Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Review: Windows 11 Rejuvenates Surface
The best surface pro yet..
Tom's Hardware Verdict
Windows 11, a 120 Hz display, new cameras and a redesigned Type Cover help make the Surface Pro feel modern again.
Windows 11 is more touch friendly
120 Hz display makes for smoother writing and drawing
Type cover isn’t included
Rear camera can be fuzzy
Battery life could be longer
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The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 is finally here, introducing Windows 11 to the Surface line, plus a 120 Hz display and a bunch of refreshed internals that put the Surface Pro’s power back on par with the market’s best ultrabooks , even if it’s a little late to the Intel 11th Gen party.
While you won’t find too much added functionality here, what you will find is a refinement of everything that makes Surface Pro tablets great, which when combined with the added touch friendliness of Windows 11 , easily makes this the best Surface Pro yet.
Design of microsoft surface pro 8.
The Surface Pro 8 looks roughly the same as the Surface Pro 7 on first blush, in that it’s a mostly plain looking tablet with a kickstand that can attach to an optional type cover for expanded usability. But when you look past the, well, surface, you’ll see just how many changes the Pro 8 brings to the Surface Pro line.
First up, the 3:2 display has significantly thinner bezels, which many Surface devotees have been asking for for years. It’s also 120 Hz now, which makes for smoother writing and drawing. The right hand side of the tablet also no longer has a USB Type-A port, as Microsoft opted to replace it with a Thunderbolt 4 port. The optional Surface Pro Signature type cover now has a magnetic charging slot for a Surface Slim Pen 2, and you can actually remove the device’s SSD by lifting up the kickstand and using a SIM card removal tool. Aesthetically, it's the biggest change since the Surface Pro 3, with rounded corners and anodized aluminum. It's refreshing to see the Pro get a makeover.
Note that the SSD removal is meant for technicians to be able to recover data more than anything else, and that swapping out the SSD on your own will void your warranty.
Still, it’s a nice bit of internal accessibility for a tablet. Unfortunately, there’s also some losses here that haven’t made it over from the Surface Pro 7 yet. LTE models of the Surface Pro 8 won’t be available until 2022, and while you can technically get the Surface Pro 8 in black, several configurations are currently only available in silver.
As a general tablet, the Surface Pro 8 is a fairly small device when compared to 13 inch laptops and convertibles with comparable specs. Its 11.3 x 8.2 x 0.37 inch footprint is compact when compared to the 11.6 x 7.8 x 0.6 inch footprint on the Dell XPS 13 laptop and the 11.75 x 8.67 x 0.67 inch footprint on the HP Spectre x360 14 convertible. Even the ThinkPad X1 Nano , which makes size a top consideration, is still generally larger than it at 11.75 x 8.67 x 0.67 inches. Of course, those all have built in keyboards.
At 1.96 pounds, The Surface Pro 8 is also lightweight. The ThinkPad X1 Nano is close to it at 1.99 pounds, but the Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre x360 14 are much heavier than it at 2.8 pounds and 2.95 pounds respectively.
Unfortunately, as a tablet, the Surface Pro 8 doesn’t have many options when it comes to ports. You’ll only have access to two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a proprietary Surface Connect port for either charging or connecting your device to a dock.
Productivity Performance of Microsoft Surface Pro 8
Aside from its move to Windows 11 , you won’t find any major changes to the Surface Pro 8’s components except for a generation refresh. Apple may have iPads with its proprietary M1 chip now, but the Surface lineup is sticking with Intel. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though. In testing with our Core i7-1185G7 review model with 16GB of memory, the Surface Pro 8 generally outperformed other 13-inch computing options.
In Geekbench 5, a synthetic benchmark for testing general PC performance, the Surface Pro 8 had the highest multi-core score among all of the 13-inch laptops we tested, though it had the lowest single-core score. Meanwhile, the Dell XPS 13 was right on the Surface’s tail on multi-core performance, plus it boasted the highest single core score.
The Surface Pro 8 assumed a hefty lead in our Handbrake video encoding test, where we track how long it takes a computer to transcode a video down from 4K to FHD . In this test, it finished the transcode at least 3 minutes faster than rivals, with the ThinkPad X1 Nano being the next quickest machine.
Our file transfer test, where we measure how quickly a machine can move files, is the only place where the Surface Pro 8 and its 256GB SSD definitively stumbled. With a file transfer rate of 415.17 MBps, it was the slowest of the devices we tested. By comparison, the Dell XPS 13 was able to reach transfer speeds of 806.2 MBps.
We also ran the Surface Pro 8 through Cinebench R23 for 20 simultaneous runs, in order to simulate a long work session. During this test, the Surface Pro 8’s CPU clock speed averaged 2,576.58 MHz, while its CPU temperature sat at an average of 55.41 degrees Celsius. Scores began in the 5000s and eventually fell off to wind up mostly in the high 3000s, with a short-lived spike happening on run 17.
