The starting model of Surface Pro 8 computers, which Microsoft is expected to release in January, will eventually have a better amount of RAM. In addition to 4 GB of standard RAM, Microsoft will also offer the much desired 8 GB RAM to users.
How Microsoft’s new laptop, Surface Pro 8, which is expected to be released at the beginning of 2021, has been revealed in many ways so far. The company’s new computer came to the fore with the visuals that appeared in recent weeks. The design and size of the computer was answered with these images.
As we can see from the images, the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 will carry the same design as the previous generation computer, the Surface Pro 7. But the computer will of course include more up-to-date parts in the hardware section. Today, new information has been shared about the starting model of the Surface Pro 8.
Microsoft is finally making an improvement to the starting model:
Microsoft will not show 8 GB of RAM as standard in the starting model, and the standard amount of RAM will still be 4 GB. Users will have to pay separately to increase the amount of RAM when purchasing the Surface Pro 8. The features of Surface Pro 8 computers, which should be introduced in January, are shaped as follows with the latest news:
Intel Core i3, 4 GB or 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD
Intel Core i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB or 256 GB SSD
Intel Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB, 512 GB or 1 TB SSD