Report: Surface Pro 5 gets new CPUs but keeps the proprietary power connector – Ars Technica


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Report: Surface Pro 5 gets new CPUs but keeps the proprietary power connector
Ars Technica
The Surface Pro 4 was released about a year-and-a-half ago, and even though new processors are available, it didn't make an appearance along with the Surface Studio and other hardware updates in October of 2016. Longtime Microsoft pundit Paul Thurrott …
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