The 2019 Surface Pro 7 features the 15W 10th Genenration Intel Ice Lake dual-core Intel Core i3-1005G1 up to quad-core Intel Core i7-1065G7 with the boost speed up to 3.90 GHz. While the 2021 Surface Go 3 features the 5W 10th Generation Intel Amber Lake Y dual-core Intel Pentium Gold 6500Y up to dual-core Intel Core i3-10100Y with the boost speed up to 3.90 GHz.
If you are in the market looking for a laptop and don't know what's the difference between the 12.3″ Surface Pro 7 (2019) and the 10.5″ Surface Go 3 (2021), we have a detailed tech specs comparison between both devices for you to check out here.
It’s now 2.3x times faster than Surface Pro 6.
Now with USB-C
It allows you to charge, transfer data, and output up to two [email protected] displays.
10th Gen Intel Ice Lake processors, Intel Iris Plus G1-G7 graphics, 3733 MHz LPDDR4x, WiFi-6, Bluetooth 5.
Fast Charging and Dual far-field studio mics
More Powerful Processors - With the latest 10th gen Intel Mobile processors make Surface Go 3 even faster especially the entry-level models which now also support Intel® Turbo Boost technology 2.0 with the boost frequency up to 3.40 GHz.
Longer Battery Life - Last up to 11 hours battery life of typical device usage.
Preloaded with Windows 11 Fast charging
MiniDisplay port replaced with USB-C port
Surface Pro 7
Surface Go 3
Introduced: October 2, 2019 (Microsoft October Event)
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