A few weeks after announcing that it wouldn’t be launching RT series tablets in the future, Microsoft Corporation has introduced a quad-core Windows tablet, the Surface 3. This new Microsoft tablet is available for preorder with various configuration options, each with 2GB/4GB RAM, WiFi or LTE, and 64 or 128GB storage hardware. The cheapest model will cost you around 499 dollars or 30000 Rs.
The Surface 3 tablet features a shiny Windows logo at the back. The tab comes with an atom x7 series quad-core Intel 1.6 GHz Z8700 processor.
This tablet supports Intel’s Turbo Boost (up to 2.4 GHz), and it features a 2MB system cache memory. It has an FHD plus 10.1 inch IPS ClearType display that supports Microsoft Surface pen.
When you’re using the pen as a mouse/input device, the pressure applied by your palms on the screen will be ignored. Thus, you can write on the display as if you’re writing a book.
The display comes with a proper aspect ratio of 3:2 and it is enabled with ten fingers multi-touch support. Even though the resolution if 1080p, Microsoft Surface 3 offers 600+ minutes of battery backup.
If you want to use the Surface 3 as a laptop, just connect the Microsoft backlit keyboard to its display.
This tablet comes with the latest USB 3.0 port with which you can charge it or connect phones or other devices via a USB cable. Microsoft Surface 3 has a thickness below 0.4 inches.
The weight is 622.9 grams. This tablet is preloaded with version 8.1 of Windows operating system and the latest Office 365 suite. It has an 8.0 MP AF back camera. There’s an LED flash, mini display port, microSD reader, headphone jack, WiFi, Bluetooth and a front-facing 3.2 MP camera too.
If you want to be one of the first owners of Surface 3 tablet, visit Microsoft official online store to preorder it.