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  • Shinyswordstorm 3 years ago

    So I’m currently in 9th grade and I have a surface pro 3($800 dollar i3
    model) for school, so I thought I’d give my opinion of the surface in the
    month I’ve had it so far. First, it feels really natural to carry around
    and is extremely light and thin. I use OneNote 2013 for all of my classes
    and it really does work seamlessly with it. With a full charge, it lasts my
    entire 6-7 hour school with some battery life to spare. During the day, I
    mainly use OneNote, Google Chrome, and Photoshop. I also occasionally use
    FL studio if I’m in the mood. The typing experience is great and the keys
    have awesome tactile feedback. The magnets on the keyboard are awesome and
    I rarely find myself taking it off on purpose or by accident. The thing
    that I love the most about it is using Photoshop CC. I spend about an hour
    or two drawing on photoshop everyday, depending on my schedule. The pen is
    amazing for drawing and it really helps that photoshop has options that
    really optimize it for the surface. These features include 200% Scaling for
    The UI, touch features, and compatibility with the pen allowing me to erase
    and right click with it. I’ve actually put my Wacom Bamboo tablet away in a
    drawer because the experience is so much better on the surface. The is
    really precise and my art it five times better than it’s ever been. That’s
    pretty much all I have to say about it. It’s pretty fast, the kickstand is
    great, and the tablet feels and looks great. Also, don’t expect to use that
    camera for much more than Skype calls. lol.

  • john Travolta 3 years ago

    its expensive!!!

  • Hashtag 3 years ago

    Asus t100 is sooo cheaper, I personally think its much better for school

  • lordferius 3 years ago

    Too expensive. i would get it for 1200 with the type surface.

  • Secret Asian Imran 3 years ago

    Whats the stand hes using for showing the nexus 7?

  • Razor2048 3 years ago

    Way overpriced, pretty much high end gaming laptop pricing for a low end
    system (essentially the low performance of those CPU’s). full CPU load for
    more than around 5 minutes or so, causes the CPU to throttle to around
    1GHz, as the cooling system cannot keep up. It is nearly impossible to
    repair so when the battery no longer holds much of a charge within around
    2-3 years, then replacing the batteries will be very risky.

    It is no more portable than something like the cheaper lenovo y50, which
    has better performance (though its IPS display is only 1080p)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834317915&cm_re=lenovo_y50-_-34-317-915-_-Product

    One thing to consider is that at the size of such a tablet, you will make
    the same transportation arrangements as you would for a very thin laptop.

  • HardwareCanucks 3 years ago

    The best iteration of a 2-in-1 Windows machine yet, meet the Surface Pro 3.

  • Jerry Neutron 3 years ago

    I used one of those keyboards with a Surface RT and it was so horrible. It
    felt strange typing with no tactile feedback. Is the one in this video the
    same?

  • Obious Alias 3 years ago

    What it’s missing is that the tablet dock doesn’t let you actually use it
    as a true laptop. You can’t change the angle, and the touchpad is too
    small. It also looks flat out cheap.

    If they made a better tablet dock, then it would be a definite buy for me.
    I’ll stick with the venue 8 pro for now, even if note taking in class makes
    me want to sometimes throw my pen because of how buggy it is.

    Also was that differential equations homework you were doing? ;p

  • Ken H 3 years ago

    would have liked to see how the I7 version would have stacked up

  • TuntematonSika 3 years ago

    The “getting warm” disadvantage is pretty nit picky. Of course anything
    will start to heat up when it’s running something intensive! I don’t think
    they could have done any better about the heat in that form factor, so it
    should have been more of a heads up than a gripe.

  • H0micidium 3 years ago

    Fantastic review, Eber! Really gave all the important information and I
    wholeheartly agree with all your pros and cons. :)

  • Had alot of fun to watch this video. Perfect style. Can you tell us, what
    music track is playing in the back?

  • Richard Lynch 3 years ago

    Dang dude 5:00 I thought the days of seeing Laplace Transforms were behind
    me…

  • Skyward 3 years ago

    This is the only platform on wich the Windows 8 experience really seems
    seemless. Probably the only computer on wich I would let Windows installed.
    Kinda expensive and I have no use for it, but it really is a nice product.
    The review is awesome too, by the way.

  • maclovio hudson 3 years ago

    Why the pc gamers hate this kind of products? it’s funny how they lose
    their minds trying to compare the surface with gaming notebooks hahaha, not
    everybody needs the ultimate gpu monster, if you need it…okay, go for it,
    but damn it! the world doesn’t turn around videogames guys.

  • Clobercow1 3 years ago

    It really needs to have the keyboard come with it, and internal storage for
    the pen. It also needs to be much less expensive. 

  • Francis Garnier 3 years ago

    Nice editing and shots!
    I need to get one on black friday, and as a student, i hope to get the 10%
    discount…

  • Antonio TF 3 years ago

    i have to buy this , thx dimitri! :D

  • Lintary 3 years ago

    Nice review like how all the reviews here are nice and calm, just more
    relaxing to watch.

    As for the surface itself it is a nice machine, but not for me, I already
    have issues with the bang for buck with laptops let alone with tablets :)

  • Joseph Araya 3 years ago

    great review Eber! u give dmitry a run run for his money :)

  • Joaquim Ferreira Palmeira da Silva 3 years ago

    Where’s the NZXT S340 review?!!

