Users of a Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2 or Surface Pro 3 may want to check their device's power cord out, after Microsoft initiated a recall of the cords sold with devices. Here's how to get a replacement for the faulty cord.
After a stuttering start alongside Windows 8, Microsoft's Surface line-up finally seems to be making strides. The big, bad Surface Pro 3 has certainly piqued the interest of the power user with its large display and robust interior hardware, and for a very limited time, some configurations of the slate-notebook hybrid can be purchased with a saving of $100. The deal is only active for the next few days, and only pertains to certain Surface Pro 3 models, but if you're interested in picking up a Surface Pro 3, check the full details below.
2014 is coming to a close, and while there were tons of gadgets released this year, the team here has decided to list down their favorite top two out of the massive lot. Head past the jump and check out what everyone has selected. Maybe the list will give you some ideas for Christmas, too!
We want the end of 2014 to fill you with wonder and amazement, like the climax to any year should, so we've taken a look at TIME Magazine's annual round-up of the year's best inventions in an attempt to reassure the technology loving world that innovation and creativity has been present throughout 2014.
You know what they say about the best laid plans, right? Microsoft's PR wing will be licking its wounds after what appeared to be quite a handy piece of product placement went a tad awry.
Microsoft's Surface Pro is generally regarded as the best Surface yet, which makes plenty of sense if you have enough faith in Microsoft for even the software giant to not take the product backwards. Unfortunately though, even with the improvements that have gone into the Surface Pro 3, some users are still finding that it doesn't quite live up to their expectations on a few different levels, with the stylus being one of the issues they're complaining about.
Quite how well Microsoft's third attempt at the Surface is doing still remains a bit of a mystery, but with the Surface Pro 3 it's believed that the company may actually be onto something this time around. Already available in the United States, Canada and Japan, Microsoft is set to bring its latest tablet to a further 25 markets at the end of this month, making it available to pre-order right now.
Microsoft might have spent most of this year's BUILD developers conference discussing future software endeavors, but the company also took the opportunity to take the wraps off the Surface Pro 3. Despite its pedigree, it's fair to say that against the likes of the Apple iPad, the Surface line-up in general has its work cut out, but here, we pit the latest and greatest Microsoft slate up against the Surface Pro 2, in an attempt to assess how far the software giant has come along.
The blogs and various social media channels have been speculating for quite some time about what Microsoft's special Surface event in New York City would reveal this morning, and now, we finally have the details. The Surface Pro 3 is its name, and Microsoft is touting its thinner, faster and more powerful slate as the "tablet that can replace your laptop." For a full run-through of the hardware, display and accessories, join us after the fold!