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Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black

Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black

Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
Microsoft Surface Pro X – 13" Touch-Screen – SQ1 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive – Wifi + 4G Lte – Matte Black
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Features

  • No Wi-Fi, no problem — in addition to Wi-Fi, every model comes enabled with blazing-fast LTE Advanced Pro connectivity
  • Perfect for your on-the-go lifestyle — sleek and slim, in Matte Black, Surface Pro X is just 7.3mm thin and starts at 1.7 pounds
  • See more and do more on a 13” screen. Virtually edge-to-edge PixelSense Display touchscreen and Surface signature 3:2 ratio gives you the most workspace possible
  • Powered by Qualcomm, the new custom Microsoft SQ1 processor delivers multitasking laptop performance, long battery life, and fast LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Ultra-slim and versatile design. Surface Pro X adapts to you, transforming from ultra-thin laptop, to powerful tablet, to portable studio

Description

You’re always one step ahead. So is Surface Pro X. Sleek design and ultimate mobility combine with razor-thin bezels that take your ideas to the edge of the brilliant 13” touchscreen. Stay connected and work more efficiently anywhere with blazing-fast LTE.3 For a premium laptop experience on the go, click Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen* in place. The Pen stores securely and recharges in the keyboard, so it’s always at your fingertips. Connections 2 x USB-C, 1 x Surface Connect port, Surface Keyboard connector port and 1 x nano SIM.


Standing screen display size 13 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1


Graphics Coprocessor 2880 x 1920


Card Description Integrated


Average Battery Life (in hours) 13 Hours


Brand Microsoft


Series Surface Pro


Item model number MJX-00001


Operating System Windows 10 Home


Item Weight 1.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 8.2 x 11.3 x 0.28 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 8.2 x 11.3 x 0.28 inches


Color Matte Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP


Processor Brand Qualcomm


Processor Count 1


Computer Memory Type Unknown


Flash Memory Size 128 GB


Hard Drive Interface Unknown


Power Source Battery


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


ASIN B07YNHBVGJ


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 190 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #12,172 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #343 in Computer Tablets


Date First Available October 2, 2019


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Features

  • No Wi-Fi, no problem — in addition to Wi-Fi, every model comes enabled with blazing-fast LTE Advanced Pro connectivity
  • Perfect for your on-the-go lifestyle — sleek and slim, in Matte Black, Surface Pro X is just 7.3mm thin and starts at 1.7 pounds
  • See more and do more on a 13” screen. Virtually edge-to-edge PixelSense Display touchscreen and Surface signature 3:2 ratio gives you the most workspace possible
  • Powered by Qualcomm, the new custom Microsoft SQ1 processor delivers multitasking laptop performance, long battery life, and fast LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Ultra-slim and versatile design. Surface Pro X adapts to you, transforming from ultra-thin laptop, to powerful tablet, to portable studio

Description

You’re always one step ahead. So is Surface Pro X. Sleek design and ultimate mobility combine with razor-thin bezels that take your ideas to the edge of the brilliant 13” touchscreen. Stay connected and work more efficiently anywhere with blazing-fast LTE.3 For a premium laptop experience on the go, click Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen* in place. The Pen stores securely and recharges in the keyboard, so it’s always at your fingertips. Connections 2 x USB-C, 1 x Surface Connect port, Surface Keyboard connector port and 1 x nano SIM.


Standing screen display size 13 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1


Graphics Coprocessor 2880 x 1920


Card Description Integrated


Average Battery Life (in hours) 13 Hours


Brand Microsoft


Series Surface Pro


Item model number MJX-00001


Operating System Windows 10 Home


Item Weight 1.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 8.2 x 11.3 x 0.28 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 8.2 x 11.3 x 0.28 inches


Color Matte Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP


Processor Brand Qualcomm


Processor Count 1


Computer Memory Type Unknown


Flash Memory Size 128 GB


Hard Drive Interface Unknown


Power Source Battery


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


ASIN B07YNHBVGJ


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 190 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #12,172 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #343 in Computer Tablets


