Read full Surface Pro 3 review
- 12-inch, 2,160 x 1,440 LCD screen
- Intel Core i3/i5/i7 CPU
- Magnetic keyboard base (not included)
Microsoft’s third go at making a tablet with the power of a laptop is its best yet. This time around it has a 12-inch screen, making it quite different from the first and second generation Pro models, quite a bit bigger. The real benefit of this is that it can function as a laptop without feeling too cramped. The previous versions did if you tried to use them as a day-in, day-out laptop.
Add the magnetic keyboard base and we think most of you would be able to live with the Surface Pro 3 as a laptop device. However, it does cost an extra £109 so make sure you factor this extra cost in too. Power-wise, though, the Surface Pro 3 creams all the other tablets here. This is a real computer as well as a tablet. Price: