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Unlike the fairly-iterative Surface Pro 7 released last month, the Pro X is a complete redesign—the first in many years. And it comes with a new model number: 1876.

What a great year, 1876. Feels like just yesterday we were tearing down Alexander Graham Bell's new "telephone."

If you need a teardown TL;DR, here's an X-ray overview from Creative Electron showing everything on our agenda.

Compared to the Pro 7, we note the Pro X's rounded corners, narrower profile, and reductified port selection.

If you're in the market for a thin professional Windows tablet, wave goodbye to the USB-A port, MicroSD card slot, and headphone jack. USB-C is the future, it seems.

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