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Question 1

How long will Microsoft support the original Surface Pro X?

Answer

According to Surface lifecycle documentation, Microsoft Surface Pro X with SQ1 will reach the end of its driver and firmware updates on October 13, 2024. The company promises to support all Surface devices starting from its release date for at least four years.

Device Release Date End of Servicing Date
Surface Pro X November 5, 2019 October 13, 2024

After the end of servicing date, Surface Pro X devices will continue to receive Windows OS feature and security updates as long as it meets minimum hardware requirements for any future Windows OS.

In some conditions, Microsoft will consider releasing additional updates if there are critical security issues for Surface Pro X devices that can only fix through patching the firmware. For instance, the Surface Pro 5 came out in 2017, yet it remains supported until 2024.

Question 2

When did Microsoft release the last drivers and firmware update for Surface Pro X with SQ1?

Answer

Here are the last three drivers and firmware updates for Microsoft Surface Pro SQ1:

2022
Oct
05
  • Surface Pro X SQ1 Image
    Surface Pro X SQ1
    Improves system performance and stability, enables support for Dolby Atmos feature, and improves graphics performance and stability.
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Jun
17
  • Surface Pro X SQ1 Image
    Surface Pro X SQ1
    Improves system performance and stability, improves graphics and Wi-Fi stability, enables support for future Windows OS release, and resolves Camera setting issue.
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Feb
28
  • Surface Pro X SQ1 Image
    Surface Pro X SQ1
    Improves system stability and resolves system bugcheck, improves Camera performance, enables support for new Surface Type Cover, improves integration with Surface Dock 2, improves trackpad accuracy, and improves Bluetooth performance.
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Surface Pro X
Surface Pro X image
Release: 2019
Display: 13 inch
Dimensions: 11.3” x 8.2” x 0.28”
Processor: Microsoft® SQ1™ (8/8, 3.00 GHz)

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