Microsoft (MSFT) hasn’t seen the success it would like with its Surface tablets, but the company hasn’t given up. In fact, it’s pushing the latest iteration — the Surface Pro 3 — harder than ever.
This time, it’s not just shooting for the traditional stronghold of Windows and Office-using business types. Microsoft wants the Surface Pro 3 to be the mobile device of choice for creative professionals, too.
I was at the recent Microsoft Surface Cafe event in Toronto and had the opportunity to spend three hours putting the new MSFT tablet through its paces.
How did this newest (and biggest) Surface tablet fare? Is it the PC laptop replacement Microsoft is positioning it as? Is it really capable of replacing the Apple (AAPL) MacBook Air/iPad Air combo that MSFT is so blatantly gunning for?
Read my Microsoft Surface Pro 3 review to find out.