Display of Microsoft Surface Pro 8
The Surface Pro 8 comes with a 2880 x 1920 3:2 display that’s bright and vivid in both light and dark environments, but most importantly, it’s also got a 120 Hz refresh rate now. I tested it first by watching the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home on it, and found that I could accurately make out the picture regardless of the viewing angle. Glare was also virtually nonexistent, and the bright colors on Spider-Man’s suit stood out as rich and vibrant. Blacks were a little shallow, but not enough to be distracting against the vivid colors.
I also used the Surface Pro 8 to take notes, write, and browse the web. Here, the display’s aspect ratio helped it feel almost as natural to work with as paper, especially in portrait mode. Meanwhile, that new 120 Hz refresh rate made the pen feel way less laggy and contributed to the feeling of working with a real notebook .
Still, the 13-inch laptop space is full of great screens. The Surface Pro 8 only took second place in both color and brightness among the devices we tested, with the HP Spectre x360 14 being more colorful and the Dell XPS 13 being brighter. But for a great balance across both color and brightness, the Surface Pro 8 was the clear leader.
Keyboard, Touchpad and Surface Slim Pen 2 with Microsoft Surface Pro 8
If there’s one thing the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 has over more traditional laptops, it's a wide variety of input methods. The device comes with touchscreen controls by default, which are now easier to handle thanks to the larger icons and more tap friendly UX in Windows 11, but buying a type cover will also give you a full-sized tenkeyless keyboard complete with an Fn row, touchpad and media keys. And, of course, the Alcantara fabric is soft on the wrists. Plus, you can get the Type Cover now in a bundle with the Surface Slim Pen 2 stylus, complete with a magnetic charging cradle that can be hidden away while you type. This is similar to what we first saw on the Surface Pro X' s type cover. The Signature Type Cover bundled with the Surface Slim Pen 2 costs $279.99 on top of the Surface Pro 8, while a Signature Type Cover on its own is $179.99.
The Type Cover itself has pleasant to use chiclet style keys with surprisingly generous feeling travel for how thin it is. In my time with the Surface, these keys didn’t leave any marks on the tablet screen when I closed the type cover, but it’s possible that this could change over the course of long-term ownership. I was also impressed with how fast I could comfortably type on the type cover, reaching up to 85 words-per-minute on 10fastfingers.com. I’m a conscientious typer, so that’s a fairly high score for me.
That said, the Type Cover does feel unstable and bendy in its default, angled position. You can sit it flat against your desk if you prefer, although I found this was less comfortable and cut my wpm down to 78.
The precision touchpad that comes with the Surface Pro 8 is surprisingly large at 4 x 3.25 inches and is arguably smoother than the touch screen. I had no issues using it to input two-finger multi-touch gestures like scrolling. Unfortunately, I couldn’t reliably input three-finger gestures like switching apps, usually having to perform the gesture multiple times to get the tablet to do what I wanted.
The Surface Slim Pen 2 provides a smooth and tactile writing experience with plenty of programmable buttons. I didn’t notice its new haptic feedback feature, which uses rumble to help simulate the feeling of writing on paper as well as let you know how much pressure you’re exerting, at first. But after I adjusted the rumble to 75% intensity, I had a comfortable level of haptics that made writing feel just a little more natural. Setting the effect to 100% intensity made it a little too overbearing to actually tell how much pressure I was using, plus a little too distracting to be useful. But once you find a level that you’re comfortable with, it is a nice if not entirely life-changing bonus. Writing by hand became more satisfying, at the very least, although I’m not sure my doodles got any better. If you don't get the Slim Pen 2 with the Type Cover, it costs $129.99 on its own.
The new magnetic charging cradle for the Slim Pen 2 that’s built into the Surface Pro 8 Type Cover makes storing the stylus a breeze, and to be honest, I don’t know if I would bother using the stylus much without it.
Audio of Microsoft Surface Pro 8
The Surface Pro 8 has better speakers than any 13 inch device has a right to have. Sound comes out of the side of the laptop with the webcam on it (top-firing if resting on its kickstand), and presents clear vocals and deep bass with very little lost information.
In fact, when I listened to Montero (Call Me By Your Name) on the Surface Pro 8, I had an easier time making out some lyrics than I do on my Sennheiser headphones. Audio can also get loud, with the speakers easily filling my entire 2-bedroom apartment with music at 100%. My comfortable listening volume was around 35%.
The only downside here is there’s no included audio software, so you’ll have to go to third-party solutions if you want to play with an equalizer.