Date First Available October 2, 2019


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • No Wi-Fi, no problem — in addition to Wi-Fi, every model comes enabled with blazing-fast LTE Advanced Pro connectivity
  • Perfect for your on-the-go lifestyle — sleek and slim, in Matte Black, Surface Pro X is just 7.3mm thin and starts at 1.7 pounds
  • See more and do more on a 13” screen. Virtually edge-to-edge PixelSense Display touchscreen and Surface signature 3:2 ratio gives you the most workspace possible
  • Powered by Qualcomm, the new custom Microsoft SQ1 processor delivers multitasking laptop performance, long battery life, and fast LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Ultra-slim and versatile design. Surface Pro X adapts to you, transforming from ultra-thin laptop, to powerful tablet, to portable studio

Description

You’re always one step ahead. So is Surface Pro X. Sleek design and ultimate mobility combine with razor-thin bezels that take your ideas to the edge of the brilliant 13” touchscreen. Stay connected and work more efficiently anywhere with blazing-fast LTE.3 For a premium laptop experience on the go, click Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen* in place. The Pen stores securely and recharges in the keyboard, so it’s always at your fingertips. Connections 2 x USB-C, 1 x Surface Connect port, Surface Keyboard connector port and 1 x nano SIM.


Standing screen display size 13 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1


Graphics Coprocessor 2880 x 1920


Card Description Integrated


Average Battery Life (in hours) 13 Hours


Brand Microsoft


Series Surface Pro


Item model number MJX-00001


Operating System Windows 10 Home


Item Weight 1.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 8.2 x 11.3 x 0.28 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 8.2 x 11.3 x 0.28 inches


Color Matte Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP


Processor Brand Qualcomm


Processor Count 1


Computer Memory Type Unknown


Flash Memory Size 128 GB


Hard Drive Interface Unknown


Power Source Battery


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


ASIN B07YNHBVGJ


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 190 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #12,172 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #343 in Computer Tablets


