Surface Pro 7, Laptop 3 to launch July 29 in South Africa, likely hitting Mexico in August
Microsoft's newest hardware is making its way to more markets this summer.
What you need to know
- Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 will launch in South Africa on July 29.
- New Surface hardware might also launch in Mexico in August.
- The Surface Pro 7 starts at R17,999 and the Surface Laptop 3 starts at R22,999.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 will launch in South Africa on July 29. Announced earlier this year, the Surface Pro 7 and Surface Laptop 3 are among Microsoft's latest additions to the Surface lineup. The Surface Pro 7 starts at R17,999 and the Surface Laptop 3 starts at R22,999.
The Surface Pro 7 is the latest 2-in-1 from Microsoft. Its external design is similar to the Surface Pro 6, but it has a USB-C port rather than a Mini DisplayPort. The larger differences are on the insides. The Surface Pro 7 features Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, and has Intel wireless technology inside. It earned a rare five out of five in our executive editor Daniel Rubino's review.
The Surface Laptop 3 brings more modern internals to a traditional clamshell laptop. It's available in either 13-inch or 15-inch variants and features either AMD or Intel processors depending on the model you choose. The Surface Laptop 3 features 10th Gen Intel CPUs and has a more modern USB-C port on its side.
The latest Surface devices might also launch in Mexico soon. Microsoft sent out a save the date invite to people with what appears to be a Surface Pro 7.
Powerful 2-in-1 Surface
Now with USB-C and 10th Gen Intel Core CPUs
The Surface Pro 7 has been refreshed with 10th Gen Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 "Ice Lake" CPU options for improved performance, and it offers a USB-C port for added connectivity.
13- and 15-inch options available
Get yours while it's hot
The Surface Laptop 3, available in both 13.5- and 15-inch configurations, is sure to please anyone looking for a premium Ultrabook.
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