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By Dennis C Stokes on June 30, 2014
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64 bit.
By J. Shope on July 11, 2014
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The browser appears to websites as a desktop browser and not a mobile browser. The Surface Pro 3 is a full version of Windows and uses the full non-mobile browser installations. I did go to a website I manage and loaded a page where I had it display the browser type and was able to confirm that the built in IE browse… see more The browser appears to websites as a desktop browser and not a mobile browser. The Surface Pro 3 is a full version of Windows and uses the full non-mobile browser installations. I did go to a website I manage and loaded a page where I had it display the browser type and was able to confirm that the built in IE browser and Chrome both show up as the same desktop browser as you find in laptop or desktop computer running Windows 8.1. see less
By Nom de Plume on July 31, 2014
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I shoot with the Nikon D800 shooting raw files and the surface pro 3 had no issues processing the images, I was using primarily LR with Photoshop only used for heavier retouching and I had no issues if you push the surface hard you will hear the cooling fans coming on but that is a minor issue.
By Roderic Putnam on September 27, 2014
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Yes. The Surface Pro 3 has a selection of onscreen keyboards, one of which allows you to convert handwriting to type. I tested this in the desktop version of Word, and it works amazingly well, even with my sloppy cursive.
By Martin A. on September 10, 2014
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With nothing installed it shows 93 GB free of 113 GB.
By Brent on September 16, 2014
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Hello, if you are thinking in take notes, surface pro 3 with I3 processor is enough, it has a very good stylus pen with a big screen, good luck.
By Julio César Ibarra Fiallo on August 14, 2014
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In my opinion as a college student this tablet is perfect to be able to pull up slides for classes as well as you get the flexibility to use this tablet as a powerful computer. The 64GB is a cheaper model and the processor is an i3 but the 128GB is an i5 which means the 128GB has way better performance so I believe you… see more In my opinion as a college student this tablet is perfect to be able to pull up slides for classes as well as you get the flexibility to use this tablet as a powerful computer. The 64GB is a cheaper model and the processor is an i3 but the 128GB is an i5 which means the 128GB has way better performance so I believe you will be way better off with the 128GB. see less
By Magic TV Parts on August 8, 2014 SELLER
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128GB, expandable to 256GB through micro sd card. I already did that. And 4GB of RAM, not expandable
By Pablo on July 31, 2014