Thank you, will try to find some of those. The surface is too expensive to make a decision lightly.I don't think an i9 option exists for the the surface pro. Main difference between 7 on one hand and 8/9 on the other is the screen.
I would recommend checking some YouTube videos in which all versions get reviewed. Those have all been made over the years
Depending on how good that new Immersed Visor is, you might end up going back to a Windows Machine. Nothing like being able to carry up to 5 resizeable displays in your backpack with your Surface Pro!I also always thought I need a Windows machine for work, but nowadays I am more and more convinced that an Android device fits my needs. Enrolling a privately owned Android device in our company's device management is way easier than enrolling a Windows device. I always thought I was on the safe side as for work we also use Windows devices.
True in green the most advanced version you can order is a 16GB/512GB i7 variant.
lol, Lengthy Explanation inbound:Que? You seem to be responding to a different topic
I think Google just announced their new A.I. this past week though.Well as response to these glasses: these ones are really nice as well! XREAL Air
However, any Android or iOS device I can just enroll in our company's MDM. For some stupid reason we use all Windows devices, but I cannot enroll a personal Windows device into our systems. Our managing directors have the option to pick a Surface Pro as their working device. At some point I asked our tech people to provide the image to me to use on my personal Surface Pro, but I was not allowed to.
I really thought I was on the safe side opting for a Windows device, but they seem to lean more and more towards supporting non-Windows devices. Mind you: I work for a company with over 735.000 people world wide....
At the same time: If I want to buy another Surface Pro 9 I am down about € 1500,- to € 2000,- to be up and running. And I don't even have one running cellular internet. If I opt for a Tab S9+ with 5G I am done for about € 1000,-. (I am comparing the devices including a keyboard and pen)
And if I look at usage: I mostly use Office, Edge, Youtube, Netflix, Feedly, Spotify... Everything is available for all OSes. So actually there is less and less need for Windows. The main reason now to still opt for Windows is their copilot anouncement which seems really interesting!