Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 is famous for its excellent Surface Pen stylus, which makes interacting with small objects on a touchscreen a breeze. But it turns out that Apple has already beaten it on the first try. A new test shows iPad Pro is better at stylus tracking than Microsoft’s latest 2-in-1.
As far as tablets go, on the larger side of things Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Apple’s iPad Pro sit comfortably. Well, now they’re the middle of the pack.
Microsoft today announced the $499 Surface 3 running Windows 8.1 to take on the iPad in the tablet market. Unlike the previous generation Surface tablets, this is the first tablet from Microsoft to run a full blown version of Windows.
Microsoft has been trying vehemently to get Apple product owners to switch over to its own hardware, with plenty of different Surface Pro 3 vs MacBook commercials out there.
Microsoft released the first version of Surface in 2012 with the vision that the future of computing would be on a tablet-laptop hybrid device. The vision itself sounded great, but Microsoft didn’t get the execution right at first.
Microsoft has aggressively marketed its Surface tablet lineup against the iPad in the past, but its latest advertising campaign targets the MacBook Air.
Microsoft has now opened up a promotion that offers you, the trust owner of a MacBook Air laptop, up to $650 in trade-in credit towards their own tablet-laptop hybrid — the Surface Pro 3.
At a press event in New York this morning, Microsoft announced Surface Pro 3, the latest product in Microsoft’s line of computers that bridge the gap between tablets and laptops. The Surface Pro 3 is thinner, faster, lighter, bigger and Microsoft says “This is the tablet that can replace your laptop.”
Samsung has just released a new ad for its Galaxy Pro series of tablets.
We’re used to Samsung poking fun at Apple products, but in the new ad, the South Korean company targets not only Apple’s iPad, but also Microsoft Surface and Amazon’s Kindle.
Delta is dropping its iPad trial and issuing Surface 2 tablets to its pilots. These tablets will become the cornerstone of the company’s new electronic flight bag (EFB) and will replace the heavy paper-bound versions. Though Microsoft is playing up this deal, this transition was not as smooth as it appears on the surface, says a report in AppleInsider.