

Touchscreen type

Capacitive

Native aspect ratio

3:2

Warranty card

Y

Processor family

10th gen Intel® Core™ i7

Processor frequency

1.3 GHz

AC adapter included

Y

Processor cache

8 MB

Processor cores

4

Width

11.5", 292 mm

Thermal Design Power (TDP)

15 W

Processor package size

50 x 25 mm

System bus rate

4 GT/s

Processor lithography

10 nm

Execute Disable Bit

Y

Housing material

Magnesium

AC adapter power

65 W

Ambient light sensor

Y

Processor socket

BGA 1526

Magnetometer

Y

Intel® Secure Key

Y

Intel 64

Y

Quick start guide

Y

Platform

Windows

Depth

7.9", 8.5 mm

Intel® OS Guard

Y

Weight

790 g

Intel TSX-NI

N

Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

Color

Platinum

Internal storage capacity

512 GB

Touch technology

Multi-touch

Pixel density

267 ppi

Processor Manufacturer

Intel

Processor model

i7-1065G7

Processor boost frequency

3.9 GHz

Processor threads

8

Processor cache type

Smart Cache

Processor operating modes

64-bit

Supported instruction sets

SSE4.1,SSE4.2,AVX 2.0,AVX-512

Tjunction

100 °C

Internal memory

16 GB

Compatible memory cards

MicroSDXC

Docking connector type

Microsoft Surface Connector

Graphics adapter family

Intel

Built-in speaker(s)

Y

Number of built-in speakers

2

Audio system

Dolby Audio Premium

Rear camera type

Single camera

Front camera

Y

Auto focus

Y

Display resolution

2736 x 1824 pixels

Mobile network connection

Top Wi-Fi standard

Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Wi-Fi standards

Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Headphone out

Y

Edition

Business / Professional

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    I will focus in this review on the hardware, there were (and are) quite a few problems on a software level, but that\’s the fault of Windows, and those issues are probably nothing new to people who regularly use Windows operating systems.I bought it as both a replacement for my old laptop and as a tablet I could use instead of pen and paper in uni.The Good:-light and comfortable as a tablet without needing to compromise on the functionality of a laptop-has good specifications considering the price and form factor-ASTONISHINGLY long battery life-built very well, other than the keyboard cover and a screen protector I\’m not going to bother with a case of some kind-built-in kickstand is very sturdy and can handle a wide range of angles-screen looks fantastic in terms of image quality-the screen\’s aspect ratio makes productivity great-the speakers are better than I expected, nothing that\’s good enough for high quality audio, but it\’s more than enough in terms of clarity and volume to view videos where the audio quality isn\’t as critical as it is for audiophiles listening to FLAC files, so more than adequate for netflix or youtube.-the type cover surprised me with how good it is, granted it\’s not as good as a mechanical keyboard or a thinkpad keyboard, but for a keyboard cover it\’s VERY GOOD, feels as good as a typical laptop\’s keyboard.It also connects very easily without messing about with bluetooth or cables, and even lights up!-I\’ve heard a lot of criticism of the fact it\’s not very comfortable to use on your lap (like you would a laptop), but I\’ve had no trouble with it, it\’s obviously not as stable as an orthodox laptop, but I have no complaints.The bad:-very intrusive screen glare, I use it for note taking in uni and when it\’s lying horizontal on the table it reflects the lights in such a way that it obstructs my view of the screen, I haven\’t tried using the device outside.-palm rejection works very well with the exception of the very edges of the screen, if I want to write on the very border of the device in such a way that my palm is resting on the bezels, the line I\’m trying to draw jumps all over the place.-speaking of bezels, they are gargantuan, making the device uglier.-absolutely not serviceable in any way, shape or form, this might not come as a surprise to anyone, but I\’m disappointed I can\’t open it up in any way other than pulling out the screen a la smartphones, the surface pro x can have it\’s SSD changed and it\’s a shame the same isn\’t true about this device.-the micro SD slot is only capable of UHS-I speeds, so while it\’s perfectly fine for mass storage of videos or photos, it\’s no good for running heavy programs off of it, which would have been a huge plus considering how un-upgradeable the surface pro is, so you either pay a lot more for the models with higher SSD volumes or get an external SSD which gets in the way of mobility.-while this is subjective, the keyboard joins the awful trend of making the up and down keys half sized so that together they\’re as big as the left or right keys.-I wish Microsoft would ditch the proprietary port for an additional USB-C port, granted you can still charge the surface pro with the usb-c port, but it\’s not as fast.-no flash on the back camera, in a product like the surface pro the camera is meant to take pictures of documents, notes and whiteboards, no flash means lighting up a document you\’re trying to take a picture of is much more difficult, especially when you consider the fact the surface pro itself is big and blocks out plenty of light.The Neutral: (things that are worth consideration before buying)-the cameras are not great, I didn\’t write this as a con because it\’s not meant to be used to take beautiful photos by any stretch of the imagination, but if for whatever reason you were counting on it, that\’s probably not the product for you.-The passively cooled models feel VERY hot VERY quickly under medium to high loads, to the point where anyone would be alarmed on most laptops, But having monitored the thing with temperature monitoring software the cpu sits on very reasonable temperatures (35-40c on idle and light loads and up to 65c on heavier loads, I\’ve never gotten it to 70c) so this is probably just a side effect of the passive cooling.I\’m writing this review in winter, so the warmth is actually fairly pleasant, but I don\’t know how well it would handle very hot summers like we get here.Despite writing many cons here I\’m very pleased with the device, it does what it\’s meant to and more than I expected and I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants a tablet type device for taking notes and lazy internet browsing but doesn\’t want to give up the functionality of a proper laptop.That is assuming you don\’t do anything very demanding on your laptop like high level gaming or running AI training.