Battery Life of Microsoft Surface Pro 8
As a tablet that’s designed to serve as a daily sidekick for both work and play, battery life is important for the Surface Pro 8. Unfortunately, it had only decent results in our in-home battery life benchmark, which continually streams video, browses the web, and runs OpenGL tests over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of average brightness. While it lasted for just over 9 hours under these conditions, competing devices were able to reach up to 12 hours.
Heat on Microsoft Surface Pro 8
Since the Surface Pro 8 is a tablet with a detachable keyboard, I only measured the heat on the tablet part of the device. I did this during the 15th of 20 consecutive Cinebench R23 runs, to get a feel for how hot this device gets during heavy workloads.
At the center of the tablet, I read a temperature of 42.6 degrees Celsius (108.68 degrees Fahrenheit), although there was a hotspot slightly above it that came in at 44.9 degrees Celsius (112.82 degrees Fahrenheit). While these temperatures aren’t hot enough to damage your device, I would recommend propping the Surface Pro 8 up on its kickstand for heavy workloads. Unless, of course, you need to warm up your hands.
On that note, we didn’t notice any change in the Surface Pro 8’s temperature based on whether it was propped up on its kickstand or not.
Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Webcam
With rear cameras and the ability to remove the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 from its keyboard and hold it like a phone, having a good built-in webcam is more important for this device than the average 13-inch laptop. Luckily, the Surface Pro 8’s 1080p front camera and 4k rear camera deliver on this use case, although not without the occasional artifact or oversaturated color.
The first issue I noticed with this webcam is that bright colors tended to be oversaturated in photos I took with the front camera. I normally picture myself as a dirty blonde, but my hair hardly looks faded at all in photos taken with the front camera. That’s not necessarily a problem, and can be flattering in a way. But if you’re looking for accurate colors, it’s something to keep in mind. On the plus side, this issue became less noticeable in photos I took under dimmer lighting.
The rear camera fidelity is perhaps the bigger problem here. Despite featuring a technically more advanced sensor, I found photos I took with this camera appeared far dimmer and more full of artifacts than photos I took with the front camera. If you’re just planning to make video calls with the Surface Pro 8, this won’t be a problem. Just don’t expect to shoot your next 4K masterpiece on it.
Front Camera Pics
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Software and Warranty Included With Microsoft Surface Pro 8
A benefit to buying a device straight from Microsoft is that you don’t have to deal with much bloatware. Most of the time, at least. Our Surface Pro 8 only came pre-installed with Surface-based utility apps and the default Windows 11 programs. This is roughly the same assortment of apps the Windows 10 ships with by default, although there is a new, free, browser-based video editor called Clipchamp hidden away in the new Start menu. Microsoft acquired Clipchamp in September of this year, so be prepared to see it more often across the company’s devices.
Of course, Windows 11 is here. You can read more about Windows 11 over in my colleague Andrew E. Freedman’s launch day impressions , but it makes the Surface Pro 8 feel far more usable. While we’ve expressed complaints about the Windows 11 UX refresh before, it’s plenty at home in a touch environment. That’s thanks to larger icons, a Start menu that’s organized like a phone’s app tray and the ability to quickly snap where apps show up on your screen to match preset layouts.
As far as utility apps go, there is an app simply named Surface that shows you your warranty and serial number, plus lets you adjust your Surface Slim Pen 2 settings if you own one. Microsoft Whiteboard also gets some more prominence here, as while it’s been around for a while, there’s now a dedicated (but reprogrammable) button on the Surface Slim Pen 2 to open it.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 comes with a 1-year limited warranty.
Configurations of Microsoft Surface Pro 8
The Surface Pro 8 currently has 8 configurations up for order, with the one we reviewed having an Intel Core i7-1185G7 CPU, 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM and a 256GB SSD. This model costs $1,599 for just the tablet.
On Microsoft's site, it is promoting the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen 2, a bundle with both peripherals for an extra $279.99. That Type Cover by itself is $199.99 (and still has the slot for the pen), while the Slim Pen on its own is $129.99. A version of this keyboard with a built-in fingerprint reader is $199.99.
If you need to save some money, you can lower your specs down to a Core i5 model with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. This costs $1,099 (without the type cover). Other i5 permutations with varying RAM and SSD capacities exist up to $1,399 (again, without the type cover), but you can also go more expensive than our review configuration if money is not an issue.
The most decked out configuration of the Surface Pro 8 you can get right now costs $2,599 (for just the tablet) and comes with the same CPU as our review configuration but has 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD.
Microsoft did confirm to us that you can continue to use Type Covers from some older Surface models on the Surface Pro 8, which might make upgrading more approachable than buying this as your first Surface. Unfortunately, the company did not give us details on which covers are backwards compatible.
