The Surface team has gotten a lot of positive feedback about Surface Pro 2, including how it “feels” so much faster and better. And along with the praise has come some questions about how exactly Surface Pro 2 changed from Surface Pro.
On Tuesday the Surface Blog presented a video with Dr. Nick Patel from Columbia, South Carolina, on how the Surface Pro has helped him to increase his efficiency while also improving the interactions he has with his patients.
Mountain climber Jake Norton is more than that. He’s also a guide, filmmaker, speaker and clean-water advocate who is on the road much of his time. So is his Surface Pro, which he said “rose to the challenge” during his latest trip to India for the “Ganga: Source to Sea Expedition.”
When we last left Jake Norton and team of explorers, they were preparing for their #GangaS2S expedition, tracing the Ganges River in India from the source high in the Himalayas down to the terminus in the Bay of Bengal.
Jake Norton has traveled the world climbing some of the most storied peaks on the planet, from Africa to Asia and beyond. Now he’s tracing the path of the Ganges River in India, and reporting on his travels using a Surface Pro, which he calls his “dream tool.”
The Surface team recently caught up with Irvin in New York while he was filming “Soak,” a short for his company Cinematique. See the video and read the blog post to find out how Irvin uses his Surface Pro to get more done on the go.