“Many of you have placed pre-orders for the new Surface, and those who ordered the Intel Core i5 versions will be receiving them directly,” writes Panos Panay, corporate vice president, Microsoft Surface.
Among the many cool features of Surface Pro 3 is the pen that you can use for writing notes on the screen – which can be immediately saved to OneNote. And because OneNote is available for all your devices, using Windows, Windows Phone, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android, you’ll be able to get your info from anywhere.
Having created more than 40 titles in the last 20 years, Paul Vera-Broadbent is a prominent digital artist in the video gaming industry. Outside of this, he’s a closet Fresh Painter. Inspired by classic artists such as Van Gogh, Turner and Cezanne, Paul makes his mark in the digital space with his Surface Pro.
Customers can go in store or online at MicrosoftStore.com now to pre-order Surface Pro 3, and can visit any Microsoft retail store to have a hands-on experience with Surface Pro 3 and the latest accessories — including a Microsoft Store-exclusive red Type Cover.
Want to do your own hands-on look of the Surface Pro 3 before it goes on sale June 20? You can! It’s available for all the touching, pen-using, keyboard tapping and whatever else you want to do, at Microsoft retail stores in the U.S. and Canada, as well as at the Windows stores at Best Buy.
View this slideshow for a closer look at the beautifully designed Surface Pro 3, which starts at an estimated retail price of $799, and will be available for pre-order starting May 20 at 9:01 p.m. PT through Microsoftstore.com and select third-party retailers.
The Surface Pro 3 – the most powerful, thinnest and lightest Surface Pro yet – was announced Tuesday. It has a 12-inch screen, weighs just 1.76 pounds and is 0.36 inches thin. The Surface Pro 3 is both a “full PC and a brilliant tablet,” says Panos Panay, Microsoft corporate vice president for Surface Computing, who unveiled the new Surface at a live event in New York City.