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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet/notebook
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Microsoft has introduced the Surface Pro 3, a tablet and also a notebook. The device has multiple processor, RAM and storage options intersect with a design that, with a simple snap or click, transform the device from a tablet to a full-functioning notebook, according to the vendor.

The Surface Pro 3 features a 12-inch Full HD display, fourth-generation Intel Core processor options, click-in keyboards, and a multi-position kickstand. The device runs Windows 8.1 Pro and includes software such as Microsoft Office for daily document processing. In addition to the standard touchscreen control, the Surface Pro 3 also comes with the Surface Pen, a stylus for handwriting input.

Microsoft also has several new accessories and features for the new Surface Pro 3 such as the improved Surface Pro Type Cover, a full-size USB 3.0 port, microSD card reader, Mini DisplayPort, a docking station and an Ethernet adapter.

Starting at an estimated retail price of US$799, the Surface Pro 3 will be offered in multiple configurations featuring fourth-generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors.

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