The design of the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 laptop, built on the Intel Evo platform, has been upscaled for users to keep up with today’s fast-paced digital lifestyle.
Built on the 11th Gen Intel Core i5 processors, Microsoft Surface Pro 8’s high-speed connections with two thunderbolts create the ultimate productivity setup with multiple 4K monitors.
The personalized Surface Pro 8 with Surface Adaptive kit, a flexible set of tactile tools that can be used in many ways features keycap labels, port indicators, and 3-dimensional stickers to easily use and connect your computer and compatible accessories.
Microsoft Surface Pro 8: Laptop’s Power and Tablet’s Flexibility in One Device
With the Microsoft Surface Pro, you get the Surface Pro signature keyboard feature to type in comfort with backlit keys and a large glass touchpad. This touchpad helps to support fast and accurate typing while the Slim Pen 2 feature allows you to transition seamlessly from writing to typing on paired devices. The Slim Pen 2 also stores securely and recharges in the premium keyboard, which supports the Microsoft Pen Protocol (MPP).
The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 laptop has a built-in 50MP with 1080p front camera for full HD video and 10MP with a 4K video rear auto-focus camera for enhanced picture and video quality.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 also has a WiFi 6 network connection for ultra-fast bandwidth for users to get the huge capacity to transmit their data and other information formats.
The Surface Pro 8 has a 13-inch pixel sense flow display, a resolution of 2880 x 1920 which is up to 120Hz refresh rate, and weighs 1.96 lb. The memory capacity is 8GB, 16GB, 32GB (LPDDR4 x RAM).
Inside the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 box, you find the power supply, quick start guide, and warranty documents.
The laptop comes in graphite and platinum colours and has a battery capacity of nominal, 51.5Wh and minimal, 50.2Wh.