Dear CNET members,
What if you could have a tablet that’s powerful enough to work like a laptop, yet lightweight and compact like a tablet? Would you replace your laptop with it? Well, if that’s what you’re looking for, Microsoft thinks it has an answer.
Today Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3, a tablet that is supposed to be powerful enough to replace a laptop. This is just a short round of specs: 12-inch screen with 2,160×1,440-pixel resolution, options of Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processor, 800g (1.8 pounds) in weight, 9.1mm (0.36 inch) thick, and a screen that works with both fingers and stylus. And because of the more powerful processors, it can even run higher-end apps, including 3D-rendering apps and even Adobe Photoshop. And as an option you can still buy the Type Cover if you still need some kind of physical keyboard instead of just typing on the screen. You can see all the specs and details here in our Editors’ Take on the Surface Pro 3.