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Microsoft Surface Pro Review

The unique mix of PC and tablet is the main fascination of the Surface Pro. You cannot help but observe that it has come with a stylus pen. And once you start enjoying around with the stylus pen, you realize that it’s no common digital pen. Based on Wacom technology, the stylus pen facilitates 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, and even uncalibrated out of the box it is extremely simple and effective. But clearly the biggest accessories assisting the Microsoft Surface Pro are the Touch and Type covers—these removable covers which are unluckily not involved in the price but are completely needed for a full Surface experience.

This is a fast machine. Basically a high-end Ultra book  the Surface Pro comes with a 1.7GHz  i5 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD drive, and also an Intel HD graphics 4000 card. Using across the Windows 8 interface created no apparent lag, and that is across the amazing 1920 × 1080 display. In workplace, the Surface pro plays a perfect balance between size and functionality. Battery life is another issue. But at home and at reliable Wi-Fi surroundings, Surface Pro is a sensitive monster, and of course all the efficiency work happens without a problem. The backbone of the Surface Pro is the Windows 8 OS. One of the things I really like about the Surface Pro is that is has gone wide screen. As described, this is a 1920 × 1080 display, a significant up-gradation from the Surface RT’s 1366 × 768 quality. Battery life of the surface pro is poor. You’ll find it to plug in more often. You can find a lots of applications in the Microsoft app store and can download from it. There are undoubtedly areas in which the surface pro can improve.

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