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[* black] Looks like we have an extra Surface Pro 6—err, wait, one of those is last year's Surface Pro.
[* black] Well, on the outside not much has changed from last year. Still the same case, hinge, and relatively healthy number of ports.
[* icon_note] Noticeably absent for 2018, however, is the ever-popular [https://www.theverge.com/2018/10/3/17930128/microsoft-surface-pro-6-no-usb-c-port-headphones-charging|USB-C port|new_window=true] that found its way onto the [guide|111895|Surface Go|stepid=214126|new_window=true].
[* black] We have to look pretty close to tell these Surfaces apart, andbut eventually we find thea new model number hiding under the kickstand: 1796.
[* black] We have to look pretty close to tell these Surfaces apart, andbut eventually we find thea new model number hiding under the kickstand: 1796.