Microsoft launches the new Surface Pro 7+ laptop that has key improvements than its predecessor, the Surface Pro 7. While the Surface Pro 7 Plus is more expensive than the Surface Pro 7 computer, it has added features that will make your investment worthwhile.
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Plus is a business 2-in-1 tablet+laptop with all the latest bells and whistles. If you are curious about what makes the two devices different, continue reading our comparison in the article below.
Comparison Between Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ and Surface Pro 7 Laptop
Both the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 and the Surface Pro 7+ have a similar design. It does not give much advantage when it comes to looks. However, the big difference is the removable SSD found at the rear back of new Surface Pro 7 Plus.
- Surface Pro 7 – It has the 10th Gen Intel Core mobile processor. Users can choose between the dual-core i3-1005G1, quad-core i5-1035G4, or quad-core i7-1065G7.
- Surface Pro 7 Plus – It utilizes the 11th General Intel Core vPro chips. Processors are available in Core i3-1115G4, Core i5-1135G7, and Core i7-1165G7.
- Surface Pro 7 – It allows up to 10.5 hours of usage
- Surface Pro 7 Plus – It offers up to 15 hours of usage with 50.4-watt-hour capacity
- Surface Pro 7 – It has SSD options in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB.
- Surface Pro 7 Plus – Storage is up to 1TB for WiFi versions but up to 256GB for LTE
- Surface Pro 7 – It has the firmware TPM with enterprise-grade protection. It includes Windows Hello face sign-in
- Surface Pro 7 Plus – It also comes with the Windows Hello facial recognition and TPM 2.0 chip for encrypted data.
- Surface Pro 7 – It is WiFi 6 compatible with Bluetooth wireless 5.0.
- Surface Pro 7 Plus – It still supports WiFi6 and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. On top of that, it has the optional LTE Advanced connectivity
If you have decided which one to get, you can check out the prices and configure your Surface Pro Plus device at the official Microsoft Store.
Which device is a more practical investment for your needs right now? Is the new Surface Pro 7 laptop worth the upgrade? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.