    12 people found this helpful
    April 4, 2019

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    I will focus in this review on the hardware, there were (and are) quite a few problems on a software level, but that\’s the fault of Windows, and those issues are probably nothing new to people who regularly use Windows operating systems.I bought it as both a replacement for my old laptop and as a tablet I could use instead of pen and paper in uni.The Good:-light and comfortable as a tablet without needing to compromise on the functionality of a laptop-has good specifications considering the price and form factor-ASTONISHINGLY long battery life-built very well, other than the keyboard cover and a screen protector I\’m not going to bother with a case of some kind-built-in kickstand is very sturdy and can handle a wide range of angles-screen looks fantastic in terms of image quality-the screen\’s aspect ratio makes productivity great-the speakers are better than I expected, nothing that\’s good enough for high quality audio, but it\’s more than enough in terms of clarity and volume to view videos where the audio quality isn\’t as critical as it is for audiophiles listening to FLAC files, so more than adequate for netflix or youtube.-the type cover surprised me with how good it is, granted it\’s not as good as a mechanical keyboard or a thinkpad keyboard, but for a keyboard cover it\’s VERY GOOD, feels as good as a typical laptop\’s keyboard.It also connects very easily without messing about with bluetooth or cables, and even lights up!-I\’ve heard a lot of criticism of the fact it\’s not very comfortable to use on your lap (like you would a laptop), but I\’ve had no trouble with it, it\’s obviously not as stable as an orthodox laptop, but I have no complaints.The bad:-very intrusive screen glare, I use it for note taking in uni and when it\’s lying horizontal on the table it reflects the lights in such a way that it obstructs my view of the screen, I haven\’t tried using the device outside.-palm rejection works very well with the exception of the very edges of the screen, if I want to write on the very border of the device in such a way that my palm is resting on the bezels, the line I\’m trying to draw jumps all over the place.-speaking of bezels, they are gargantuan, making the device uglier.-absolutely not serviceable in any way, shape or form, this might not come as a surprise to anyone, but I\’m disappointed I can\’t open it up in any way other than pulling out the screen a la smartphones, the surface pro x can have it\’s SSD changed and it\’s a shame the same isn\’t true about this device.-the micro SD slot is only capable of UHS-I speeds, so while it\’s perfectly fine for mass storage of videos or photos, it\’s no good for running heavy programs off of it, which would have been a huge plus considering how un-upgradeable the surface pro is, so you either pay a lot more for the models with higher SSD volumes or get an external SSD which gets in the way of mobility.-while this is subjective, the keyboard joins the awful trend of making the up and down keys half sized so that together they\’re as big as the left or right keys.-I wish Microsoft would ditch the proprietary port for an additional USB-C port, granted you can still charge the surface pro with the usb-c port, but it\’s not as fast.-no flash on the back camera, in a product like the surface pro the camera is meant to take pictures of documents, notes and whiteboards, no flash means lighting up a document you\’re trying to take a picture of is much more difficult, especially when you consider the fact the surface pro itself is big and blocks out plenty of light.The Neutral: (things that are worth consideration before buying)-the cameras are not great, I didn\’t write this as a con because it\’s not meant to be used to take beautiful photos by any stretch of the imagination, but if for whatever reason you were counting on it, that\’s probably not the product for you.-The passively cooled models feel VERY hot VERY quickly under medium to high loads, to the point where anyone would be alarmed on most laptops, But having monitored the thing with temperature monitoring software the cpu sits on very reasonable temperatures (35-40c on idle and light loads and up to 65c on heavier loads, I\’ve never gotten it to 70c) so this is probably just a side effect of the passive cooling.I\’m writing this review in winter, so the warmth is actually fairly pleasant, but I don\’t know how well it would handle very hot summers like we get here.Despite writing many cons here I\’m very pleased with the device, it does what it\’s meant to and more than I expected and I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants a tablet type device for taking notes and lazy internet browsing but doesn\’t want to give up the functionality of a proper laptop.That is assuming you don\’t do anything very demanding on your laptop like high level gaming or running AI training.

