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Surface Pro 3 from Microsoft is a sleek device

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With reviews that the new Surface Pro 3 from Microsoft operates as well as it looks it appears it will sell well. The Surface Pro 3 is thinner and lighter and better than the past two versions reported CNET on May 22, 2014. This sleek new device is the thinnest and lightest of the Surface Pro series with a 12-inch display.

This dynamic machine is optimized for a digital pen, which is included with it. It has a kickstand which makes it easier to set up and use. Unfortunately the excellent keyboard cover is not included as part of the base price. Overall, the Surface Pro 3 is rated by CNET as Microsoft's best PC to date. It's seen as having more to offer as a tablet than as a laptop replacement.

Microsoft has created a device which is bigger, thinner, and faster than its predecessors with the Surface Pro 3 reports The Verge. Microsoft feels the new Surface Pro 3 can replace your laptop. It's sharp looking at 9.1 millimeters thick and comfortable to carry around at 1.8 pounds. Windows 8.1 runs quickly on the Pro 3 which has a touchscreen that has everything taking off smoothly.

The new Type Cover keyboard cover features a new smooth touchpad with backlit keys. The keyboard is able to magnetically attach itself to the front of the Pro 3 in order to offer improved stability while it is on your lap. Internal storage for the Pro 3 ranges from 64 to 512 GB and RAM ranges from 4 to 8 GB. Preorders for the tablet began at $799. This exciting device is destined to be on a lot of people's "must-have" list.

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