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Microsoft Surface Pro 9 (intel) Review; Specifications and Pros and Cons

Microsoft Launched its latest Surface Pro 9 in October. It comes with a bright display of 13 inches. The display is pixel sense flow. The display supports a refresh rate of 120Hz. The Microsoft Surface Pro comes with new camera improvements and high-quality features. The Device provides you the 15 to 16 hours of typical battery usage time. The fast LPDDR5 RAM provides you with the best user experience and performance.

Microsoft Surface Pro 9 specifications and pros and cons and review
Microsoft Surface Pro 9 Credits: Cnet
Dimensions11.3 × 8.2 × 0.37 inches (287.02 × 208.28 × 9.4 mm)
Weight879 grams
DisplayPixel Sense Flow Display
13 inches screen size
120 Hz of refresh rate
Dolby Vision supported
Auto color management supported
10 Point multitouch
Processor12th Gen Intel Core i5-1235U processor,
12th Gen Intel Core i7-1255U processor
StorageThe following are the storage options:
GraphicsIntel iris Xe Graphics
WifiWi-Fi 6E, 802
BluetoothBluetooth v 5.1 technology
BatteryBattery Capacity Nominal 47.7Wh
Min Battery Capacity 46.5Wh
15.5 hours of typical usage time
Ports2x USB- C type with USB 4.0
1x surface connect port
1x Surface Type cover port
Sound2W Stereo Speakers
Support Dolby Atmos 8
Dual far-field microphones
SensorsAmbient color sensor
CamerasFront facing camera records 1080p video
The rear-facing camera supports autofocus and records 1080p HD and 4k video recording
CasingThe casing is made of aluminum
OSWindows 10 pro
Windows 11 pro
Windows 11 Home


The Microsoft Surface Pro 9 provides you with a high-quality metal design. The casing is made up of aluminum. Now the power button is up top by the volume buttons instead of on the side. I think many of us appreciate it because this is something that you grab and you put in the bag holding on to the size. You’re always hitting the power button.


  • Premium Metal Build
  • Long Battery life of up to 15.5hours of typical usage
  • Good webcam quality 1080p
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Stereo Speaker
  • Supports Dolby vision
  • Supports Dolby Atmos 8
  • 4k recording from the rear-facing camera
  • Faster LPDDR5 RAM
  • New Colors available
  • Upgradable SSD


  • No audio jack
  • Keyboard and Stylus Sold separately
  • Expensive
  • No fingerprint scanner
  • Limited Performance Improvements


One of the Main features is that it provides you with a pretty big display of 13 inches size. The display is an IPS panel with pixel-sense technology. We have a 13-inch IPS pixel sense display still a lovely display very high resolution of 2880 by 1920, so it’s a three-by-two aspect ratio of 67 PPI. The Display is very vivid and bright.

The display supports Pen and Touch but unfortunately, the pen is not included and the keyboard is also not included in the box. These are to be purchased separately.

Performance and CPU

The Microsoft surface pro 9 comes with an Intel 12th gen CPU. Talking about the Intel version right now for these things that’s pretty impressive the amount of horsepower that you get. I like the type covers I leave that up to you you can always use external Bluetooth keyboards and all that sort of thing.

I like it, it works pretty well it’s got a good tactile feel they’ve tuned it over the years so it doesn’t make as much as it yakety yakity yaketa sound when you’re typing on it. The trackpad is decent enough it’s about as big as they could make it on a type cover of this size and Microsoft Precision obviously.

The display quality is very good on this now. I’d like to see them too in a little bit better. You get two color profiles out of the box now srgb and Vivid. We tested it on the Vivid mode and the blues are a little too high in the color calibration, and the gamma is a little bit too low. But it’s close enough.

It’s a delightful product if you’re going to be doing photo editing. You could obviously do video editing on this. I personally would pick something like a mobile workstation with dedicated graphics for them

I think it’s often cheaper just to get yourself a gaming laptop or something if you need something more powerful for video editing 3D rendering and all those things. But it’s possible when you’re talking about the processor though the Intel 12 generation processor might not be the best in terms of power and heat consumption because both Intel and AMD right now just like Nvidia are getting performance ramped up by increasing the Watts and the heat.

Source and Credits: Cnet and mobiletechreview

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