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Microsoft SurfaceSome of the most productive devices on the planet are right at your fingertips. Designed for the way you work, play and all of the moments in between, the Microsoft Surface collection delivers innovative technology that will transform your day, bring new life to your projects, and help you spend more time doing what you love.
Discover the latest Surface devices and accessories – and experience technology that delivers a new level of style and functionality.
• Surface Pro: The new Surface Pro offers a best-in-class laptop, plus the versatility of a studio and tablet. It delivers a stunning high-contrast, low-glare display, up to 13 hours of battery life, incredible memory, an ultra-fast processor, and Windows 10 Pro in a sleek, slim, portable package. Choose the laptop that works perfectly with new Surface Pen, Surface Dial, and Office, and runs the full Windows experience, including 3D creation tools.
• Surface Laptop: A laptop like no other, Surface Laptop offers premium power, outstanding portability, and luxurious style. It's ultra-thin, incredibly lightweight, and designed with rich, tone-on-tone color combinations highlighted by an elegant Alcantara fabric-covered keyboard. It's powered by a 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processor for excellent multitasking capabilities, and has a 13.5-inch PixelSense Display which delivers true-to-life color. Surface Laptop features the latest Microsoft innovations, including Windows Hello, Microsoft Office, Skype, and Cortana, in addition to dedicated Surface Care and support for Surface Pen and touch, Surface Dial, and Windows Ink.
• Surface Book 2: A robust laptop, powerful tablet, and portable studio that adapts to the ways you work and create, Surface Book 2 is our fastest laptop yet, with high-speed Intel quad-core processors. The new Surface Book 2 delivers up to17 hours of battery life and is 4 times more powerful than the original Surface Book. Speeds through intensive, professional-grade desktop software like SOLIDWORKS, Autodesk Revit, and Adobe Premiere Pro. Amazing graphics performance that enables faster renders and intensive gaming with the latest NVIDIA GeForce dedicated GPUs. The new Surface Book 2 packs the most powerful graphics performance in the Surface family.
• Surface Book: Ultra-thin and beautifully crafted, the Surface Book gives you a powerful processor, loads of memory and incredible resolution, as well as a detachable, backlit keyboard so you can use your PixelSense display like a traditional tablet. You'll also get a Surface Pen that allows you to write on documents and web pages, up to 12 hours of battery life, the latest Windows software, access to your favorite apps, like Office 2016 or Office 365, and more. Also available with a discrete graphics processing unit for high-quality rendering of gaming, drafting and photo-editing.
• Surface Book with Performance Base: The most powerful device in its class, the Surface Book with Performance Base has been engineered for professional-grade software, like SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD, AutoCAD Revit, and Adobe Premiere Pro – which you can run anywhere. And with latest version of Windows 10, it's easy to keep your security up to date. In addition, the Surface Book with Performance Base gives you a breathtaking 13.5-inch PixelSense Display with a Resolution: 3000 x 2000 and an aspect ratio of 3:2. And just like Surface Book, it features a sensitive touch screen and Surface Pen, as well as a keyboard so you can use your device your way. Best of all, with up to 16 hours of video playback, the Surface Book with Performance Base makes it easy to do more on your schedule.
• Surface Pro 4: The Surface Pro 4 delivers a stunning high-contrast, low-glare display, up to 9 hours of battery life, incredible memory, an ultra-fast processor and the latest operating system in a sleek, slim, portable package. Plus, with the included multi-position kickstand, keyboard and Surface Pen, you can use the Surface Pro 4 as a laptop or a tablet. You can even attach the Surface Pro 4 to your Microsoft Surface Dock to seamlessly turn your tablet into a desktop PC.
• Surface Studio: Get an all-in-one PC that's beautiful, powerful, and state of the art. Featuring a 28-inch PixelSense touchscreen display with a 192 dpi resolution, and a hinged system that allows you to place it in virtually any position, it's the ultimate design device. And with an i5 or i7 Intel Core i7, a 1-2TB Rapid Hybrid Drive, four USB 3.0 ports (one high powered), dual microphones, 2.1 speakers with Dolby Audio Premium, and a Surface Pen, Keyboard and Mouse, you can do more your way.
