Best answer: Yes, Surface Pro 7 has a microSDXC reader that allows you to connect all your favorite storage cards.
- Description: Surface Pro 7 (From $749 at Microsoft)
Rocking all the ports you need
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 is a fantastic tablet PC, sporting the latest processors from Intel. Not only do you have some serious tech inside such a small device running Windows 10, but it houses an array of ports, including a microSDXC reader. This reader will take all your microSD cards for use with the Surface Pro 7.
While it might look a lot like the last-gen Surface Pro 6, the biggest changes come on the inside. On top of 10th Gen Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 “Ice Lake” processor (CPU) options and LPDDR4x RAM for improved performance, the Pro 7 is now sporting a USB-C port for improved connectivity. You’ll also be able to take full advantage of Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, the latest in wireless technologies.
The display and body itself remains the same from the Pro 6. What isn’t broken doesn’t need fixing. You’re getting the same 2-in-1 design with a folding kickstand, optional removable keyboard, and touchpad known as a Type Cover, and IR camera for Windows Hello authentication.
Via:: Windows Central