The Surface Pro 8 uses a new 120Hz 13-inch display.
The Surface Pro 8, announced at the Microsoft's Surface event on Wednesday, brings Microsoft's top two-in-one up to par with its competition just in time for Windows 11. The Surface Pro 7 hit the market in Oct. 2019 and it's been one of the best in the category ever since. Even when it was announced, though, the design hadn't changed much from the prior models. The Pro 8 is different inside and out.
For starters, Microsoft scrapped the 12.3-inch, 2,736x1,824-resolution display and used a larger 13-inch, 2,880x1,920-resolution one. It also has a refresh rate up to 120Hz for a smoother inking experience. Microsoft also introduced the Surface Slim Pen 2 with haptic feedback to help you take advantage of it. The default is 60Hz, though, so you don't drain your ...
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