SQ1 Surface Pro X
Here's what you need to know about 2019 SQ1 Surface Pro X including price, display info, CPU, RAM, storage, battery, and more.
Our analysis and reviews
What we like
Reasons to like about SQ1 Surface Pro X.
SQ1 Surface Pro X exceed all minimum system requirements for Windows 11.
|Requirements||SQ1 Surface Pro X|
|TPM 2.0||TPM 2.0|
|4GB RAM||8GB → 16GB|
|64GB Drive||128GB → 1TB|
|2 Cores CPU||8 cores|
According to Microsoft, the SQ1 Surface Pro X lasts up to 13 hours of battery life.Up to 13 hours of typical device usage
SQ1 Surface Pro X comes with a single removable M.2 SSD slot that you can replace and upgrade in the future. Learn more
|Storage Slots||SQ1 Surface Pro X|
What we don't like
Reasons not to like about SQ1 Surface Pro X.
The memory on SQ1 Surface Pro X is soldered to the motherboard, and there is no additional RAM slot for expansion. Since you can't change or add more RAM after you buy, you want to make sure you pick the configuration with the right amount of memory at the initial purchase. Learn more
|Memory||SQ1 Surface Pro X|
|Slots||0 - Onboard|
Improvements over its predecessor.
It's the thinnest Surface Pro ever at just 7.3mm thin with a larger 13” edge-to-edge PixelSense display.
The new Surface Pro X comes with blazing-fast LTE connectivity as standard.
Custom-made by Microsoft in partnership with Qualcomm for delivering the best performance and battery life.
The new Surface Pro engineering allows users to access M.2 2230 SSD right under the kickstand.
It's not Windows RT! It can run most desktop apps in the 32-bit emulator.
Here are highlighted features
- Supports fast charging,
- Supports dual far-field studio mics
- Has 2 x USB-C ports
- 2W stereo speakers
- and 4K rear camera
Downsides over its predecessor.
- No MicroSD card reader
- No Headset jack