Surface Pro 8
The Surface Pro 8 is “the most powerful two-and-one in the market,” Peter Kyriacou, vice president of Microsoft devices, said during the Microsoft event. The PC is built on the Intel Evo platform with 11th-gen Intel Core processing with a design delivering more than 43 percent more compute power and 75 percent faster graphics than Surface Pro 7, up to 32 GB of RAM, 16 hours of battery life and Thunderbolt 4 connectivity.
The Surface Pro 8 is more than twice as fast as the Surface Pro 7, according to Microsoft.
Surface Pro 8 has a full-range kickstand, detachable keyboard, studio microphones, Dolby Atmos sound and a front-facing camera center right. It has a high-resolution 13 inch PixelSense display with thin bezels, more than 5.5 million pixels, Dolby Vision, 120Hz refresh rate and adaptive color technology that adjusts to environments’ color, temperature and lighting.
The Surface Pro 8 works with the Surface Slim Pen 2, which uses a custom processor called the Microsoft G6 that allows for small mechanical vibrations to mimic the pen-on-paper feeling. The pen has a sharper tip and promises more accuracy and control and it prompts a customizable pen menu when using Windows 11, Microsoft said.