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Microsoft Surface Pro 8

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The Surface Pro 8 is the best new Surface in years, with an all-new design and faster internals than ever. However, the higher price is going to get in the way for some.

By Tom’s Hardware
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Windows 11, a 120 Hz display, new cameras and a redesigned Type Cover help make the Surface Pro feel modern again.

By Tom’s Guide
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The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 features a powerful 11th gen Intel CPU and a vivid 13-inch display. It also offers Windows 11 out of the gate. Though not suitable for gaming, it’s a good 2-in-1 for everyday use and is a worthy update to the Microsoft Surface line.

By Engadget
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The Surface Pro is incrementally better in its eighth generation, with a fast-refreshing screen, much-requested Thunderbolt 4 support and a return to long battery life. But it’s also more expensive than ever, with a $350 higher starting price that effectively wipes out any price advantage it once had over premium ultraportable laptops. The pricier the Surface Pro gets, the more caveats I have to append to my recommendation.

By The Verge
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It’s really targeting enthusiasts for the Surface Pro form factor — people who need the most performance in the thinnest and lightest chassis possible. In the past, those people haven’t quite had a device that met all of their needs. For the past two years, you’ve had to compromise on performance to get a Windows tablet that looked this cool. This year, you no longer have to sacrifice that performance. You just have to sacrifice some extra cash.

By DigitalTrends
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The Surface Pro 8 is easily the best Windows 2-in-1 you can buy.

By PCworld
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On paper, the Surface Pro 8 looks like an excellent upgrade to Microsoft’s tablet lineup. We’re still not sure why it underperforms the competition in some regards, delivering wildly inconsistent benchmark results.

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