Surface Pro 8 Review – You Gotta See this thing! (Video Included)

Surface Pro 8 Review - Video Review

Whether you are looking for a tablet for work or play, the Surface Pro 8 is a solid choice. This Windows tablet features a gorgeous design, strong performance, and a long battery life.

Display accuracy

Whether you’re looking for a portable device or an ultra-portable computer, the display accuracy of Surface Pro 8 is great. The screen has excellent color accuracy and can reach a maximum 120Hz refresh rate.

While Surface Pro 8 isn’t the fastest notebook on the market, it does have a few tricks up its sleeve. Firstly, the Iris Xe GPU is a significant improvement over the Intel UHD graphics. It’s also compatible with Intel Trusted Execution Technology, which makes the display refresh rate automatic.

Additionally, the Surface Pro 8 supports Windows Hello biometric security, which means you’ll be able to use your fingerprint to sign in and unlock your device. The camera also uses some AI trickery to help with photo editing. It’s not as sharp as a smartphone camera, but it’s still quite accurate.

Another advantage to the display accuracy of Surface Pro 8 is its 3:2 aspect ratio. This means that the screen has the same 2880 x 1920 resolution as the Surface Pro 7, which means that you can use photo editing apps.

The display also includes Microsoft’s own Adaptive Color technology. It adapts the color temperature of the screen to the ambient light around it. This means that the display is more accurate than most other PCs on the market.

The Surface Pro 8 is available with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM. However, if you’re planning to use your Surface Pro for heavy multitasking, you’ll want to upgrade to 32GB of RAM.

Battery life

Whether you’re considering buying a Surface Pro 8 or another tablet, the battery life is important to consider. It will give you up to 9 hours of use, assuming you don’t do anything too demanding. The good news is that Microsoft has updated the battery life of the Surface Pro 8 with an improved battery, making it last even longer than the previous version.

The battery isn’t the only reason to consider buying a Surface Pro 8. The display on the Surface Pro 8 is the best display we’ve ever seen, with a 120Hz refresh rate, excellent color accuracy, and Dolby Vision HDR. The kickstand is also very sturdy, and great for multi-angle viewing.

The Surface Pro 8 is also one of the lightest tablets around. It weighs just 2.4 pounds. It also has two USB-C ports. It has Thunderbolt 4, which allows you to connect high-speed drives.

The Surface Pro 8 has an improved Intel EVO platform, which will provide strong everyday performance. It also has a faster processor, more RAM, and more storage. The Surface Pro 8 can also support eGPUs, which will give you more processing power if you want to run a desktop setup.

In our PCMark 10 battery test, the Surface Pro 8 lasted eight hours and fifteen minutes. That’s about half the time that the Surface Pro 7 lasted in the same test. That means you’ll have to spend a little more on the charger to get the same battery life.

Storage ports

Unlike the Surface Pro 7 and Surface Pro X, the Surface Pro 8 has no USB-A port and no microSD card slot. However, the Surface Pro 8 features two USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports that allow for fast charging and external display connections.

The Surface Pro 8 has an integrated graphics card, but you can also purchase a graphics card from Microsoft. The Surface Pro 8 also has a USB port and two Thunderbolt 4 ports for fast data transfers. You can also use a dock, USB hub, or high-speed external storage device. The Surface Pro 8 also has a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Surface Pro 8 has an improved processor. It also features a 120Hz refresh rate, which is a significant improvement over the Pro X’s 96Hz. The device also features fast charging, which can be 80% of the battery in less than an hour.

The new Surface Pro 8 features a haptic Slim Pen 2, which is a cool new feature. It also comes with OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud storage service. OneDrive syncs your files across your mobile broadband connection and your Surface. It also has a feature called the one-key-press notification that displays in the lower right corner of your screen.

The Surface Pro 8 is the first consumer laptop-to-tablet PC from Microsoft. It is designed to do everything your old laptop did, except it can run Windows 11. There are three processors to choose from: the Intel Core i7-1145G7, the Intel Core i3-1115G4, and the Intel Core i3-7100U.

