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Fun Facts about the Microsoft Surface

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The Microsoft Surface is the go-to tablet that other tablets aspire to. But did you know there are a variety of Surface tablets to choose from? Which is the right one for you? Are you a casual user, or do need some power in your portable device? Are you using your Surface for graphics-intensive work, or are you just Web surfing? This infographic will serve up a couple of fun facts about the Surface line of products and a short primer on which Surface might be right for you!

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I have the original surface pro and it has worked flawlessly since the day I bought it. The only complaint I have is the lack of battery power. Of course I can plug it in and use it but that does limit its use as a portable. It does help me to not spend all day on the computer. For travel it is great.

I have got my PRO3 about 2 years. It is i7 with 8 Gig memory, W10. I'm photographer and would to say it is very good for me. I use it with 2560 x 1440 monitor in the studio and picking up it with me on location. With Adobe CC it is works as charm. Photoshop (with my full frame files) very fast, even Premier working, cannot see any bugs or problems.

There is no doubt in my mind that the produst is a hit, but it has had a high rate of user problems coming out of the gate. I am sure that once they get all the bugs out and solidify the quality end they will capture a laerger clientele. Maybe in a second or third generation?

Well, let's see.  The Surface 3 is third generation, and the Surface 4 is the fourth generation.  How many generations did you say it would take?

I note that many Surface users report no problems at all - for instance, the first guy that commented on this post.

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