Date First Available October 2, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews I've used Surface computers for a long time and this is the only one I ever disliked and ever returned. I do not recommend this computer and suggest you buy the Surface Pro 7 instead. This computer is basically a $1,300 Chrombook. It has "Pro" in the name but there's nothing professional about this computer. You can't use any of your peripherals with it, and you probably can't run all of your software on it. The only things you can do with this machine for sure are browse the web and office, and you'll do it all slower than if you bought a Surface Pro. Beyond that everything is a crapshoot. None - literally none - of the software I use will work on this machine. I contacted the developers of a bunch of the software I use and they all said they have no plans to support it. Only a subset of Windows software will run on this computer, and only a subset of that subset will run at full speed. Most things you'll use - including Office to a degree - use an emulation layer that runs about 2x as slow and increases battery usage. The software problems are bad enough but the design of this machine is also terrible. The bezels are phone sized instead of tablet sized so you will always have your hand covering part of the screen. It will also sometimes get confused and sense your hands holding the screen and click things you didn't want to click. The design is almost unusable as a tablet. The Signature Type Cover with the pen holder has a super thick bulge, so this "super thin" tablet is actually more thick than a Surface Pro when you count the case. You can't plug in headphones - so if you like lossless audio or are a musician you are out of luck. You can't use regular USB devices so hopefully you don't want to hook anything up. Both of those can be accomplished with dongles, which are sold separately, and you'll lose, and are goofy as heck and not "pro." The problems go on. If I had to sum it all up I'd describe this machine as one that sabotages itself. Every single thing this machine claims is a feature it negated by a problem. Its a tablet you can't hold. Its a laptop you can't run your software on. Its a "pro" machine you can't hook anything up to or install any pro software on. Its got amazing performance and battery life except when it runs any apps and then it is slower and uses more battery. If you are considering this machine think very carefully. Make sure your software will work. Only buy this PC if your usage is limited to what comes with Win 10 and browsing. And if you only want to use it as a laptop. But, then you'd have to ask - why spend so much money on this machine when you could browse the web and use email on any laptop? And if you want to do any real work or creating on this PC - what the Surface line was built for and what Pro in the name implies - this machine wont work for you. In closing, this is a machine with all of the drawbacks of the iPad (too thin, no thumb sized bezels, no desktop software, no ports) but with none of its up sides - you wont find a store filled with millions of apps that do what you want.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Impractical and incompatible. Only Surface I ever returned.;;Adam;;;I wasn't sure what to expect when I bought this device (the 8gb/128gb model), but I'm actually very impressed with it. You do have to understand the limitations of the device before buying it though. To start, ARM apps run incredibly fast. It's crazy how fast they are. Using the ARM Edgium browser (you can find the exe of this online, it's not published by MS just yet) is easily as fast or faster than my 8th gen Intel laptop. Even content heavy websites load very quickly and scrolling smoothly is no problem. Every ARM app I've tried runs great. The problem comes when using x86 apps. Some apps, like MS Office, Chrome and VS Code, run great, but some apps like Spotify and 1Password run like absolute trash. They bog down the entire system and even just clicking on something can take 2-3 seconds. Adobe also claims that they will optimze all their Creative Cloud apps for ARM "soon". WSL (linux on windows) works just fine as well. Build quality is also fantastic. It feels very solid and well put together. The user replaceable SSD is a nice touch as well. Battery life is very good as well. Video playback from ARM apps like Netflix barely use any power at all. With normal use, you can easily get 9 hours out of it. The LTE connection is also strong and works great. I'm using it with T-Mobile and I get about the same speeds as my Note 10. I leave the LTE connected all the time (even while connected to wifi) with very little battery sacrifice (the advantages or ARM/Qualcomm chips is really shown here). If you use a Digits SIM (T-Mobile only), you can actually get texts and make calls from this device too. There are some strange bugs, like the display being very dim after waking up from sleep (you can fix this by manually increasing the brightness), and night light not working on external displays, but hopefully Microsoft will fix them soon with firmware updates. Overall, if you already have a main laptop and just want a secondary device, this is a good choice. I do wish it was cheaper, since with a keyboard it's going to be at least $1100, and maybe released a few months later. It's a little strange that their own Edge (chromium) browser and Office don't officially support ARM yet.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Really really good, but not perfect;;Bananas;;;it's not a 64 bit machine, so this will be a big issue, can't run Photoshop, its not worth the money. It will need to come with all the attachments, keyboard, pen, and whatever needed to use with the USB port other wise you will be nickeled to death for the cost in accessories. The only attraction is the LTE 4G, otherwise it's another RT computer. We will have to wait a year or two for software to ketch up.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;surface pro x;;Amazon Customer;;;Research the processor before buying. The aesthetics are top notch. The battery beyond belief! That being said, I can run programs, with some notice of an overlay, or emulation, as others have put it. x64 install results in a missing program. THIS CANNOT RUN X64. Microsoft has promised a future work around so in the future x64 WILL RUN. does not mean there is a lack of software to support needs. I use sketchbook from autodesk 8.5.1 which was their last x32 support installer. Chrome runs, firefox runs, steam runs. Autocad? No, but im not an engineer, surface 7 can and its 300 - 500 bucks cheaper. I have an i9 monster hpc so power isnt the buying point, nor should it be for anyone, buying this computer. Its graphics are weaker than intel and nvidia. That being said youve been warned. The positives outway the cons. I love surfaces and the screen and drawing on this is beasty. It runs LoL, I dont play, haha. I run steam in home streaming from that hpc without any issue running on AC 5ghz. It runs what I need and does more than I ask. Cool for Microsoft to be building their own specialized chips, hence the cost! I draw and type notes in college with this amazingly beautiful and sleek machine. It does a lot more than a google tablet/android based craptab. Its certainly fun to use the slim pen. Add a protector and some protective cosmetic stickers and youll be loving it as much as I do.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best Graphics Tablet;;conor

