Surface Pro articles
First-generation Surface may have sold only 1.5 million units, half of expectations, but that isn't keeping Microsoft from preparing a second-generation 7-incher for late June. According to DigiTimes report, the tablet, on paper, appears like shrunk down Surface Pro
Microsoft's April cumulative software update for the Surface family of tablets is its third one this year, with a focus on fixing the various WiFi connectivity issues affecting the devices. It is said to address the "Limited Connectivity" DHCP lease dropping bug.
Microsoft released an update on the global availability of its Surface family of tablets. By late-March, Surface RT will have spread to six potentially high-volume markets; while Surface Pro with Windows 8 Pro reaches seven, with an appetite for $899 tablets.
USB VGA maker DisplayLink announced that its ubiquitous docks that add loads of connectivity to skinny Ultrabooks, now supports Microsoft's Surface Pro, by releasing supporting driver software for the tablet. DisplayLink docks add multiple display and peripheral ports.
No gadget is too difficult for iFixit to tear down on, but Microsoft's Surface Pro posed a real challenge, so much so that it got rated a disastrous 1/10 on the "repairability" rating, with a caution that you could really hurt your Surface trying to be DIY.
The Microsoft Surface Pro reviews are out and they make for very interesting reading. This is the first Intel tablet from Redmond and its running on Windows 8 Pro. And as with any first generation tech product, its just full of things to both love and hate.
Microsoft's Surface with Windows 8 Pro will be going on sale on February 9th and the tablet is already on display in some locations. This is the company's long-awaited version with an Intel Core i5, full size USB 3.0, a microSDXC card slot and mini DisplayPort.