The new Surface Pro is more viable as a laptop replacement, but it hasn't made much progress as a standalone tablet. Ultimately, it's at its best in laptop mode, but it's still not always as comfortable to use as a proper Ultrabook.Read Full Review
- Attractive, well-built hardware
- Great display
- Fast performance, improved battery life
- More comfortable to use in the lap
- Still heavy as a standalone tablet
- Typing experience hasn't improved much
The Surface Pro 2 has been bumped up to the Haswell generation of Intel chips, can contain up to 8 gigabytes of low-power DDR RAM, and a SSD that can reach the half-terabyte mark. It also receives the new kickstand position, which Microsoft is proud of, mostly because it works.
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I love my Surface Pro 2, it lets me do so many things. Its very useful for indie devs. The pen input lets pixel artists draw and the portability allows for coding on the go.
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