2W stereo speakers

Featuring two high-quality stereo speakers, Surface Pro 8 delivers clear, rich sound. Using Dolby Atmos technology, these speakers produce audio that is loud and immersive.

Surface Pro 8 is the largest Surface Pro 2-in-1 update in years, and it features a larger, higher-resolution display and more powerful processors. It also has a new pen, and an updated design.

The Surface Pro 8 features an aluminum body with precision CNC-during manufacturing. It has two USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports, a headphone jack, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It also supports a Surface Connect port for charging and connecting to other devices.

Surface Pro 8 also features a 10-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. The camera is capable of recording 1080p video. The camera also has improved low-light settings. The camera has a Dolby Vision IQ certification.

The Surface Pro 8 also features a kickstand, which can be adjusted in any direction. It is also a very sturdy hinge. The kickstand is attached to the tablet with two small hinges. The kickstand has a rectangular cover with a pinhole on the front and a Microsoft logo on the back.

The Surface Pro 8 comes with a detachable Surface Slim Pen 2. This stylus can be charged anytime, and is stored in a folio that’s built into the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard. The Slim Pen also charges using the Surface Connect adapter. The Slim Pen can produce tactile signals for some applications.

Built-in kickstand

Whether you are looking for a laptop to tablet PC hybrid or just want a solid tablet, the Surface Pro line has a built-in kickstand. This is one of the most useful features of the Surface series and can make for a fun and convenient experience.

The first iteration of the Surface series, the Surface RT, featured a single-position kickstand. The second iteration moved to a two-position kickstand. The third iteration adds a kickstand that is infinitely adjustable.

The Surface Pro line features a slew of impressive tech features, including a 8th-generation Intel(r) Core(tm) processor, a 1TB SSD, 16GB of RAM, and Fast Charging. It is also one of the lightest and slimmest Windows machines on the market.

The Surface Pro line also features a signature keyboard and a kickstand that makes the tablet stand up. The signature keyboard features a large glass touchpad and optimum key spacing. It is also magnetically attached to the bottom of the device. This is not only more functional than a traditional keyboard, it also makes the tablet feel like a laptop.

The SaharaCase keyboard case has a built-in kickstand, which makes for a more convenient typing experience. The case also boasts a mouse pad and raised edges to prevent scratches. The case also features an open-button design. It also provides extra protection for your Surface Pro. It is a good idea to take note of the slick ol’ SaharaCase if you plan on putting your tablet through its paces.

Audio performance

Despite its new design, the Surface Pro 8 still offers solid battery life and rich audio. The sound quality of the speakers isn’t mind-blowing, but it’s good for a tablet. There’s a noticeable bass response and room-filling sound. However, at higher volumes, the audio sounds jumbled.

Surface Pro 8’s speaker system outputs via large grilles on either side of the device. They’re good for small PCs, but the lows aren’t as good as the speakers in the Surface Pro 5 and Surface Laptop 4. Ultimately, the Surface Pro 8’s audio isn’t bad, but it’s not the best.

Surface Pro 8 has a rounded chassis and a smaller bezel than previous Surface devices. The screen is larger and looks more premium. It also offers a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s powered by a Core i7-1185G7 processor. It’s compatible with Total Memory Encryption and Intel Trusted Execution Technology.

The Surface Pro 8 is available in a range of storage capacities, including a 128GB SSD and a 512GB SSD. It’s also available with 8, 16 or 32GB of onboard RAM. It also features two Thunderbolt ports and a Surface Connect port. The ports support Thunderbolt 4 and provide faster connections. They can also be used to connect to Thunderbolt docks.

Surface Pro 8 is powered by a Core i7-1185G7 Processor. The processor is compatible with Intel Trusted Execution Technology and Total Memory Encryption. It also has an integrated graphics clock that’s faster than 1.3GHz. It also has a 120Hz touchscreen display, and a detachable keyboard+.

Looking for something even MORE portable? Check out our review of the Surface Go 3 For Business

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