Much of what makes the Surface Pro 8 unique compared to previous models comes more with the move to Windows 11 and an upgrade to its accessories than in any changes to the device itself. The thin-bezeled, 120
Hz, 3:2 screen is brilliant and convenient for both play and productivity, and the refreshed internals make this tablet powerful for a 13-inch device, but you won’t find too much has changed in terms of functionality.
The Surface Slim Pen 2’s new haptic feedback feature is also a nice touch, although it isn’t worth upgrading for on its own. It's also helpful to have a place to store it and charge it in the Type Cover. It's nice to see this come over from the Surface Pro X.
But aside from these changes, you’ll probably continue to use the Surface Pro 8 as you used previous Surface devices. You’ll just be doing so with a new 120 Hz display that’s more suited for productivity, surprisingly high fidelity audio, better webcams, a more touch friendly operating system and more powerful processing.
If you want a device that has most of those benefits but is also cheaper, you might want to opt for the Dell XPS 13 , which offers a more traditional laptop experience. True, it’s actually more expensive than the Surface model we reviewed, but that’s no longer the case once you add on a type cover.
Meanwhile, the ThinkPad X1 Nano mostly keeps up with the Surface Pro 8 on power, but has a longer battery life and is still fairly thin despite being a laptop as opposed to a tablet. Unfortunately, it’s also about the same price as the Surface Pro 8 (with a type cover) if you buy it with comparable specs.
Finally, the HP Spectre x360 14 is generally weaker than the Surface Pro 8, but will give you a similar experience for cheaper (assuming you buy a type cover for your Surface) thanks to being a convertible.
Michelle Ehrhardt is an editor at Tom's Hardware. She's been following tech since her family got a Gateway running Windows 95, and is now on her third custom-built system. Her work has been published in publications like Paste, The Atlantic, and Kill Screen, just to name a few. She also holds a master's degree in game design from NYU.
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Microsoft announced a new version of the Surface Pro last week, along with the Surface Laptop Studio . The Surface Pro 8 feels very much like a logical evolution of Microsoft’s tablet / laptop. Some of the more notable improvements include a 120Hz display with slimmer bezels, Thunderbolt 4 support, as well as a reworked surface keyboard that includes a dedicated space to store and charge the new Surface Slim Pen 2 .
Meanwhile, the Surface Laptop Studio features a uniquely hinged screen and more powerful hardware. This is effectively a replacement for the Surface Book 3, with a three-point adjustable display that can lay flat for drawing or snap upright to deliver a more traditional laptop experience. This laptop comes equipped with an Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti GPU and a four-core, 4.8GHz, 11th Gen Intel processor.
Perhaps the coolest thing to come out of the event was the Surface Slim Pen 2, which aesthetically appears like any other stylus, but includes haptic feedback to simulate the subtle tactile response you get from putting a pen to paper. While the inclusion of a stylus is hardly revolutionary, improvements to the overall user experience are nice to see.
But how do the new Surface Pro 8 and the Surface Laptop Studio stack up against other laptops that occupy the creator and power user space? We’ve collected a few of our favorites below for comparison based on our early impressions and spec sheets, with full reviews to follow in the coming weeks.
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Versus the Surface Laptop Studio
We chose the 14-inch models of the HP Spectre X360 and the Acer ConceptD Ezel because of their competitive pricing, which includes a stylus, and also for their ability to reorient themselves in some creative ways. (The new Microsoft devices don’t include the Surface Slim Pen 2, which costs $130 separately.) The Spectre is technically a 2-in-1 and can operate effectively as a tablet if you flip the screen over, though it doesn’t hold it up at an angle quite like the Surface Laptop Studio. The ConceptD Ezel , meanwhile, can flip out its screen and prop itself up like an easel or lay flat like a tablet.
Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio
The Surface Laptop Studio is equipped with a three-point adjustable display that can lay flat or snap upright, along with an Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti GPU and a four-core, 11th Gen Intel processor.
We also threw in the Laptop Studio’s predecessor, the 13.5-inch Surface Book 3 . The screen may not fold or flip, but it can still operate as a tablet when detached from its keyboard. We considered adding the 15-inch version of the Surface Book 3, but its starting price of $2,300 made it just a little too expensive when stacked against its competition.
Still, the Surface Laptop Studio sets itself apart by offering a greater battery life and likely a superior dedicated GPU option to any of these other machines. It also has the distinction of being the only laptop in our lineup with a 120Hz refresh rate display, a feature typically reserved for gaming laptops. You’d generally need to look at a gaming-class laptop if you need a higher-end GPU.
Surface Laptop Studio Comparison
Versus the surface pro 8.
The unique form factor of Surface devices makes them tough to compare, but the Lenovo Yoga 9i and Apple MacBook M1 Air make a strong case as ultraportables outside the Surface ecosystem that cater to creatives, and we’re also including the previous-gen Surface Pro 7 for comparison.
