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Microsoft Announces Surface Pro With LTE Connectivity

01 November 2017

While Gavin specified failure rates among newer Surface releases, such as the Surface Laptop, Consumer Reports surveyed users of a broad range of Surface devices, including older tablet models.

The Surface Pro LTE will be available for businesses on December 1.

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Microsoft is gearing up to launch its next Surface Pro and this time with LTE support.

Microsoft's new Surface Pro offers blisteringly-fast LTE Internet connectivity all around the world. Surface revenue jumped 12 percent on an annual basis, a gain that Microsoft CFO Amy Hood credited to "sales of the new Surface Laptop in both the commercial and consumer segments", during an investor's conference call. Microsoft will include the Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 modem in its new laptop.

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No words on how built-in LTE might impact battery life, estimated at up to 13.5 hours for regular Surface Pro SKUs.

Microsoft says that Surface Pro with LTE Advanced, as the new version is formally known as, will start shipping to business customers in December.

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As explained by Surface Program Management Director Tim Golik, Microsoft went into designing the LTE model knowing it would have to avoid off-the-shelf parts in order to avoid additional thickness and weight. Courting companies directly to get the Surface Pro LTE to incorporate with their work secures the product's success as majority of its sales will be in bulk rather than in retail. "With so many changing locations your device becomes your office and many of our customers tell us that's what their Surface is to them - a mobile office", said Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Devices in announcement blog post. Base configurations ship with 4 GB of memory and a 128 GB SSD and top-end machines sport 1 TB SSDs and 16 GB of RAM.

Microsoft Announces Surface Pro With LTE Connectivity