- Many people with Windows 11 incompatible devices are looking to purchase brand-new gadgets.
- Microsoft saw the opportunity and was quick to provide all sorts of devices with the upcoming OS.
- The new Surface Pro X device’s model number is 1876, which is the same as its predecessors.
- Redmond officials said the thinner Surface Pro today is using both Microsoft SQ 1 and SQ 2 chips.
Remember how we were just talking about purchasing new, Windows 11 compatible devices? Well, if you’re in the market for a new device that supports the upcoming OS, you are in luck.
Microsoft will add more choices to the already existing gadget pool over the coming months so that you will surely find one that is perfect for your needs.
Let’s take a quick look at what the Redmond tech company is going to bring to the table in the near future.
The new Surface Pro X will come with Windows 11 ARM
The device’s model number is 1876 just like its predecessors, more exactly the Surface Pro X SQ1 and Surface Pro X SQ2.
Taking into consideration all details, there seem to be no major changes made, the only difference may just be a slight change in the processor.
In the Surface Pro X introduction from the official website, Redmond officials said the thinner Surface Pro today is using both Microsoft SQ 1 and SQ 2 chips.
The gadget also uses an ultra-fast LTE connection and has 2 USB-C ports and an almost full-screen 13-inch touchscreen.
Microsoft says that they are planning to start a free upgrade to Windows 11 by the end of 2021 and is expected to continue into 2022.
Going by this information, it is safe to say that devices including the Surface Duo 2, Go3, and the new Pro 8, and even other notebook computers will be coming out.
The above-mentioned list is also expected to include the new Surface Pro X, which will come with ARM chips, and will be upgraded to the Windows 11 ARM system.
And this might not be all. Constant rumors circulating online indicate that the Redmond tech giant is actually preparing a much larger fleet of new generation laptops and tablets.
We already know that Windows 11 runs like a charm on Surface devices, so this might actually be a good choice for people who need a brand new machine for the future OS.
If, by chance, you are already a Surface owner and bought such a gadget some months, or maybe years ago, you should find out if the one you have is compatible with the new operating system.
Remember that if you are experiencing trouble with Microsoft’s devices, you are definitely in the right place. For example, for problems with the network adapter, we got you covered.
Have you decided to get your own Surface laptop or tablet for the new operating system? Let us know in the comments section below.