Surface Pro X and Surface Pro 7 get new rugged cases from UAG
Make sure your Surface Pro X or 7 is ready to withstand some tumbles.
What you need to know
- UAG today launched its new line of rugged cases for Surface Pro X and Surface Pro 7.
- The Plyo, Plasma, and Metropolis series are all here, each with its own flourishes.
- The cases are available now starting at $70 from UAG.
If you're in the market for a little added protection for your new Surface Pro X or Surface Pro 7, Urban Armor Gear (UAG) just unveiled its lineup for both PCs. In all, UAG debuted cases for three of its lines, covering the Plyo, Plasma, and Metropolis series, all of which have their own perks.
With the Plasma cases, you'll get a rugged case that is built to hold up to military drop-test standards, a 360-degree rotating hand strap, and a built-in kickstand. The Metropolis case, meanwhile, gives you full coverage, a stand, and combines a "soft core" with corner bumpers.
Finally, there's the Plyo series, which we recently reviewed. This one slims things down a bit with a sleek, transparent exterior that's meant to be easily inserted and removed from bags. There's a built-in kickstand, and the case is compatible with the Surface Type Cover.
All three feature Surface Pen storage and are compatible with the Surface Type Cover.
You can pick up the Plyo, Metropolis, and Plasma cases from UAG for Surface Pro X and Surface Pro 7 now starting at $70.
Black Friday buyer's guide: Windows 10 tablets
UAG is known for its rugged cases, and its latest for Surface Pro 7 and Surface Pro X are no exception.
Windows on ARM
The Surface Pro X completely redesigns what we've grown to expect, running on a custom ARM chip in a slim package.
The Surface Pro 7 very much keeps things similar to previous iterations, but powers up substantially with Intel's "Ice Lake" 10th Gen processors.
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