Something weird has happened over the past year: I've kind of fallen in love with the Surface Pro. After debating its "lapability," its lack of USB-C ports, and its staid design, I've used the Surface Pro 6 on and off as a regular laptop for nearly 12 months now. I've been trying to think of why I've picked the Surface Pro over the many other laptops I've also been testing, and it comes down to a unique mix of hardware. It's small and light enough to slip into a variety of bags when I travel, and I can transform it into different modes so I can work on trains, planes, and everywhere else. These are all things Surface Pro owners have known for years, it just took me a little longer to discover them myself. So when I picked up the Surface Pro 7 last week for this review, it felt very familiar. I called the Surface Pro 6 a familiar bet last year, and this time around the Pro 7 is an equally familiar bet. You could now place four year's worth of Surface Pro devices next to each other, and they'd all look identical. This is yet another… Read full this story
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