Microsoft has been a remarkable player when it comes to modern day trends of smart computing solutions or if it is about smartphones and Windows, the most lavishly used operating system in the world. Microsoft Surface tablet has been a pro tablet with exquisite characteristics and extravagant features rich in technology and innovative design. Earlier Microsoft had grabbed the spotlight by launching the tablet Surface Pro, which was a bit on the off side because of the hefty price that it carried. To make this product more reachable to a wide diversity of customers, Microsoft has launched an affordable version of the same, called Microsoft Surface 3.
Microsoft Surface 3 features a 10.8 inch HD display. Microsoft Surface 3 was officially announced last year. Surface 3 is powered by a quad-core 64-bit Intel Atom X7 processor which makes it an elite performer. The device currently runs on Windows 8.1 which can be upgraded to Windows 10, once the latter rolls out to public.
Microsoft Surface 3 Specifications
- 10.8 inch HD display
- 64-bit Intel Atom X7 (Cherry Trail) processor
- 2/4 GB RAM, 64/128 GB internal storage
- Windows 8.1 (upgradable to Windows 10)
- 8.7 mm thick, weighs 622 grams
- 3 way Docking Station stand
- Pen input support
- 8 MP autofocus rear camera with 1080p video capture
- 3.5 MP front camera
- LTE support
The 2 GB RAM variant of Surface 3 comes with 64 GB of internal storage, while the 4 GB RAM variant comes with 128 GB of internal storage. Microsoft Surface 3 price for 64 GB variant is $499 and that for 128 GB variant is $599. And both the variants if purchased with LTE support, will cost an additional $100. Microsoft Surface 3 goes out for sale starting May 5.
Watch the official video of Microsoft Surface 3 below.