Like previous generations of Surface, the new Surface Pro 8 doesn’t come with a pen or keyboard to start. The new Slim Pen 2 and Surface Pro Signature Keyboard will cost you $130 and $180, respectively, but can also be bundled for $280 . Obviously, the other laptops we’re discussing come with built-in keyboards, and the Yoga i9 includes the pen as well.
Microsoft Surface Pro 8
The Surface Pro 8 is Microsoft’s biggest upgrade in years. The excellent 2-in-1 touts Thunderbolt 4 support, a 120Hz display, a better camera, and a more modern design. This package is bundled with a black keycover.
The Lenovo also shares many of the same hardware specifications as the Surface Pro 8, with options for an 11th Gen Core i5 or i7 CPU. It does make a couple of compromises, most notably in the resolution and refresh rate of its display. These caveats could be overlooked by anyone who needs to save a little more money, though.
The MacBook M1 Air is really the outlier of this lineup, not just because of its OS, but because it’s also the only laptop we picked that doesn’t have a touchscreen or can operate as a 2-in-1. It does, however, strike a solid balance in terms of features, performance, and price.
The biggest draw for the Surface Pro 8 — besides its unique form factor — is the display, which boasts the highest resolution and refresh rate out of the contenders below. It’s also the only model that features a 4K rear camera.
Surface Pro 8 Comparison
Correction October 1st, 2:13PM ET : The Microsoft Surface Book 3 features a USB-C 3.1 port, not a USB-C Thunderbolt 3 port as initially stated in this article. We regret the error.
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Surface Pro 8 vs. 2022 HP Spectre x360 16: Which is better?
Here is a side by side comparison between Surface Pro 8 and 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 specs including CPU, RAM, storage, battery, display, and more.
Surface Pro 8 Pros
Reasons that Surface Pro 8 is better than 2022 HP Spectre x360 16.
Surface Pro 8 supports a faster memory speed than the 2022 HP Spectre x360 16. It supports up to 4267MHz versus 3200MHz of system memory on the 2022 HP Spectre x360 16.
Surface Pro 8 weighed 1.96 pounds, 56% lighter than the 4.45 pounds 2022 HP Spectre x360 16.
2022 HP Spectre x360 16 Pros
Reasons that 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 is better than Surface Pro 8.
2022 vs. 2021
Intel Core i7-12700H inside 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 has a 142% better multi-core CPU performance score than the Intel Core i7-1185G7 inside Surface Pro 8.
Configurable up to Intel® Arc™ A370M 4GB GDDR6 vs. integrated
The 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 has a 16-inch screen size 23% larger than the 13-inch Surface Pro 8.
The 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 has more ports and slots count than the Surface Pro 8. It has seven versus six amount of ports and slots on the Surface Pro 8.
The 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 has better versatile I/O connectivity than the Surface Pro 8. It has six versus two commonly used ports and slots on the Surface Pro 8.
Similar characteristics share between Surface Pro 8 and 2022 HP Spectre x360 16.
Both laptops supports up to 32GB of system memory.
Here are the latest price updates and offers for both devices.
Microsoft has released the Surface Pro 8 , a 13-inch machine, in late-2021. It is powered by up to a quad-core Intel Core i7-1185G7 with a boost clock speed up to 4.80 GHz. The laptop has an integrated graphics option up to Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics (96 Execution Units, 400 → 1350 MHz).
On the other hand, we have the 16-inch Spectre x360 16 was introduced by HP about a year later in mid-2022. It comes with 14-core Intel Core i7-12700H with a boost clock speed up to 4.70 GHz. It has a dedicated GPU option up to Intel® Arc™ A370M with 4GB GDDR6.
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Geekbench 5 multi core.
The Surface Pro 8 has a 13-inch display which is considerably smaller than the 16-inch 2022 HP Spectre x360 16. In addition, The Surface Pro 8 weighs 1.96 lbs. about 127% lighter than the 4.45 lbs. 2022 HP Spectre x360 16. Moreover, measured at 11.3” x 8.2” x 0.37”, the Surface Pro 8 is much more portable than the 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 at 14.09” x 9.66” x 0.78”.
There are a toal number of 6 ports and slots available on Surface Pro 8. That includes a headphone jack, a Thunderbolt 4 port, a Surface Connect, a Surface Type Cover, and an SSD slot. With that said, it has a port or slot fewer than the 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 that has a USB-A port, an HDMI port, a headphone jack, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a microSD card slot, and a power port.
Moving over to upgradability, Microsoft claims that the Surface Pro 8 supports up to 32GB 4267 MHz LPDDR4X memory. However, it has an onboard memory module that is not upgradable by the users. Fortunately, it comes with a single removable M.2 SSD slot that users can replace and upgrade in the future.