    12 people found this helpful
    April 4, 2019
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    I will focus in this review on the hardware, there were (and are) quite a few problems on a software level, but that’s the fault of Windows, and those issues are probably nothing new to people who regularly use Windows operating systems.I bought it as both a replacement for my old laptop and as a tablet I could use instead of pen and paper in uni.The Good:-light and comfortable as a tablet without needing to compromise on the functionality of a laptop-has good specifications considering the price and form factor-ASTONISHINGLY long battery life-built very well, other than the keyboard cover and a screen protector I’m not going to bother with a case of some kind-built-in kickstand is very sturdy and can handle a wide range of angles-screen looks fantastic in terms of image quality-the screen’s aspect ratio makes productivity great-the speakers are better than I expected, nothing that’s good enough for high quality audio, but it’s more than enough in terms of clarity and volume to view videos where the audio quality isn’t as critical as it is for audiophiles listening to FLAC files, so more than adequate for netflix or youtube.-the type cover surprised me with how good it is, granted it’s not as good as a mechanical keyboard or a thinkpad keyboard, but for a keyboard cover it’s VERY GOOD, feels as good as a typical laptop’s keyboard.It also connects very easily without messing about with bluetooth or cables, and even lights up!-I’ve heard a lot of criticism of the fact it’s not very comfortable to use on your lap (like you would a laptop), but I’ve had no trouble with it, it’s obviously not as stable as an orthodox laptop, but I have no complaints.The bad:-very intrusive screen glare, I use it for note taking in uni and when it’s lying horizontal on the table it reflects the lights in such a way that it obstructs my view of the screen, I haven’t tried using the device outside.-palm rejection works very well with the exception of the very edges of the screen, if I want to write on the very border of the device in such a way that my palm is resting on the bezels, the line I’m trying to draw jumps all over the place.-speaking of bezels, they are gargantuan, making the device uglier.-absolutely not serviceable in any way, shape or form, this might not come as a surprise to anyone, but I’m disappointed I can’t open it up in any way other than pulling out the screen a la smartphones, the surface pro x can have it’s SSD changed and it’s a shame the same isn’t true about this device.-the micro SD slot is only capable of UHS-I speeds, so while it’s perfectly fine for mass storage of videos or photos, it’s no good for running heavy programs off of it, which would have been a huge plus considering how un-upgradeable the surface pro is, so you either pay a lot more for the models with higher SSD volumes or get an external SSD which gets in the way of mobility.-while this is subjective, the keyboard joins the awful trend of making the up and down keys half sized so that together they’re as big as the left or right keys.-I wish Microsoft would ditch the proprietary port for an additional USB-C port, granted you can still charge the surface pro with the usb-c port, but it’s not as fast.-no flash on the back camera, in a product like the surface pro the camera is meant to take pictures of documents, notes and whiteboards, no flash means lighting up a document you’re trying to take a picture of is much more difficult, especially when you consider the fact the surface pro itself is big and blocks out plenty of light.The Neutral: (things that are worth consideration before buying)-the cameras are not great, I didn’t write this as a con because it’s not meant to be used to take beautiful photos by any stretch of the imagination, but if for whatever reason you were counting on it, that’s probably not the product for you.-The passively cooled models feel VERY hot VERY quickly under medium to high loads, to the point where anyone would be alarmed on most laptops, But having monitored the thing with temperature monitoring software the cpu sits on very reasonable temperatures (35-40c on idle and light loads and up to 65c on heavier loads, I’ve never gotten it to 70c) so this is probably just a side effect of the passive cooling.I’m writing this review in winter, so the warmth is actually fairly pleasant, but I don’t know how well it would handle very hot summers like we get here.Despite writing many cons here I’m very pleased with the device, it does what it’s meant to and more than I expected and I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants a tablet type device for taking notes and lazy internet browsing but doesn’t want to give up the functionality of a proper laptop.That is assuming you don’t do anything very demanding on your laptop like high level gaming or running AI training.

    12 people found this helpful
    April 4, 2019