Microsoft’s unveiled the latest Surface tablet, but it isn’t the Surface Pro 4, or indeed anything running (eugh) Windows RT. Instead, it’s the mid-range Surface 3, which will sell in Australia for $699.
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If you’re in the market for a brand new tablet right now, which one should you buy?
In which I ponder the quality of the Surface Pro 3’s tablet side, and get in touch with my inner and extremely untalented inner artist.
Today was going to be a day of battery testing, but instead ended up being a day of desktop replacement, docking stations and a particularly irritating network bug.
Microsoft’s sent me a Surface Pro 3 to review, so I’ve decided to switch out my usual Macbook Air for it to see how well I get along with it.
The Surface Pro 3 doesn’t launch in Australia until August, but I’ve spent a little time with Microsoft’s third generation professional tablet. Here’s my early thoughts.