The idea of the SP3 was great.
But was let down by the poor make. The magnet glued on to the flipstand easily comes out after normal usage (SP3 uses A LOT OF GLUE to stick the parts together, which isn't very strong).
As it was under warranty, I went to Microsoft for assistance. They were polite and fast in their response, but wanted me to pay $500 just to glue back the magnet.
Talk about money-minded Microsoft :(
It would have been better if the very high price included the keyboard and a MS Office.
Well I bought a Dell Inspiron 1564 battery at http://www.powerakkus.com/dell-inspiron-1564-akku.... few days ago.Now I want to know how to test its life?
How to be considered normal?
Hello, I'm a civil engineer, going to Madrid for an MBA on April 2015, and I will be needing a laptop for my studies, researches, watching videos and some gaming here and there (dota2, diablo3..). The machine will also be used for work later on be it engineering, consultancy, or finance, and I expect it to last 2 to 3 years at least. I'm looking for a premium laptop with a sleek design, and portability is an issue. Do you recommend the surface pro 3 i7 or the razer blade? (if any other device...
Nothing I plug in to the USB port seems to work. Wifi's still buggy.
This is one for all you UK citizens out there.
Does anyone know where I could try out a Surface Pro 3 with the stylus? I'm umming and erring about buying one, but it all rests on the stylus UX..
I assumed there would be somewhere in London, but any places I've found just have the tablet out stand alone.
(That said, does anyone have any comments on the stylus feel for general notetaking?)