• Surface Dial: Created to perfectly complement your favorite Surface device, the Surface Dial is an innovative, stand-alone scroll wheel that allows you to easily, seamlessly scroll and control a wide range of functions. From accessing your favorite shortcuts and volume controls, to using your go-to drawing and image editing tools, the Surface Dial can help you be more creative in more ways than ever before.
• Surface for Business: When it comes to business, Microsoft understands that having the right devices can make or break your success. With the Surface for Business program, you can get the fast, reliable and powerful devices you need such as the Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 and the Surface Hub with cost effective options such as volume pricing and financing.
Explore our complete collection of Surface devices and accessories, including our ergonomic keyboard and Surface Mouse – and discover how Surface can help you work, relax, design and create as never before. For questions about any of our products, contact one of our stores, or talk to an expert and we'll help you choose the right devices for all that you do.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 tanıtıldı -
Microsoft bir süredir merakla beklenen 5. Nesil Surface Pro’yu Şangay’da düzenlediği etkinlikte tanıttı. Yeni Surface Pro’nun en dikkat çeken özelliği ise bataryasının yaklaşık 13,5 saat süreyle kullanabiliyor olması. Yeni modelde LTE opsiyonu da bulunmakta.
Pek çok kimsenin Surface Pro 5 olarak adlandırılmasını beklediği model Microsoft tarafından isminin sadece Surface Pro olarak açıklandı. Yeni Surface Pro, görünüş olarak eski Surface Pro 4’e yakın çizgilere sahip. Microsoft Surface ekibi şefi Panos Panay’a göre “anlamlı bir yenilik” olarak tanımlanıyor. Panay ayrıca yeni Surface Pro’da yaklaşık 800 özel parçanın kullanıldığını söyledi. Bu yeni özel parçalar, Surface Pro’da birçok özelliğe katkıda bulunuyor.
Yeni hybrid dizüstü bilgisayar, arkada 8 megapiksel kamera ve önde 5 megapiksel kamera ile geliyor. 2.3″ boyutlu ve 2160 × 1440 piksel çözünürlüklü bir ekrana sahip. Yeni Surface Pro işlemci gücünü en yeni yedinci nesil Kaby Lake‘lerden alacak. Daha önceki Surface modeli Core M 3 ve Core i5 işlemciler kullanılmıştı. Panos Panay, sadece işlemci değişikliği yapmadıklarını anakarta SSD’yi de entegre ettiklerini söyledi. Bunların Windows ve Surface’de yaptıkları temel mimari değişiklikleri olduğunu söyleyen Panay, Surface Pro 4’e göre daha hafif ve güçlü olacağını söyledi.
Microsoft yeni Surface Pro’nun pil ömrünü de artırdı. Yeni Surface Pro,13.5 saatlik pil ömrüyle bir önceki Surface Pro 4’ten %50 ve Apple iPad Pro’dan %35 daha fazla çalışma süresi sağlıyor. Ayrıca bu cihaz 768 gram olan ağırlığı ile en hafif Surface Pro‘dur. Kalınlığı ise sadece 8.5 milimetredir. Surface Pro, bu yılın ilerleyen aylarında 4G LTE Advanced seçeneği ile de piyasaya çıkacak. Microsoft ayrıca 4096 basınç noktası içeren yeni bir Surface Kalem ürününü de tanıttı. Bu kalem Microsoft Office programlarında birçok yeni özelliği de beraberinde getirecek. Tanıtılan bir diğer ürün olan Signature Type Kılıf ise 1.3 mm inceliği ile cihazın daha taşınabilir olmasını sağlıyor.