  • IAmMinnian 3 years ago

    I’m watching this on my i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB Storage, Surface Pro III. I love
    it, and highly recommend it. When it first came out it had some scaling
    problems with web browsers and even within windows. for the most part those
    have been solved.

  • Vishad Verma 3 years ago

    Linus ridiculed this product !!

  • PCMasterRace 3 years ago

    Honestly the Surface is better than most laptops with the same specs. The
    only complaint I have about it is that high price. I know it’s supposed to
    be premium, but a core i7 without a dedicated gpu should never be that
    expensive, same with the type cover. The price would sound a little bit
    better if the type cover was included with the high end models

  • Sohrab Amin 3 years ago

    Holy crap, what f-stop are you hitting with this video? 1.4?

  • ali oss 3 years ago

    hello dear
    do u have overheating problem for normal work ?
    what is your lot# ? 

  • Xenny 3 years ago

    I know it is not video about it, but when can we expect NZXT S340 review?
    :)

  • Cheno Gomez 3 years ago

    what lens did you use for this video? it produces a very nice and sharp
    image yet creates a very soft blur for the things that’s out of focus.

  • Aditya Gaikwad 3 years ago

    Best review of surface pro 3 yet.

    You guys made my mind to get a surface pro 3 instead of MacBook pro .

    

  • spanishman3 3 years ago

    is this a good build for $800 http://pcpartpicker.com/p/PHTvsY any feedback
    would be nice

  • Sam Vargas 3 years ago

    Great review! Keep the good work

  • txmoney 3 years ago

    Great review. The SP3 is a perfect solution for students, engineers,
    artists, and business professionals.

    The i3 model is more than sufficient for note taking, multi-tasking, and
    general productivity. For computer science, engineering, and art students,
    the i5 model is more suitable. It can easily handle the for more demanding
    tasks/programs. The i7 model is for those who demand no compromise power on
    the go…possibly music/video editors or engineers or IT professionals.

    If you write a lot, consider any number of a variety of Bluetooth keyboards
    as the Type Cover may not be comfortable enough for extended writing. I
    personally love my type cover as its a perfect portable keyboard that
    protects the screen as well.

    As a business professional, the SP3 is undeniably a laptop/ultra book
    replacement. I take my i7 model with me everywhere. I use it for business
    meetings, skype conference calls and presentations. The One Note seamless
    integration with the pen is beyond useful…it’s become essential!

    If you’re a gamer, get a laptop with a dedicated gpu as the SP3 will not
    satisfy.

  • Nalin Khurb 3 years ago

    +HardwareCanucks Great review man, you both guys do amazing reviews.

  • mesahusa 3 years ago

    i agree with most people that the price is a little higher than it should
    be. if they’d just include the type cover with everything it would be fine.
    but honestly, i dont think lowering the price a bit will matter. the
    surface, especially this one, is so heavily marketed and built for 3
    people: the student, doctor, and content creators and i really cant see it
    being used to its full potential in any other profession as well as a
    regular laptop. its still too niche to build up the same traction as say, a
    macbook. i cant really put my finger on whats holding it back. maybe they
    need to upgrade to crystallwell, maybe they need to slim down the bezels,
    maybe none of those two or both and more, who knows? but theres just
    something missing from it (im not a marketing genius by any stretch) and
    microsoft either has to find it out and “fix” it or keep it as it is and
    stop trying to mass market it.

  • Jarl Ballin' 3 years ago

    This is great, but I already have a laptop and wouldn’t replace $5 worth of
    paper with a $1400 note taking machine…

  • Ya’ll are forgetting the professional artist-grade digitizer technology
    built into this thing. That alone should be a reason if you’re considering
    buying this thing.

  • Justin Chan 3 years ago

    the silver mag alloy is nothing in parents’ eyes! 

  • Mohamed Essam Atwan 3 years ago

    What’s the name of the comparison music thanks…

  • David Hubbard 3 years ago

    It isn’t a 4:3 aspect ratio, it’s 3:2

  • Andy Ramirez 3 years ago

    Great review and awesome video editing!
    The Surface is tailored to students that’s a given because it’s
    functionality is great and versatile. Eber hit all the notes on this, pros
    and cons. It really is a great machine for those wanting to try something
    different. 

  • Asterisk 3 years ago

    I thought you said S340 vid would be on Tuesday TT

  • Bruno Kenzo 3 years ago

    “This is everything I ever wanted in a portable device!”
    *sees price tag
    “Nope, Nope, Nope, nope, nope…”

  • stefastra 3 years ago

    i wish i had one but that price tag is HUGE

  • Tabula Rasa 3 years ago

    Awesome video, very pricey. What is the name of song being played on
    laptops/tablet for comparison of sound? Thanks!

  • TheDruxlol 3 years ago

    can you play league of legends on it?

  • dreiundneunzig12 3 years ago

    Nice editing job !

  • Scott Xiong 3 years ago

    That amount for just note taking and doodling around… no thank you =3. I
    still think there are other devices out there that are way more consumer
    realistic…or I hope…XD.