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Adam - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019
Impractical and incompatible. Only Surface I ever returned.
I've used Surface computers for a long time and this is the only one I ever disliked and ever returned. I do not recommend this computer and suggest you buy the Surface Pro 7 instead. This computer is basically a $1,300 Chrombook. It has "Pro" in the name but there's nothing professional about this computer. You can't use any of your peripherals with it, and you probably can't run all of your software on it. The only things you can do with this machine for sure are browse the web and office, and you'll do it all slower than if you bought a Surface Pro. Beyond that everything is a crapshoot. None - literally none - of the software I use will work on this machine. I contacted the developers of a bunch of the software I use and they all said they have no plans to support it. Only a subset of Windows software will run on this computer, and only a subset of that subset will run at full speed. Most things you'll use - including Office to a degree - use an emulation layer that runs about 2x as slow and increases battery usage. The software problems are bad enough but the design of this machine is also terrible. The bezels are phone sized instead of tablet sized so you will always have your hand covering part of the screen. It will also sometimes get confused and sense your hands holding the screen and click things you didn't want to click. The design is almost unusable as a tablet. The Signature Type Cover with the pen holder has a super thick bulge, so this "super thin" tablet is actually more thick than a Surface Pro when you count the case. You can't plug in headphones - so if you like lossless audio or are a musician you are out of luck. You can't use regular USB devices so hopefully you don't want to hook anything up. Both of those can be accomplished with dongles, which are sold separately, and you'll lose, and are goofy as heck and not "pro." The problems go on. If I had to sum it all up I'd describe this machine as one that sabotages itself. Every single thing this machine claims is a feature it negated by a problem. Its a tablet you can't hold. Its a laptop you can't run your software on. Its a "pro" machine you can't hook anything up to or install any pro software on. Its got amazing performance and battery life except when it runs any apps and then it is slower and uses more battery. If you are considering this machine think very carefully. Make sure your software will work. Only buy this PC if your usage is limited to what comes with Win 10 and browsing. And if you only want to use it as a laptop. But, then you'd have to ask - why spend so much money on this machine when you could browse the web and use email on any laptop? And if you want to do any real work or creating on this PC - what the Surface line was built for and what Pro in the name implies - this machine wont work for you. In closing, this is a machine with all of the drawbacks of the iPad (too thin, no thumb sized bezels, no desktop software, no ports) but with none of its up sides - you wont find a store filled with millions of apps that do what you want.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Bananas - Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2019
Really really good, but not perfect
I wasn't sure what to expect when I bought this device (the 8gb/128gb model), but I'm actually very impressed with it. You do have to understand the limitations of the device before buying it though. To start, ARM apps run incredibly fast. It's crazy how fast they are. Using the ARM Edgium browser (you can find the exe of this online, it's not published by MS just yet) is easily as fast or faster than my 8th gen Intel laptop. Even content heavy websites load very quickly and scrolling smoothly is no problem. Every ARM app I've tried runs great. The problem comes when using x86 apps. Some apps, like MS Office, Chrome and VS Code, run great, but some apps like Spotify and 1Password run like absolute trash. They bog down the entire system and even just clicking on something can take 2-3 seconds. Adobe also claims that they will optimze all their Creative Cloud apps for ARM "soon". WSL (linux on windows) works just fine as well. Build quality is also fantastic. It feels very solid and well put together. The user replaceable SSD is a nice touch as well. Battery life is very good as well. Video playback from ARM apps like Netflix barely use any power at all. With normal use, you can easily get 9 hours out of it. The LTE connection is also strong and works great. I'm using it with T-Mobile and I get about the same speeds as my Note 10. I leave the LTE connected all the time (even while connected to wifi) with very little battery sacrifice (the advantages or ARM/Qualcomm chips is really shown here). If you use a Digits SIM (T-Mobile only), you can actually get texts and make calls from this device too. There are some strange bugs, like the display being very dim after waking up from sleep (you can fix this by manually increasing the brightness), and night light not working on external displays, but hopefully Microsoft will fix them soon with firmware updates. Overall, if you already have a main laptop and just want a secondary device, this is a good choice. I do wish it was cheaper, since with a keyboard it's going to be at least $1100, and maybe released a few months later. It's a little strange that their own Edge (chromium) browser and Office don't officially support ARM yet.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019
