|Screen Size||10.6 centimeters|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.3 GHz Tegra 3.0|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA Tegra|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
Microsoft Surface RT (32GB)
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- Windows RT 8.1, 10.6-Inch ClearType HD Display
- Quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3
- Up to 8 Hours of Battery Life, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB Storage Capacity (15 GB Available)
- Two 720p HD LifeCams, front and rear facing
- Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0 Technology, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, 31.5 W-h, up to 8 hours mixed activity, 7-15 days idle life
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+ Build quality. The VaporMg finish definitely feels-- and looks-- extremely classy, and this tablet feels great in the hand. Think the aluminum used on Apple's products, but with a slightly softer, warmer finish. The kickstand (designed to be similar to the doors on a luxury car) snaps shut with an incredibly satisfying click, and folds open in a smooth, clear motion. There's no creak to the chassis anywhere, and the entire package screams quality. Save for one thing: the Microsoft logo on the kickstand begins to wear quickly, and for no discernable reason.
+ Beautiful screen.Read more ›
I also wanted to comment on the price of this product.
This product sells for $499 in the Microsoft store, and it is unfortunate that Amazon is allowing the re-seller to sell at a price that is significantly higher than Microsoft's MSRP.
When they additionally claim that the list price is $999 and that there is a saving of 43%, it becomes a more serious issue. Amazon is here transmitting a statement that is incorrect and misleading, and could potentially be interpreted as fraudulent by a court of law. It should be expected that many people will purchase this product with the belief that they are saving money, when they are in fact paying significantly more than they should. Amazon could at a later time face legal complaints, for example alleging that Amazon benefited financially from false and misleading price information, knowingly and willfully permitting re-sellers to provide false or misleading price information on the Amazon website for the purpose of mutual financial gain, obtained on the basis of financial losses incurred by Amazon customers. Based on the large number of similar misleading prices in different Amazon product categories (see for example DSLR cameras), it should be clear that Amazon could face very significant financial claims, if either groups of customers or government agencies decided to pursue legal action in this matter.
Amazon, please immediately put a stop to all instances of price gouging on your website, and communicate to your re-sellers that they should provide correct information with respect to the MSRP of products for sale.
The Surface itself is flawless. The touch keyboard is a feature unrivaled by any other tablet and I can't think of any products I will have to buy besides this one to make my Surface more usable. The kickstand is a great feature for being built into the tablet. The only problem with the kickstand is the angle when on your lap. Every other time it is the perfect angle, and that's more important anyway, IMO.
Windows RT is almost perfect. The multitasking is brilliant and I've been able to do almost everything I wanted without ever thinking about loading times... I just click and it's there. There are some slip-ups though that I assume will be fixed eventually, namely: The Music app itself, which came with the tablet already, is very buggy and crashes often. Very unpolished but there are other apps for music if it becomes a big deal. EDIT: They have updated the Music app and it is now problem-free. Thanks Microsoft! Also, flash only works on pre-approved websites. So, say you're like me, and frequent a forum that allows for embedding of YouTube videos, you won't be able to click the video unless it's a common forum that Microsoft has approved. It's not a huge deal, but it's noticeable. You can't see battery life until you go to the desktop and do it as you would on a Windows-based PC. This also doesn't give you an estimated battery time though, just percentage. IMO, RT should be able to handle something like that. I shouldn't have to go to the desktop for anything....
Except Office, which is understandable since it will be the same office between multiple platforms and I understand. It works very well with the touchscreen and Excel is finally usable on a tablet.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great idea and the interface is excellent. However, being stuck with IE that does nothing but hang up and crash makes this thing useless now. Read morePublished 16 days ago by joe mc
Love this multi-function tablet. Prior to the Surface RT, I had an Asus tabled (Android based), which was o.k. Read morePublished 22 days ago by TexasEx
It lags once in awhile but for $70 who cares! I bought mine used and it came with a touch keyboard. Free Office! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Abel
This device runs windows but at a limited capacity. By this I mean you can't install every program out there. You can only run programs found in the Windows Store. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kyle
buyer beware they will sell you a surface with not way to charge it. Dose not come with charger that is preparatory so buy the charger first or you will over pay for it or wait... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bassdale
My surface works perfectly fine but the chargers are being discontinued.Published 1 month ago by Alyssa