And as the world becomes more mobile, cloud based, as we all focus and think about what is the intelligent edge going to push the boundaries on?
We wanted to push the boundaries, create a product that's this perfect intersection of mobility, productivity and speed.
In the dream was let's take a mobile architecture.
Same architecture, you finding your phone, but then let's push that to a fully functioning powerful PC.
Take a look.
So this is Surface Pro X. It's a cutting edge 2-in-1, we put some boundaries here.
We believe this moves this category forward.
It's 5.3 millimeters thin and it's thin as point.
It's worth looking at if you can see that.
I'll give you a view right here.
It's pretty thin.
It's incredibly light.Incredibly lights 1.68 pounds.You can see how easy it is to hold.It's got these gorgeous chamber edges.So when you put in your hand doesn't feel wonky.If you hold another 13 inch device like this,or 15 or 14, you can catch a little out of balance.But in this case,the most important thing was to bring that same balance.
It also comes with this unmatched modern design, which is a pretty interesting sense for this product line.
It's very different.
And when you look at a product like this, for us, it's about craftsmanship, it's about pushing technology to that boundary.
And for those customers who love to push the boundary, this is a perfect product.
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