6.7 out of 10 based on 2639 reviews

Microsoft Surface Pro 3

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  • User Score (2101)
    8.1 8.1 from 2101 reviewers
  • Expert Score (43)
    8.4 8.4 from 43 reviewers
  • Features (3)
    7.2 7.2 from 3 reviewers
  • Performance (8)
    7.4 7.4 from 8 reviewers
  • Battery performance (3)
    6.9 6.9 from 3 reviewers
  • Display (4)
    6.7 6.7 from 4 reviewers
  • Weight (2)
    8.1 8.1 from 2 reviewers
  • Connectivity (2)
    5.3 5.3 from 2 reviewers
  • Camera (2)
    6.0 6.0 from 2 reviewers
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  • Expert Reviews

  1. Cybershack

    Cybershack
    8.0/10
    22 August 2014

    After using the Surface Pro 3 for over a week, I don't think the Surface Pro 3 is the tablet that can replace your laptop. It's actually the laptop that can replace your tablet. While it's being marketed as a tablet, it does a much better job of being a laptop than it does of being a tablet. Read more

    • Best example of a hybrid so far, Included Surface Pen is great, Display is stunning
    • Expensive for a tablet, TypeCover not included, Trackpad is average, Windows needs better touch optimisation
  2. Good Gear Guide

    Good Gear Guide
    9.0/10
    27 August 2014

    It's hard to go past the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 if you're after a tablet that can be used not only for media consumption, but also for doing real work. The hardware is excellent, the speed is laptop-like, and the user comfort level is high. Read more

    • Screen quality and resolution, Light and comfortable to hold, Kickstand
    • Capacitive Windows Home key, Type Cover is an option
  3. FatDuckTech

    FatDuckTech
    24 June 2014

    The Surface Pro 3 doesn’t launch in Australia until August, but I’ve spent a little time with Microsoft’s third generation professional tablet. Here’s my early thoughts. I’ve found plenty to be critical of Microsoft’s Surface strategy in the past , especially as it relates to the Surface RT line . Read more

  • User Reviews

  1. PriceSpy

    PriceSpy
    9.0/10
    Reviewer: George Beck, PriceSpy
    3 September 2014

    Without doubt this is the best device I have owned hands down. This is a tablet, laptop and notebook all in one. Works out $500 less than equivalent MacBook Air + iPad. For leisure you have apps, games made for PC's, Kindle, Comics, etc. You can also attach Xbox One controller. Read more

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