The problem with laptops is that although they are portable, they are still bulky and awkward to carry. The problem with the laptop’s portable counterpart, the tablet, is that it’s low power with a quickly perishing battery life.
However Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 challenges this tablet stigma. This tablet boasts high-power laptop capabilities compacted into 11.5 by 7.93 inches.
Even the low powered model is nothing to snuff about. It packs an Intel Core i3 central processor unit and 64GB of hard disk storage. This alone has more grunt than most tablets used in businesses!
Stuff.co.nz claims, “The Intel Core i5 models, with either 128GB or 256GB of storage, are expected to be the most popular because they are middle-of-the-road workhorses packing more punch than the average user would need on the go.
The jewels in the Surface Pro 3 crown are most definitely the Intel Core i7 models boasting 256GB and 512GB of storage, and will be the choice of those who work with resource hungry photos and graphics more than occasionally.
All run extremely quietly since they are equipped with a water cooling system which keeps the temperature down.”