For 2022 HP Spectre x360 16, it supports up to 32GB 3200 MHz DDR4 memory. Like Surface Pro 8, it has an onboard memory module that is not upgradable by the users. Luckily, it has a single removable M.2 SSD slot that users can replace or upgrade when needed.
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Microsoft Surface Pro (2017) vs. HP Spectre x360 13: Tech spec showdown
Let's see how Microsoft's latest 2-in-1 PC stacks up against the excellent convertible HP Spectre x360.
While not directly competing against each other, there are some crossovers between Microsoft's latest Surface Pro and one of the best Ultrabooks you can buy, the HP Spectre x360 . The prices hit the same mark at some levels, and while the keyboard doesn't come off the Spectre, you can fold the screen around and get to some serious digital inking.
So, let's see how one of the 2-in-1 PCs stacks up against one of the best Ultrabooks.
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Surface Pro (2017) vs. HP Spectre x360: Tech specs
Based on specs alone, it's a close race. The Spectre offers the advantage of coming with a free keyboard and pen, as well as the standard USB-C Thunderbolt 3 connectors. With the Surface Pro you have to pay extra for the pen, the keyboard and the dock. When you take that into account, it's about even on price with the Spectre.
What the Surface Pro offers is versatility. You can use the Spectre like a tablet, but it's still a laptop with its screen folded around. It's bulkier, and it's not as easy to just grab the Surface Pro, flip out the kickstand and be on your merry way. That's even more so if you go for the LTE version, because the Spectre doesn't have LTE at all.
The bottom line
What is clear is that the Windows 10 hardware ecosystem is where it's at. You've got similarities and differences across the board, but there's no question of there being some form of awesome hardware that meets your every need.
The decision probably comes down to which form factor suits you better. While the Spectre x360 is a convertible, it doesn't offer the flexibility of the Surface Pro. You can never take the keyboard off, so you can't properly use it as a tablet.
Likewise the Surface Pro isn't always a laptop, and if that's what you want, you have to pay extra for the keyboard, and now the pen. Both these are high-end Windows 10 machines, which is best for you depends on exactly what type of experience you're looking for.
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There are a lot of excellent 2-in-1 laptops out there, and they’re perfect for those who want something that is a hybrid between a tablet and a laptop so that they can use their device on a table or in handheld mode. One of the better options to go for, and that is regularly suggested, is the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1, which is packed with features. It also has a great deal on it from HP right now, knocking it down to $1,400 from $1,700, which is a solid $300 discount that you can either save or put into some upgrades before checking out.
Why you should buy the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1
The base spec of the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 is pretty great, with an Intel Core i7-13700H, which is a mid-to-high-end CPU that will knock most productivity and day-to-day tasks out of the park, so whether you want this for work or general browsing, it’s perfect. The same goes for the impressive 16GB of RAM , which isn’t very common at this price point, so we’re certainly happy to see that, especially since it will give you a smoother day-to-day experience. The RAM can also easily handle Windows 11 , and while you only get the Home version at base spec, you can also get the Pro version for an extra $70, which isn’t worth it unless you know you need the features it offers.
If you want to do some gaming, unfortunately, there isn’t a discrete GPU with the base specifications, so you’ll mostly be able to manage indie or casual games. That said, you can upgrade to an Intel A370M GPU for an extra $230, and while it isn’t that powerful, it will give you a few more gaming options if you want it. This is also a good spot to mention that the 16-inch screen runs a 3072 x 1920 resolution with an impressive 400nits of peak brightness and, for an extra $20, an anti-reflection coating, which we absolutely encourage. There is also an OLED upgrade for $150, but that one isn’t as needed, and you should only get it if you either plan to watch a lot of content on it or spend a large time of your day looking at the screen.
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Overall, the base HP Spectre x360 is a solid 2-in-1 laptop, and while you can absolutely use the $300 discount from HP to add a couple of upgrades, it’s perfectly fine as-is. While you’re here, though, be sure to check out some other great 2-in-1 laptop deals for additional options.
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One of the better gaming laptop deals comes via Best Buy with a huge $500 off the MSI Stealth 14-inch gaming laptop. It normally costs $1,500, so with the price down to $1,000, you’re getting a seriously good deal for the latest tech. If you’re keen to know more, keep reading while we take you through everything.
Why you should buy the MSI Stealth 14-inch gaming laptop MSI is one of the best laptop brands around despite not being quite as big a name as some rivals. Its penchant is gaming hardware and that’s shown in the MSI Stealth 14-inch gaming laptop. It has an Intel Core i7-13620H processor along with 16GB of memory and 1TB of SSD storage, so it has all the key components you could need. Alongside that is an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card with 8GB of dedicated VRAM.
