Microsofts Surface Pro X was supposed to signal a new chapter for Qualcomms foray into Windows PCs and tablets, one where battery life was no longer the sole selling point. To its credit, the new, semi custom Microsoft SQ1 chip based on the Snapdragon 8cx delivers improvements in graphics and performance. We also appreciate the appearance of USB C and a marvelously engineered pen cubby. But in a baffling turn of events, the Surface Pro X falls short in battery life. Meanwhile, the app...

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