İşte yeni Microsoft Surface Pro teknik özellikleri
İşlemci: HD Graphics 615 grafik işlemcili 7. nesil Intel Core m3, HD Graphics 620 grafik işlemcili 7. nesil i5 veya Iris Plus Graphics 640 grafik işlemcili 7. nesil i7
Ekran: 12.3″ 3:2 PixelSense 10 parmak destekleyen dokunmatik ekran
Kamera: 8MP arka kamera (1080p video kayıt destekli), 5MP ön kamera (1080p video kayıt destekli) Bağlantılar: 4G LTE (opsiyonel), WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1, tam boyutlu USB 3.0, microSD kart okuyucu, Mini DisplayPort, kılıf bağlantısı, Surface Connect
Bellek: 4GB, 8GB veya 16GB
Sensörler: Işık sensörü, İvme Ölçer, Jiroskop
İletişim: Dolby Audio Premium özellikli 1.6W Stereo hoparlör ve Stereo mikrofon
Boyutlar: 292 x 201 x 8.5 milimetre
Ağırlık: 768 gram (m3), 770 gram (i3) 784 gram (i5)
Batarya: 13.5 saat video izlemeYükleniyor ...
Microsoft Surface Tablet: 5 Questions
Microsoft left a lot of unanswered questions after following Apple into the tablet hardware business Monday with its new Windows 8-based Surface PCs/tablets. The software maker introduced the new family of devices during an event in Los Angeles.
Microsoft said the new Surface tablets are meant as companion hardware for Windows 8--the most dramatic overhaul of the OS since Windows 95. Company CEO Steve Ballmer said: "We wanted to give Windows 8 its own companion hardware innovation." Windows 8 is expected to be available in the fall.
The Surface brand was originally used for a tabletop touchscreen computer Microsoft launched in 2007.
Early Impressions Are Positive
Looking at the spec sheet, the new devices sound promising and early impressions are generally positive. The new tablets will come with a 10.6-inch display, a kickstand for tabletop viewing, and a super-thin keyboard case that attaches to the device with magnets.
Surface will come in two flavors: Surface with Windows RT and Surface Pro with Windows 8 Pro. Windows RT is the version of Windows 8 designed for ARM processors; it includes the new touch-friendly Metro-style interface, as well as a limited version of the traditional Windows desktop for running Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.
Surface tablets with Windows RT will include a micros slot, USB 2.0, and a Micro HD port. The devices will weigh about 1.5 pounds and be about 0.36-inches thick. Microsoft did not say which processor the Windows RT device would have, but did say the tablets will come with your choice of 32GB or 64GB of storage.
Microsoft Surface tablet with Metro interfaceThe Surface Pro tablets will be Intel-based with access to the Metro UI as well as to the fully functional Windows desktop and will come in 64GB and 128GB versions. The tablet will have a microSDXC card slot, USB 3.0, and Mini Display Port. The Surface Pro will weigh just under two pounds and be about half-an-inch thick.
That's what we do know about Surface, but there are also a few interesting questions left to answer.
How Much Will It Cost?
Microsoft was short on details when it came to pricing the new Surface tablets. The company said the Windows RT version of Surface would cost about the same as comparable slates. Surface Pro, meanwhile, would be priced similar to comparable competitive Ultrabook PCs.
Let's assume that comparable tablets for the Windows RT version mean the market leader, Apple's iPad. So the entry-level Surface models should cost about $600 for the 32GB version and $700 for the 64GB model.
How much Surface Pro devices will cost is another issue entirely since Microsoft wants to compete with Ultrabook PCs. When Intel introduced the new class of portable laptops in spring 2011, they were supposed to be priced under $1,000. But that dream is only now becoming a reality with second-generation Ultrabooks.
Samsung Series 9Devices like the Lenovo U310 and 410 are priced at $750 and $800 respectively, Vizio just released a line of Ultrabooks that start at $900, and the base model for Sony's new Vaio T13 costs $800. Will the Surface Pro be priced under $1,000 as well, or will Microsoft reach for a higher cost similar to the Samsung Series 9 ($1,400-$1,500) or the Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A ($1,100)?
When Will It Arrive?
The Windows RT version of Surface is due to come out during the general release of Windows 8, which is expected in the fall, around October. The Surface Pro is scheduled for release about three months later, meaning in early 2013. Microsoft did not offer any specifics beyond these general time lines.