surface pro x
it's not a 64 bit machine, so this will be a big issue, can't run Photoshop, its not worth the money. It will need to come with all the attachments, keyboard, pen, and whatever needed to use with the USB port other wise you will be nickeled to death for the cost in accessories. The only attraction is the LTE 4G, otherwise it's another RT computer. We will have to wait a year or two for software to ketch up.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By conor - Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2019
Best Graphics Tablet
Research the processor before buying. The aesthetics are top notch. The battery beyond belief! That being said, I can run programs, with some notice of an overlay, or emulation, as others have put it. x64 install results in a missing program. THIS CANNOT RUN X64. Microsoft has promised a future work around so in the future x64 WILL RUN. does not mean there is a lack of software to support needs. I use sketchbook from autodesk 8.5.1 which was their last x32 support installer. Chrome runs, firefox runs, steam runs. Autocad? No, but im not an engineer, surface 7 can and its 300 - 500 bucks cheaper. I have an i9 monster hpc so power isnt the buying point, nor should it be for anyone, buying this computer. Its graphics are weaker than intel and nvidia. That being said youve been warned. The positives outway the cons. I love surfaces and the screen and drawing on this is beasty. It runs LoL, I dont play, haha. I run steam in home streaming from that hpc without any issue running on AC 5ghz. It runs what I need and does more than I ask. Cool for Microsoft to be building their own specialized chips, hence the cost! I draw and type notes in college with this amazingly beautiful and sleek machine. It does a lot more than a google tablet/android based craptab. Its certainly fun to use the slim pen. Add a protector and some protective cosmetic stickers and youll be loving it as much as I do.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Adam - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019
Impractical and incompatible. Only Surface I ever returned.
I've used Surface computers for a long time and this is the only one I ever disliked and ever returned. I do not recommend this computer and suggest you buy the Surface Pro 7 instead. This computer is basically a $1,300 Chrombook. It has "Pro" in the name but there's nothing professional about this computer. You can't use any of your peripherals with it, and you probably can't run all of your software on it. The only things you can do with this machine for sure are browse the web and office, and you'll do it all slower than if you bought a Surface Pro. Beyond that everything is a crapshoot. None - literally none - of the software I use will work on this machine. I contacted the developers of a bunch of the software I use and they all said they have no plans to support it. Only a subset of Windows software will run on this computer, and only a subset of that subset will run at full speed. Most things you'll use - including Office to a degree - use an emulation layer that runs about 2x as slow and increases battery usage. The software problems are bad enough but the design of this machine is also terrible. The bezels are phone sized instead of tablet sized so you will always have your hand covering part of the screen. It will also sometimes get confused and sense your hands holding the screen and click things you didn't want to click. The design is almost unusable as a tablet. The Signature Type Cover with the pen holder has a super thick bulge, so this "super thin" tablet is actually more thick than a Surface Pro when you count the case. You can't plug in headphones - so if you like lossless audio or are a musician you are out of luck. You can't use regular USB devices so hopefully you don't want to hook anything up. Both of those can be accomplished with dongles, which are sold separately, and you'll lose, and are goofy as heck and not "pro." The problems go on. If I had to sum it all up I'd describe this machine as one that sabotages itself. Every single thing this machine claims is a feature it negated by a problem. Its a tablet you can't hold. Its a laptop you can't run your software on. Its a "pro" machine you can't hook anything up to or install any pro software on. Its got amazing performance and battery life except when it runs any apps and then it is slower and uses more battery. If you are considering this machine think very carefully. Make sure your software will work. Only buy this PC if your usage is limited to what comes with Win 10 and browsing. And if you only want to use it as a laptop. But, then you'd have to ask - why spend so much money on this machine when you could browse the web and use email on any laptop? And if you want to do any real work or creating on this PC - what the Surface line was built for and what Pro in the name implies - this machine wont work for you. In closing, this is a machine with all of the drawbacks of the iPad (too thin, no thumb sized bezels, no desktop software, no ports) but with none of its up sides - you wont find a store filled with millions of apps that do what you want.