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Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet uses a Core i5 with Intel HD Graphics 4000, RAM at 4GB, USB 3.0, and a miniDisplayPort. It also comes with a pressure-sensitive stylus with palm-rejection technology that magnetically clips to the charging port, and a Full HD (1920 x 1080) display instead of the 1366 x 768 variety on the ARM-based model.
Fast and smooth performance.
Ultrabook power with Core i5.
Gorgeous 1080p display.
Disappointing battery life
Big and heavy.
Poor camera quality.
By uk.hardware.info on May 06, 2013
The Surface Pro is Microsoft's first fully-fledged Windows 8 tablet and runs on Ultrabook hardware. The Intel Core i5, 4 GB of RAM and SSD combine for a fast user experience. It does weigh a lot for tablet, 950 grams on its own and with the Type...
By EuroGamer on March 24, 2013
Surface Pro is a product with much potential and we can't wait to see a second-gen iteration: tablet, laptop and PC games machine, all in one ultra-portable device - it's an unbeatable proposition.
By Good Gear Guide on March 13, 2013
Microsoft's full-fat Windows 8 tablet is hugely compromised, but that's part of its design. We found its versatility useful, but limiting at the same...
By IGN on February 26, 2013
And until processing and battery technology get to the point where thinner, lighter, and more energy-efficient products can emerge, the category will be limited to all-in-one portables that struggle to match the utility and efficacy of their tablet and notebook equivalents.
By ultrabooknews.com on February 20, 2013
When Microsoft first announced the Surface tablets back in June 2012 they didn't reveal much about the Surface Pro other than it would run an Intel processor and launch 90 days after the RT version launched on October 26. It wasn't until...
By CNET Australia on February 18, 2013
The Surface Pro's gutsy design successfully reinvents the Windows 8 laptop by cramming an ultrabook experience into the body of a 10-inch...
By Phone Arena on February 15, 2013
Now this is a tough pickle on our hands, seeing that there’s an obvious gap in terms of pricing with the two tablets. At the very least, the iPad 4 can be bought for $500, which is significantly easier on the pockets over the $900 cost of the...
By MobileTechReview on February 14, 2013
The Microsoft Surface Pro isn't just novel, though that certainly is part of its appeal along with the sexy design and high quality look and feel. It's a landmark marriage of computing power and portability. The question is: do you need a...
By PC Advisor on February 13, 2013
The Surface Pro is the best Windows tablet we've used. It also makes a pretty good laptop. But as a tablet it's not match for the best iOS or Android devices, and as a Windows laptop it can't compete with Ultrabooks. It's portability and...
By Computer Shopper on February 12, 2013
Microsoft's Surface Pro fixes the Surface RT's limitations with powerful ultrabook internals, premium design, and a stunning IPS screen, not to mention compatibility with Windows 7 and 8 apps. But it's still compromised, both as a tablet and...
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