The Surface Pro X 2020 is here to try to usher in the Windows-on-ARM revolution that Microsoft couldn’t pull off with the first version of this 2-in-1. And there are several upgrades that aim to take the best tablet crown away from the iPad Pro 2020.
The biggest upgrade is Microsoft’s new SQ2 chip, which promises better performance (in select configurations). You can also now expect up to 15 hours of battery life across all models, which is up from an already impressive 13 hours.
Other perks include a new Platinum finish, and there are three new Surface Pro X keyboard colors. But we’re most interested to see how well Windows on ARM will perform now that Microsoft says it is increasing the number of app partners. Here’s everything we know about the Surface Pro X 2020 so far.