Do older Surface Pro privacy screens fit Surface Pro 7?

Surface Pro 7
Surface Pro 7

Do older Surface Pro privacy screens fit Surface Pro 7?

Best answer: Absolutely. Older Surface Pro privacy screens will work with the Surface Pro 7, which has the same dimensions as older devices.Get the next Surface Pro: Surface Pro 7 (opens in new tab) (From $749 at Microsoft)Privacy screen: ZBRANDS Privacy Screen (opens in new tab) ($55 at Amazon)

Why do older privacy screens work with Surface Pro 7?

The reason that older Surface Pro privacy screens will work with Surface Pro 7 is because the device has the same dimensions as older Surface Pro tablets. Because the older privacy screens are designed to fit those same dimensions, they will work with the Surface Pro 7 without any issues.

If you're looking for a privacy screen to use with the Surface Pro 7, we recommend the ZBRANDS Privacy Screen (opens in new tab). On top of blocking out viewing angles so people can't spy on what you're doing, the screen also has anti-glare properties that make the viewing experience better out in the sunlight. It's also dust-resistant, and putting it on is easy and quick thanks to its snapping magnets.

Why get a Surface Pro 7?

Surface Pro 7

Surface Pro 7

There are tons of reasons to get a new Surface Pro 7. The 12.3-inch 2736x1824 display is going to look great, and because the device an Intel 10th Gen CPU, it will have very competent computing power, and also compatibility with Wi-Fi 6.

On top of that, it can be outfitted with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage space, which is plenty for a 2-in-1 tablet. It has a Windows Hello-compatible camera, too, which means you'll be able to take advantage of Microsoft's biometric security features. Lastly, it has a USB-C port, which no other Surface Pro prior to the 7 had. This will allow for faster data and power transfer speeds between the Surface Pro 7 and other peripherals, such as devices or accessories.

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.