Wherever the day takes you, you'll be ready with the new slim and sleek Surface Pro X. 

Get to know Surface Pro X

Not sure where to plug something in or how to turn up the volume? We've got you covered. Here are a few diagrams to help you.

Picture of a Surface Pro X that identifies the location of different buttons.

  1. Windows Hello facial-recognition camera

  2. Front-facing camera

  3. Studio Mics

  4. Power button

  5. Surface Connect port

Picture the back of a Surface Pro X that identifies the location of different buttons.

6. Back-facing camera

7. Volume

8. USB-C port

9. Kickstand

10. SIM door

Surface Pro X and Windows 11

The Surface Pro X has a custom Microsoft SQ1™ or Microsoft SQ2™ ARM processor. Your Surface comes with:

  • Windows 11 Home for ARM-based PCs (consumer customers)

  • Windows 11 Pro for ARM-based PCs (commercial customers)

If you have questions about how the ARM processor works, go to Windows on ARM-based PCs FAQ.

If you have Windows 11 Home on your device, you can upgrade to Windows 11 Pro for an additional cost. For more info, see Upgrade Windows 11 Home to Windows 11 Pro.

Not sure which version of Windows you have? See Which Windows operating system am I running?

Note: If your  Surface Pro X has Windows 10, you'll need to upgrade to Windows 11. For more info, see Windows 11 System Requirements.

Surface Pro X features

Get more done with an edge-to-edge display 

Surface Pro X has a 13" PixelSense® touchscreen display with 2880x1920 resolution for your images, videos, and calls. Use Eye Contact to adjust your gaze on video calls and connect with your audience. To turn it on, download the Surface app from the Microsoft Store. Open the app and select Eye Contact to turn it on. 

Connect nearly anywhere, any time

When you're ready to use Surface Pro X, it turns on quickly and gets you signed in fast with Windows Hello. Get online no matter where you are with optional built-in LTE.

Ready when creativity strikes

Capture every idea with a Surface Slim Pen. When you’re done, store and charge it in the Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard. To use more accessories, use the two USB-C ports to connect to displays, docking stations, and more.

Built for how you live and work

Surface Pro X was designed for fast performance and you can choose between Microsoft SQ1™and SQ2™processors. Run your web apps in Microsoft Edge or get more apps from the Microsoft Store. For info on what apps can run on your Surface Pro X, go to Windows on ARM-based PCs FAQ.

Make it your own

Personalize your Surface Pro X with these optional accessories and learn about how to use them.

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