Interesting Reveals

Microsoft: Surface RT vs Surface Pro

Today, let’s reveal some important features varies between Surface RT & Surface Pro.

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Software compatibility
Surface RT: Metro-style apps, bundled desktop applications only (includes Office RT)
Surface Pro: Metro-style apps, all desktop applications
Size
Surface RT: 10.81 x 6.77 x 0.37 inches
Surface Pro: 10.81 x 6.81 x 0.53 inches
Weight
Surface RT: 1.5 pounds
Surface Pro: 2 pounds
Storage
Surface RT: 32 GB or 64 GB of eMMC storage
Surface Pro: 64 GB or 128 GB of eMMC/SSD storage (this isn’t clear yet, sorry)
Display
Surface RT: 10.6 inch ClearType display running at 1366 x 768 with 5 point multi-touch
Surface Pro: 10.6 inch ClearType display running at 1920 x 1080 with 10 point multi-touch
Pen support
Surface RT: Capacitive pen supported (but not included)
Surface Pro: Includes pen (likely active digitizer-based but not specified)
CPU
Surface RT: NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30
Surface Pro: Intel Core i5 (third-generation, “Ivy Bridge”) with Intel HD graphics 4000
RAM
Surface RT: 2 GB
Surface Pro: 4 GB
Wireless
Surface RT: 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0
Surface Pro: 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0
Cameras
Surface RT: Two 720p HD cameras, front-and rear-facing
Surface Pro: Two 720p HD cameras, front-and rear-facing
Ports
Surface RT: USB 2.0, microSDXC card slot, headset jack, HD video out port (proprietary), cover port
Surface Pro: USB 3.0, microSDXC card slot, headset jack, mini DisplayPort (proprietary), cover port
Sensors
Surface RT: Ambient light sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass
Surface Pro: Ambient light sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, and compass
Battery
Surface RT: 31.5 Wh
Surface Pro: 42 Wh
Power supply
Surface RT: 24 W
Surface Pro: 48 W (with USB 3.0 port doubling as a powered 5 W port for accessories)
Some more reveals below:
Size & weight: The Surface Pro is noticeably thicker and heavier than the RT version. So you’ll pay for Intel compatibility.
Battery life: It’s not mentioned for either device. If the RT version doesn’t obtain at least 8 hours of battery life, this is a major fail. I’m looking for at least 5-6 hours for the Intel version, preferably more. UPDATE: Readers tell me that Microsoft claims “up to 8 hours of battery life” for Surface RT. Nothing yet on Surface Pro.
Storage expansion: A number of readers are confused by the small storage allotments on the RT device. Remember that you can easily and inexpensively add another 32 GB of storage via the microSDXC card slot, as I’m doing now on the tablet I’m testing. UPDATE: Tim H. tells me the card slot actually supports up to 64 GB of additional storage. Even better!
Pen: A number of readers were worried that Surface RT/Windows RT didn’t support pen input. It does.
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