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    Default Microsoft Suface Tablet Pro [inside out look]


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    But the most interesting part is to see what is inside the surface pro


    Here is how you can open it
    http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Micro...Teardown/12842

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    This is a Dual core (four thread) mobile processor, isn't it?
    Why so Serious!

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    who else can see a bird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    who else can see a bird?
    In the Tablet Screen?
    Why so Serious!

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    the bird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overlord View Post
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    whoa!! I didn't watch so deeply..great..
    Why so Serious!

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    This thing is bombing. <4 hours of battery,83GB of storage (23GB usable on the 64GB version), awkward when using it as a "lap"top. Not much left to screw up at this point.

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    @aayman biggest surprise is the accommodation of such advance tech in a slim device so intelligently. Revolution started soon the war will give birth of more new and prolific changes to touch-pad. I am looking forward to a transparent device after 5 year from now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    @aayman biggest surprise is the accommodation of such advance tech in a slim device so intelligently. Revolution started soon the war will give birth of more new and prolific changes to touch-pad. I am looking forward to a transparent device after 5 year from now.
    Nothing revolutionary by any means. You can get the same setup with a 128GB iPad + BT Keyboard and it would still be slightly cheaper and more ergonomic than that. Or just straight forward go for an Ultrabook for the same price with much better performance.

    This was a very bad attempt at merging the too.

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    Basically a laptop/netbook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNutKicker View Post
    Basically a laptop/netbook.
    Nope, netbooks have better battery life

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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal.amir.bd View Post
    Nope, netbooks have better battery life
    Well,Basically a worse but lighter and expensive alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    This thing is bombing. <4 hours of battery,83GB of storage (23GB usable on the 64GB version), awkward when using it as a "lap"top. Not much left to screw up at this point.
    Not really. <4 hour only if you stress it. 5+ for normal continuous usage. Even more for normal usage.

    Storage is much more (~90+; 30+) with a few clicks not to mention SDXC. It was a no brainer actually. You can't have 60+/120+ when a full blown windows is installed.

    Can be used as tablet? Yes.
    Can be used as "laptop" on desk? Yes
    Can be used as "laptop" on lap? Yes (unless you place your knees above your hip level)
    Can be used as tablet on lap? Yes
    Can be used on lap with kickstand? Yes! (most retard reviewers missed this).
    Can be used while lying in bed (on bed or on belly)? Yes.
    Can be used if you put your legs on a table and lean on a chair? Yes.

    Here's the thing: most people don't use laptop on lap and if you really need to use it on a cramped place, either use this with folded cover (tablet style) or kickstand *on* folded cover and use the on screen keyboard...or don't use this device. It works with all positions except one which can be dubbed not that important.


    As for performance: goes head to head with any other ultrabook but has better display, best touch and pen support (best optical bonding, 1024 pressure level; custom pen calibration from factory; supports Wacom too).

    If someone really needs extra batt juice, they are building covers with battery pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal.amir.bd View Post
    Nope, netbooks have better battery life
    And they "make it up" with their 中中 performance. I feel like smashing it to the ground whenever I use a "netbook".
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    Best use of netbooks = as thinclients, at least for me. I just rdp into my desktop with mine, yay for having 300mbit access to a 3770k with no lag.

    It'll work fine on the go too if 3g ever becomes mainstream here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Best use of netbooks = as thinclients, at least for me. I just rdp into my desktop with mine, yay for having 300mbit access to a 3770k with no lag.

    It'll work fine on the go too if 3g ever becomes mainstream here.
    Yes, but it still lags like 中中.


    On a side note, using bluestacks, you can run (almost) all droid apps with touch support on surface pro. That's like having 11 out of 10 score for app availability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
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    I've seen videos of using it on the lap, maybe it's fine when using it as a women and facebook but nothing that requires actual typing. KB is just too flimsy for that sort of thing. And it's too thick to be as ergonomic as a normal tablet.

    A lot of college students do use it on their laps. If they can't put up a fight in this crowd then they might as well give up.

    And this isn't anything like a netbook, those things were an abomination to begin with but do make badass download PCs

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    Rob the BANK Microsoft surface Pro arrived Bangladesh and have a look at this tablet priced whooping 1Lak +

    Surface Pro 128GB Tk 110,000/- Touch keyboard Tk 14,900/-

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...3373275&type=1

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    This is expected since it's the very first shipment. The prices should come down eventually, but I don't think it will go under 100,000, considering the original pricing is $1000+tax

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    Yes, but it still lags like 中中.


    On a side note, using bluestacks, you can run (almost) all droid apps with touch support on surface pro. That's like having 11 out of 10 score for app availability.
    Bluestacks sucks. last time I used it it was really slow. and dont work always
    Once more into the fray
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