Lisa Gade reviews the Surface Pro 7, Microsoft’s 2019 refresh of their iconic 12.3” Windows 10 tablet that morphs into a laptop via Type Cover. The Surface Pro 7 finally adds a USB-C port and also makes the move to Intel 10th gen Ultrabooks CPUs with faster Intel Iris Pro graphics on the Core i5 and i7 models. The Core i3 and i5 versions are fanless for silent operation. The Surface Pro 7 has a high resolution 3:2 aspect ratio display supporting touch and the optional Surface Pen. Unlike the Surface Pro X, the Pro 7 is compatible with all Windows exe programs.