The new Microsoft Surface Pro 8 makes me want to reach for my wallet.
The latest entry to the Surface Pro lineup looks like a worthy competitor to my 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro as the best productivity tablet on the market. Microsoft claims the new Surface Pro has 43% more computing power and 75% faster graphic power than the Surface Pro 7. It also has a 13-inch, 120Hz display with thinner bezels than previous Surface generations.
While I love my iPad Pro, the Surface Pro 8 promises a full Windows experience without the sluggish performance of previous Microsoft tablets. I own and use the Surface Pro 7, but have never been impressed with its multi-tasking abilities and lackluster screen.