Microsoft announced an upgraded Surface Pro 7 today by the name Surface Pro 7+, which is not sold directly to the consumer market. Instead this tablet is sold to the enterprise market through retailers like Verizon Business and so on:
This isn’t the first time Microsoft has upgraded one of their tablets purely for the enterprise sector, but they simply used to be given the additional moniker LTE Advanced at the end of the Surface name previously, or just get a quiet processor upgrade.
The Surface Pro 7+ is fundamentally the same tablet as the Surface Pro 7, but it’s been upgraded with choices of 11th gen. Intel Core i3-1115G4, i5-1135G7, and i7-1165G7 processors, along with Iris Xe Graphics, removable SSD storage units, up to 32GB RAM, optional 4G LTE, and a battery that Microsoft says can last 15 hours.
– Tom Bowen