Microsoft Surface 3 Features And Review
Microsoft has spent the last three years much like Porsche has spent the last 50.By reinventing cars that have three center on gravity at the back (where the engine is) over each subsequent generation of the 911,they have struck gold. Microsoft applied the same formula to the surface Pro and in its three ilteration, they have a winner in their hands. with the same learings, Microsoft’s latest offering is the surface 3, a tablet with a proper Windows 8.1,a Cherry Trail Atom processor from Intel and the ablity to run any x86 based program. While the Surcace RT and its successor,the Surface 2 were stuck with apps on the Windows Store and were basically tablets, the Surface 3 however – once docked that is – becomes a low-cost ful-fledged computer with imperccable build quality that you can take anywhere.
While the Surface 3 may seem, at firstglance,like the Surface 2, it’s actually thinner and lighter than the predeccessor. You’ll still find the same matte aluminium finish flushed all along its screen’s surface,which can be paired with an optional keybord on two shades of blue and shed of red and siler each. The full HD screen is also a little bigger than before and resides in a more protrait-friendly 3:2 ratio. The Surface 3 also come with an optional stylus featuring the same technology fromthe Surface Pro 3. While it’s not an a pretty decent fight in the tablet-laptop convergence space.