HP has a huge sale on all things HP Omen and gaming related, which means it’s the place to check out for gaming laptop deals, along with the best monitor deals and gaming PC deals too. If you’re looking to upgrade to a sweet new rig, you need to check out this sale. We’ve highlighted the pick of the bunch below. HP Omen 31.5-inch QHD Curved Gaming Monitor -- $250, was $380
HP may not feature on our look at the best gaming monitors, but this HP Omen 31.5-inch QHD Curved Gaming Monitor sounds great on paper. It has a great QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 along with 400 nits of brightness, 1ms response time, and a 3,000:1 contrast ratio. A 1500R curvature means you can enjoy a more immersive experience than the average gaming monitor. It also has HDR support, AMD FreeSync Premium, and two HDMI 2 ports for hooking up all your devices. 99% sRGB and 90% DCI-P3 color gamut all further help matters to ensure you get a vibrant experience throughout.
One of the better gaming laptop deals for the holiday season comes from Lenovo. Today, you can buy the Lenovo Slim 5i Gen 8 gaming laptop for $931 meaning you save $419 off the regular price of $1,350. That's 31% off. Granted, Lenovo's estimated value prices tend to be a little higher than average, so the discount may be slightly smaller if real MSRP is taken into account. Even still, $931 for a gaming laptop with these specs is pretty special. Here’s what else you need to know about it before you buy.
Why you should buy the Lenovo Slim 5i As one of the best laptop brands, Lenovo has a particular talent for making great gaming laptops. This model has a 13th-generation Intel Core i5 processor along with 16GB of memory and 512GB of SSD storage. It also has an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4050 graphics card which is well paired with its 16-inch WUXGA screen. The screen offers a resolution of 1920 x 1200, 45% NTSC, 300 nits of brightness, and a refresh rate of 144Hz so it’s perfect for this kind of spec.
Best Buy New Year sale drops HP Spectre x360 to lowest price yet
Pick up the convertible HP Spectre x360 for just under $1,000
The HP Spectre x360 16 is one of the best 2-in-1 laptops to buy. It boasts a gorgeous 3K display, four speakers tuned by Bang & Olufsen, solid performance, and ships with an HP Tilt Pen. Thanks to Best Buy's New Year sale , this excellent convertible laptop is cheaper than ever before.
Typically $1,649, the HP Spectre x360 16 is now on sale for just $999 at Best Buy. That's a hefty $650 in savings and the lowest price ever for this particular model ( 16-f2013dx ) . So if you didn't get the laptop you were hoping for over the holidays, it's an opportune time to treat yourself.
The new year just started and it's one of the best laptop deals we've spotted so far. As an alternative, consider the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 for $799 ($200 off).
Today's best HP Spectre x360 deal
HP Spectre x360 16 (2023) Was: $1,649 Now: $999 @ Best Buy Overview: For a limited time, save $650 on the HP Spectre x360 16-inch 2-in-1 laptop.
Features: 16-inch 3K (3072 x 1920) 400-nit 60Hz touch screen, Intel Core i7-13700H 14-core CPU, 16GB RAM, Iris Xe graphics, 512GB SSD, Bang & Olufsen tuned quad speakers, fingerprint reader, HP True Vision 5MP IR camera with privacy shutter, HP Rechargeable MPP 2.0 Tilt Pen, Windows 11 Home
Launch date: August 2023
Price history: This is the lowest price we've seen for this configuration HP Spectre x360 16 (model 16-f2013dx ).
Price comparison: Amazon $1,192 | HP $1,399
Cheaper alternative: Samsung Galaxy Book 3 for $799 ($200 off)
Reviews : Although we didn't test this exact model, the 2022 HP Spectre x360 16 earned high ratings from us and sister site TechRadar. We gave it our Editor's Choice Award consign for its gorgeous touch screen, comfortable keyboard, great battery life, and solid performance.
Laptop Mag: ★★★★½ (2022) | TechRadar: ★★★★★ (2022)
Buy it if: You want a big screen convertible laptop for productivity, creating, streaming content, and cloud gaming.
Don't buy it if: You prefer a traditional style laptop or PC for graphics intensive tasks like competitive gaming.
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Hilda Scott uses her combined passion for gadgets and bargain shopping to bring you the best prices on all things tech. She has a bachelor’s degree in film and media studies from Hunter College and 11 years of tech and entertainment journalism. Her work has been featured on Tom’s Guide, iTechPost, Examiner.com, Parlemag, Enstars, and Latin Times. When she's not scouting for the best deals, Hilda’s catching up on her favorite TV shows and pro-wrestling matches.
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- Thiết kế và Trọng lượng:Surface Pro thường có thiết kế 2 trong 1 với khả năng biến thành máy tính bảng.Mỏng nhẹ và dễ mang theo.
- Màn hình:Màn hình PixelSense với độ phân giải cao, có thể có tùy chọn màn hình cảm ứng và hỗ trợ bút cảm ứng.