Will Microsoft Ever Give Up on the Digital Pen?
Bill Gates at the 2002 introduction of Windows Tablet PC edition with digital penMicrosoft couldn't resist giving a nod to its legacy tablets (convertible notebooks) by including digital pen functionality with the Surface Pro. But haven't consumers already spoken and said, "Thanks, but no thanks" to digital pen input technology by adopting the finger-driven iPad in droves?
What About 3G/4G Connectivity?
Microsoft didn't say whether the new Surface devices would include mobile data. Perhaps the company didn't want to discuss that issue while it works on developing carrier partnerships for its new tablets. Wi-Fi only devices are great, but many people--especially those looking at the Surface Pro for work--will want the option of a higher-priced device that comes with 3G/4G connectivity.
Will the Surface Fulfill the Promise of Apple's iPad?
When technology critics speculate about the future of the iPad, many wonder if it could one day replace the home PC for many users. In some ways it has already done that for users who just want a computer that can do casual Web browsing, e-mail, social networking, and video streaming. There are also some professionals using the iPad instead of a laptop at work, including programmers, journalists, and small business owners.
Apple's latest iPad tabletBut while the iPad is becoming a popular choice for the road, many people are still holding on to their laptops. That could change with Surface and similar devices since they offer a familiarity the iPad doesn't necessarily have.
This is especially true with the Surface Pro: It's a full Windows PC that is still a relatively sleek tablet with a slim travel keyboard designed with touch typists in mind. That means you can take all the programs you use right now and stick them on something the size of a tablet. Even the entry-level version of Surface running Windows RT offers the more familiar desktop interface (albeit with limited functionality) for people who want a basic desktop.
Microsoft Surface in profileBased on what Microsoft has said, however, the one thing Surface may be missing is the consumer-friendly entry-level price point of $500. That appears to be the magic number for people to buy iPads, and tablets that have been initially priced above that have failed to gain much traction: i.e., RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook and the HTC Jetstream.
Perhaps Microsoft will still meet the $500 price with the 32GB version as does the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201, but we won't know for sure until Windows RT Surface tablets hit store shelves.
Microsoft is off to a good start with Surface, but we'll have to wait a few months yet to find out if the company's promises will meet consumer expectations.
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Amazon.com : Microsoft Surface 3 Tablet (10.8-Inch, 64 GB, Intel Atom, Windows 8.1) : Computers & AccessoriesI have to say, I greatly like this Surface. The Surface 3 is the first Surface that I have ever owned, and it has comfortably taken the place of my iPad 4. They are both the same weight, they are about the same size, and they are both comfortable for reading documents on.
It took me about 3 hours to get it completely up and running. This includes ~15 minutes of unboxing the Surface, ~15-30 minutes of setup, ~1 hour of updates, and ~ 1 hour of charging it back to 50%. After that, I was able to spend the rest of the evening reading articles to my heart's content.
Main uses:- Scribbling on Sketchpad or Sketchbook- Writing notes with OneNote- Reading online articles and surfing the web- Using online language tutoring programs (you can have the tutoring software in one part of the tablet, and OneNote in the other part, which is great~)- Remote desktop applications- Listening to music through iHeartRadio
I do not game with my tablets, so any more power than what this device gives would be wasted on me.
Main things I love about it:- The pen. I have been searching for an active digitizer tablet that was light, shaped similarly to a sheet of paper, and within my price range. This device offers all of that, and much more.- IE metro. Compared to all of my other devices, this browser is devilishly fast!- Discreet, yet powerful speakers. They don't have the same quality as a high class system, but they don't sound tinny. That makes me exceedingly happy, because I love using my tablets to play music while I'm chilling at home.- Windows 8.1 on a tablet. I believe the Surface team when they say that the Surface is supposed to be a stage for Windows 8. Many of the gestures make sense once you figure them out. Luckily it was fun to figure them out~- ~ 8 to 10 hours of battery life. With mixed loads of surfing the web and annotating documents, I lost about 10-15% of battery per hour. That's similar to the battery drain on my iPad. I do a lot of annotating and notetaking with my iPad.
