Microsoft has today unveiled a new Surface Pro 3 to add to its range of Windows powered tablet PCs, claiming this will be the tablet that can replace your laptop. Here's everything you need to know about the Surface family in one handy list of stories.
The first-gen Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets were released in October 2012 and February 2013 respectively. Their successors, the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2, arrived in October 2013, but so far adoption remains low. So can a new addition - shipments start next month - encourage take-up in the face of strong competition from Apple's iPad and the many Android tablets available? If you're thinking of investing in a Surface, check out our extensive coverage of Microsoft's tablet so far.
Surface Pro 3 news
- Microsoft unveils the Surface Pro 3
- Surface Pro 3 pricing
- What Microsoft didn't announce today: An ARM-based Surface Mini
Microsoft Surface tablet reviews:
- Microsoft Surface Pro review
- Microsoft Surface Pro 2 review: Better, but too heavy and too expensive
- Microsoft Surface review
- Microsoft Surface 2 review: Nice tablet, more apps please
Microsoft Surface tablet hands-on and views:
- Microsoft's Surface strategy: As long as it takes
- Microsoft Surface Pro 2 hands on: Can it help Microsoft win over tablet fans?
- Microsoft Surface 2 vs Nokia Lumia 2520: Which Windows RT tablet wins out?
- Microsoft's Surface 2 gets down to business
- Tablet computers: An overview
- The iPad needs more than split-screen support to be as productive as a Microsoft Surface
Microsoft Surface tablet news:
- Office 365 users: Surface Pros now qualify as PCs or tablets
- 10 reasons to buy a Windows tablet instead of the iPad or Android
- Microsoft quietly discontinues Surface Wireless Keyboard Adapter
- Surface 2: Coming to a cockpit near you soon
- Surface 2: Not enough of a PC, too much of one – or just right?
- Windows tablets are PCs, and sometimes that's the problem
- Windows 8.1 on a Surface: Making a good device even better
- Microsoft starts de-emphasizing the Desktop with Surface 2