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Bananas - Reviewed in the United States on November 7, 2019
Really really good, but not perfect
I wasn't sure what to expect when I bought this device (the 8gb/128gb model), but I'm actually very impressed with it. You do have to understand the limitations of the device before buying it though. To start, ARM apps run incredibly fast. It's crazy how fast they are. Using the ARM Edgium browser (you can find the exe of this online, it's not published by MS just yet) is easily as fast or faster than my 8th gen Intel laptop. Even content heavy websites load very quickly and scrolling smoothly is no problem. Every ARM app I've tried runs great. The problem comes when using x86 apps. Some apps, like MS Office, Chrome and VS Code, run great, but some apps like Spotify and 1Password run like absolute trash. They bog down the entire system and even just clicking on something can take 2-3 seconds. Adobe also claims that they will optimze all their Creative Cloud apps for ARM "soon". WSL (linux on windows) works just fine as well. Build quality is also fantastic. It feels very solid and well put together. The user replaceable SSD is a nice touch as well. Battery life is very good as well. Video playback from ARM apps like Netflix barely use any power at all. With normal use, you can easily get 9 hours out of it. The LTE connection is also strong and works great. I'm using it with T-Mobile and I get about the same speeds as my Note 10. I leave the LTE connected all the time (even while connected to wifi) with very little battery sacrifice (the advantages or ARM/Qualcomm chips is really shown here). If you use a Digits SIM (T-Mobile only), you can actually get texts and make calls from this device too. There are some strange bugs, like the display being very dim after waking up from sleep (you can fix this by manually increasing the brightness), and night light not working on external displays, but hopefully Microsoft will fix them soon with firmware updates. Overall, if you already have a main laptop and just want a secondary device, this is a good choice. I do wish it was cheaper, since with a keyboard it's going to be at least $1100, and maybe released a few months later. It's a little strange that their own Edge (chromium) browser and Office don't officially support ARM yet.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2019
surface pro x
it's not a 64 bit machine, so this will be a big issue, can't run Photoshop, its not worth the money. It will need to come with all the attachments, keyboard, pen, and whatever needed to use with the USB port other wise you will be nickeled to death for the cost in accessories. The only attraction is the LTE 4G, otherwise it's another RT computer. We will have to wait a year or two for software to ketch up.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By conor - Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2019
Best Graphics Tablet
Research the processor before buying. The aesthetics are top notch. The battery beyond belief! That being said, I can run programs, with some notice of an overlay, or emulation, as others have put it. x64 install results in a missing program. THIS CANNOT RUN X64. Microsoft has promised a future work around so in the future x64 WILL RUN. does not mean there is a lack of software to support needs. I use sketchbook from autodesk 8.5.1 which was their last x32 support installer. Chrome runs, firefox runs, steam runs. Autocad? No, but im not an engineer, surface 7 can and its 300 - 500 bucks cheaper. I have an i9 monster hpc so power isnt the buying point, nor should it be for anyone, buying this computer. Its graphics are weaker than intel and nvidia. That being said youve been warned. The positives outway the cons. I love surfaces and the screen and drawing on this is beasty. It runs LoL, I dont play, haha. I run steam in home streaming from that hpc without any issue running on AC 5ghz. It runs what I need and does more than I ask. Cool for Microsoft to be building their own specialized chips, hence the cost! I draw and type notes in college with this amazingly beautiful and sleek machine. It does a lot more than a google tablet/android based craptab. Its certainly fun to use the slim pen. Add a protector and some protective cosmetic stickers and youll be loving it as much as I do.