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Microsoft Aims to Replace Laptops with New Surface Pro 3

Posted on the 21 May 2014 by Nrjperera @nrjperera

Surface Pro 3 is not just a tablet with a slim design, it also sports specs rich enough to beat high-end PCs. With 12-inch 2160 x 1440 Full HD display, Surface Pro 3 comes packed with an Intel Core i7 processor, storage capacity up to 512GB and up to 8GB of RAM. With a little help from the new multi-position kickstand and the new keyboard, Surface Pro 3 can be even used as a laptop whenever you want.

To make the device even more appealing and boost productivity, Adobe has rolled out a new Photoshop app, specifically optimized to run on Surface Pro 3 that comes with improved touch and gesture controls as well as boosted pen support.

“In designing Surface, we wanted to design a device that can marry the power of the full PC without compromising the sleek finish, elegant look and feel, light weight, thinness, and great battery life that we expect from a tablet,” Panos Panay, VP at Microsoft Surface wrote on a blog post.


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It’s obvious that Microsoft is finally getting it right with Surface tablets. When it comes to productivity, multi-tasking and doing heavy works on a tablet, Surface Pro 3 wins over any other tab on the market.

Surface Pro 3 will be available in stores on June 20 with prices starting at $799.

[Via: Surface Blog - Microsoft ]
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