Microsoft released the Surface Pro with LTE to the public this week after a bit of time up for sale as a business device. Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a high-speed wireless communication standard found in a number of mobile devices. Unsurprisingly, the device was marketed initially for business users who could find themselves frequently globe-trotting and would require a mobile office with speedy connection functionality. This notebook tablet piece of Windows machine is up on preorder right this minute and will be going on sale at the start of May in-stores in the United States, Australia, and Canada.
Users will find the Qualcomm Snapdragon XLTE modem inside this machine for LTE Advanced connectivity. The core specifications of this variant of the Surface Pro (2017) include an Intel Core i5 processor (the mid-range Surface Pro 2017 had an i5-7300U), a 256 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM and, according to a report, it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon XLTE modem to provide LTE connectivity. As we discussed in our review, this device has a rather amazing set of features right out the gate, making it one of the most powerful-yet-mobile full-powered computing solutions in the world today.