Microsoft’s range of 2-in-1 Surface Pro laptops has been around since 2012. They feature distinctive detachable keyboards and have touch screens. This means they can be used as a laptop or as a tablet.
Until recently these devices ran 64-bit Windows on Intel processors, however, that all changed with the launch of the Surface Pro X. Instead of an Intel processor, the Surface Pro X uses Microsoft’s own processor the Microsoft SQ1. The SQ1 is an Arm-based processor built in partnership with Qualcomm. It is basically a Snapdragon 8cx processor with some specification tweaks from Microsoft.