This morning's Surface Event was, as far as these things go, pretty impressive. There's more options across the Surface Laptop line that answer a lot of demands. The Surface Pro series looks even better and finally has USB-C, and even AMD are helping power some of the line. But one of the most interesting devices that'll go on sale later this year is the Surface Pro X, an absurdly thin and light laptop that's built around a Qualcomm, custom-made SQ1 processor.
It looks like a ton of fun and something that'd be great to bust out on the plane, switching between some productivity apps and the occasional retro game. But before you get too excited about the Pro X, there's a huge caveat you need to know.