Main concerns:- Slow recharge time. It charges ~20-30% per hour. I have not measured how fast it charges when it is turned off, but I assume that it would be faster. This is fine for people who charge their devices at night. Edit: I tried charging it turned off, and it charged ~35% per hour. It's not perfect, but it helps in a jiffy.- Loose charger. It is not magnetic, and can be very wiggly. I like the fact that I can use my cell phone charger on it, but I would preferred that the charger sat more flush with the device.- Possible heating issues. While it has yet to get as hot as my iPad 4 does, the area where the processor is does get toasty. The tablet did get severely hot during the first round of updates. I got around this by using my Thermaltake portable fan to cool it while it was updating.- Battery life. Like with all tablets, battery life drains faster with higher brightness levels and intensive processor usage. I have used the lowest brightness setting because it is the easiest on my eyes, and what I am doing with it is not intensive. I also do not use Google Chrome or Firefox. I have no need for my bookmarks to be linked on my tablets. That's mostly due to my iPad training.
After working with the Surface, I do believe that I could have chosen a 64 GB edition with 2 GB of RAM and would have not missed anything. I usually only have two applications up at one time on my tablets, maybe three. I always advocate that people should get what they need. If you don't know if one model is enough, try it out or buy the improved version (in this case, the 128 GB edition). There were no demonstration units near me during the time I preordered it, so I decided to be safe. Also, I didn't have to have the keyboard. It's a great keyboard, a wonderful cover, but I can easily use the onscreen keyboard. In addition, the USB port allows for me to plug the Surface into my USB hub, which has a full-sized keyboard and mouse on it. I don't type with my tablet when I'm on the go, I write on it!
Overall, I love my surface! I will be certain to update along the way if I run into any issues or what-not.
Notes (updated 11/20/2015):- Windows 8.1 Core has some basic power settings, but it doesn't give you the full range of options. I found this out while trying to chase down my screen brightness weirdness. When the system was logged in and sitting for a bit, it would brighten. I had turned off auto-brightness at this point, so I knew it wasn't that. In the 'Advanced' part of the power management menu, I noticed an option for dimming the screen. It can be set from 0 % to 100 %, but it can't be turned off. I set it to 0 %, and the brightness weirdness disappeared.
- Typing in Google Docs on IE was laggy. I feared that my keyboard was messed up, but I realized that I had to type slower for Google Docs to register my keystrokes. In addition, there were sizing discrepancies between the Surface and my desktop. The Google Doc pages on the Surface seemed to have around half an inch taken away from the bottom. I have no idea why there was a difference, but I greatly enjoyed being able to use two devices to tackle the report (the document on Google Docs was a group report).
- Cheap plastic screen protectors can make the pen unusable. I used a spare, resizable screen protector that I had laying around. I thought that I was going to ruin the pen when I was writing on it. I'm looking for a better screen protector because I am hard on my devices...
- The Surface fits inside Solo's Urban Ultra Slimfolio. This was meant for 13 inch laptops. It is a tighter fit than I was expecting, but the case holds the Surface, my notebook, a pen, my Kindle, a Bluetooth mouse, and the Surface's charger easily.
- I have had issues with the Surface not charging even though the white indicator light is lit. However, I have never had this issue when I use the charger I bough in Japan (12 W charger with the appropriate charging cable). I think that if the connector is not properly aligned, it will light the indicator, but it will not charge. My suggestion is to find an appropriately rated charging cable (2.4 A at 5 V) and switch the two cords.
I have used the Surface for note taking and coursework for about a semester now. The Surface has been working amazingly as my 'iPad replacement!' Heck, I can even do simple Arduino and Python codes on it, which is great because I like to mock up pieces of code at a time. I can quickly sort and edit papers through DrawBoard, which is great because I like using the pen to edit and annotate documents. There are even times when I don't use my main computer for days on end because I don't need it for day-to-day tasks. Overall, this has been the perfect product for me.