- Vi xử lý:Sử dụng vi xử lý mới nhất từ Intel, cung cấp hiệu suất cao cho các tác vụ đa nhiệm.
- Kết nối:Có thể có các cổng kết nối như USB-C, Surface Connect, và cổng tai nghe.
- Hệ điều hành:Chạy hệ điều hành Windows 10 hoặc Windows 11.
- Bút Cảm Ứng và Nhận Diện Khuôn Mặt:Có thể tích hợp bút cảm ứng Surface Pen, giúp với các nhiệm vụ sáng tạo và ghi chú.Hỗ trợ nhận diện khuôn mặt Windows Hello để mở khóa nhanh chóng và bảo mật.
- Làm Mát và Hiệu Năng Đa Phương Tiện:Có thể tích hợp các công nghệ làm mát hiệu quả giúp duy trì hiệu suất khi sử dụng ứng dụng đa phương tiện hoặc chơi game nhẹ.
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- Thiết kế và Trọng lượng:Thiết kế 2 trong 1 với khả năng xoay màn hình 360 độ.Có thể có thiết kế kim loại cao cấp.
- Màn hình:Màn hình có độ phân giải cao, với tùy chọn màn hình cảm ứng và hỗ trợ bút.
- Vi xử lý:Sử dụng vi xử lý mới nhất từ Intel hoặc AMD, tùy thuộc vào phiên bản.
- Kết nối:Có thể có các cổng USB-C, USB-A, và cổng kết nối khác.
- Hỗ Trợ 5G (Tùy Chọn):Có thể có tùy chọn kết nối 5G để truy cập mạng Internet với tốc độ cao khi không có kết nối Wi-Fi.
- Âm Thanh Bang & Olufsen:Công nghệ âm thanh Bang & Olufsen tích hợp, mang lại trải nghiệm âm thanh chất lượng cao.
- Tính Năng An Ninh HP:Có thể tích hợp các tính năng an ninh của HP như camera riêng tư và công nghệ bảo mật đa tầng.
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- Yếu tố để xem xét khi so sánh:Hiệu suất: So sánh vi xử lý, RAM, và dung lượng lưu trữ.
- Màn hình: Độ phân giải, chất lượng màu sắc, và tính năng cảm ứng.Thiết kế và Trọng lượng: Kiểu dáng và cảm giác khi sử dụng.
- Kết nối: Số lượng và loại cổng kết nối.
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- Mục Đích Sử Dụng:Nếu bạn cần máy tính cho công việc sáng tạo hoặc thiết kế đồ họa, một laptop có cấu hình mạnh như Dell XPS hoặc Surface Laptop Pro có thể là sự lựa chọn tốtĐối với công việc văn phòng và sử dụng hàng ngày, các dòng laptop như Dell Inspiron hoặc HP Spectre x360 có thể phù hợp.
- Hiệu Suất:Nếu bạn cần xử lý các tác vụ nặng như chỉnh sửa video, làm đồ hoạ hay chơi game, chọn laptop có vi xử lý và card đồ họa mạnh mẽ như Dell XPS, HP Spectre x360, hoặc các dòng gaming như Dell G Series.Đối với công việc văn phòng cơ bản và trải nghiệm duyệt web, laptop với vi xử lý Core i5 và i7 có thể đáp ứng đủ nhu cầu.
- Di Động và Thiết Kế:Nếu di động là quan trọng đối với bạn, những dòng như Microsoft Surface Pro hoặc Dell XPS 2-in-1 có thể là lựa chọn tốt với thiết kế mỏng nhẹ.Đối với trải nghiệm gõ phím tốt, chọn laptop có bàn phím và touchpad chất lượng, như Lenovo ThinkPad hay Dell XPS.
- Thời Lượng Pin:Nếu bạn thường xuyên di chuyển và không có nhiều cơ hội sạc pin, chọn laptop với thời lượng pin dài như Dell XPS, HP Spectre, hoặc MacBook Air.
- Ngân Sách:Xác định ngân sách của bạn và tìm kiếm trong phạm vi đó. Có nhiều lựa chọn từ các dòng giá rẻ đến các dòng cao cấp.
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- Higher screen refresh rate: 120 versus 60 Hz
- Significantly easier to carry: weighs 500 grams less (around 1.1 lbs)
- Thinner bezels and 2% higher screen-to-body ratio
- Better webcam recording quality
- 56% sharper screen – 266 versus 171 pixels per inch (PPI)
- Smaller footprint: 9% more compact case (93 vs 101.8 square inches)
- Includes an old-school USB-A port
- Features a much bigger (~38%) battery – 66 against 47.7 watt-hours
- Provides 122% higher max. screen brightness: 1000 vs 450 nits
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