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Surface Pro 7
Robin Seiler introduced the latest version of Microsoft’s 2-in-1 tablet at its hardware event on Oct. 2, 2019. The new tablet has tighter integration between the mouse, keyboard, pen and voice controls.
Surface Pro 7
If you have saved an image – like the map of a hike – you can use the pen to add details or notes to the image.
Improved phone integration
The Surface Pro 7 now integrates with your phone to bring call notifications into whatever you’re doing with the tablet. You don’t have to pull out your phone to deal with the call.
The new Surface integrates notes written with the pen into the main body of a Word document.
Writing converts to text
One of the cool new features is the ability to write a note with the pen and have it converted to text and added to the file automatically.
Surface Pro 7 pen features
The presenter wrote “Anthony’s Nose” with the pen. Now the name of the trail and the mileage are part of the text of the file.
Microsoft Surface Pro 7 pen storage
The new Surface Pro has a better way to store your pen.
Surface Pro Ear Buds
The new Surface Pro Ear Buds balance on two points in the human ear and include touch controls.
Microsoft Surface Pro Ear Buds
Microsoft’s Surface 7 includes ear buds that feature two microphones per ear and filters for better noise reduction.
Surface Neo foldable keyboard
The Neo has a keyboard that folds up for typing. It connects magnetically and charges wirelessly.
Surface Neo hinge
The Surface Neo has a sturdy looking hinge.
When you filp up the keyboard on the Surface Neo, the “wunderbar” appears on the upper third of the lower screen for easy access to emojis and other text.