Starting Friday, Sept. 12, the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station will be available in 28 markets. When clicked into the docking station, the Surface Pro 3 becomes a powerful three-in-one device – tablet, laptop and desktop – taking productivity and personalization to the next level.
If puzzles are your go-to brain break, then the NYT Crossword probably reigns as one of the most challenging ones. You can play the free daily mini puzzle on your Windows Phone, PC or tablet, or subscribe to the daily full puzzle. And between now and Oct. 6, you’ll get a free one-year subscription to it when you buy a new Surface Pro 3 through the Microsoft Store.
Suneel Goud, Surface senior product manager, uses the Docking Station to connect his Surface Pro 3 to an external monitor, ergonomic keyboard, mouse, printer, external hard drive and multimedia speakers. “And I still have open ports for additional accessories,” he writes.
The latest release of SketchBook Pro, for artists of all skill levels, is now available, and it is a terrific program to use on the Surface Pro 3, writes Markus Weickenmeier, Surface manager, in a blog post.