We're broadcasting from San Francisco this week and joined by TUAW editor-in-chief Victor Agreda Jr. and Engadget's own Sarah Silbert to talk Beats acquihire rumors and the "lapability" of the Surface Pro 3. Dan tried to get Plan B to join the show, but, well... it is 2014. We've got all the details about Microsoft's newest slate-top and some insight as to how it fares as a daily driver. James shares some info about Samsung's latest foray into tangential gadgets: a VR rig tailored specifically for mobile devices that's being fast-tracked to beat out the competition. There's also been some action in the EE camp leading to another round of avian-inspired gear that's priced to move, although Jamie's going to wait for the LTE Moto G. It's a great bit of banter to soak up, so kick back and get ready for this week's Engadget Eurocast!

Hosts: Dan Cooper, Jamie Rigg, James Trew

Guests: Victor Agreda Jr., Sarah Silbert

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the Podcast:

01:01 - Microsoft announces its biggest tablet yet, the 12-inch Surface Pro 3
01:30 - Hands-on with Microsoft's Surface Pro 3
13:59 - Samsung is making a VR headset for its phones and tablets
21:37 - EE Kestrel review: a good low-cost 4G phone, but with a Moto on its back
26:28 - EE takes on Google and Tesco with £199 own-brand 4G tablet
30:41 - Apple's Beats Deal Is Happening, And It's A Dre Acquihire
50:06 - Should 'Adorkable' 'Duckface' or 'Nomakeupselfie' be added to the dictionary?

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