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  1. Microsoft announces the Surface Pro X in new colors and with SQ2 processor At Microsoft's hardware event last year, the company introduced its first Windows on ARM PC, the Surface Pro X. This year's hardware launch is a bit more modest, probably for the simple reason that the firm isn't holding in-person events. One thing being announced is a refreshed Surface Pro X. To be clear, Microsoft is specifically not calling this the Surface Pro X 2. No, this is a new configuration of the first-gen product. Still, it's growing up a bit to be more like the rest of th
  2. Microsoft's Surface Pro X gets firmware updates with a whole bunch of improvements Microsoft seems to be updating its Surface Pro X pretty regularly, with a new firmware update rolling out just a month ago. A new update is available, and in fact, this is the sixth update for the 10-month-old product. This update is available for all Surface Pro X devices on Windows 10 version 1903 or higher; yes, that's all of them. And while there are a ton of fixes and improvements, this will only show up as a single firmware update, thanks to the nature of Windows on ARM.
  3. Microsoft is rolling out a series of new firmware updates for Microsoft Surface Pro X users. The new firmware updates bring improvements to Teams app, system stability while using the camera and more. This is the first firmware update of the year for Surface Pro X users and is available for those running Windows 10 version 1809 or greater. Here's what's new: Device Manager Name Version and Update Qualcomm(R) Adreno (TM) 680 GPU 26.18.0901.8000 improves the Teams app experience.
  4. Surface Pro X users are finding that they can't update Surface Dock firmware If you're using a Surface Pro X with a Surface Dock, you might be finding that you can't update the firmware on your Surface Dock, and you're not alone. As spotted by Windows Central and noted in a Reddit thread, users are seeing an error that says, "This installation package is not supported by this processor type. Contact your product vendor." Obviously, the processor type is ARM64, and the Surface Pro X is the only ARM64 Surface, and the only ARM Surface with a modern Surface Con
  5. A far more repairable design than older Surfaces Microsoft’s new Surface Pro X computer may not have taken the world by storm as a Windows-on-ARM showcase, but as iFixit’s teardown reveals, the new hardware design is groundbreaking in other respects by being far easier to repair than other Surfaces. When Microsoft announced the Surface Pro X, it highlighted the removable SSD, which is hidden behind a pop-up door alongside the SIM card and can be easily removed by taking out a single screw. But there are plenty of other changes Microsoft h
  6. Yesterday, Microsoft released the Surface Pro X, the first Surface device running Windows 10 on an ARM chipset, specifically the Microsoft SQ1, which is a slightly customized version of the Snapdragon 8cx. Now, the company has added the Pro X to the Surface update history page, along with the first list of firmware updates for it. The updates are available for those running Windows 10 version 1903 or later, and they'll show up as a single update in Windows Update, which is somewhat unusual. This might be because ARM chipsets usually include many of the hardware components the devic
  7. At its annual Surface hardware event, Microsoft today announced the long-rumored ARM-based Surface, the first time Microsoft itself has launched a device with an ARM-based processor inside. The 13-inch device will use Microsoft’s own custom SQ1 chip, based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and an AI accelerator, making it the first Surface with an integrated AI engine. Microsoft and Qualcomm also worked on building custom-designed GPU cores for the Pro X, which will run Microsoft’s version of Windows 10 for ARM. The Pro X will be available on November 5, starting
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