The Surface 3 is one of those rare systems that made a profound impact on the way I work. A capable tablet that shows off the touch side of Windows 10, with the Type Cover keyboard attached it can also give many laptops a run for the money.
Those trying to decide if the Surface 3 is a viable option over the more powerful Surface Pro 3 and the expected refresh of it coming soon should have a look at the ongoing coverage of the smaller Surface that has appeared here on ZDNet Mobile News. This gives a look at how well it works, what it does better than other systems, and why I proclaimed it the best purchase I made this year.
Those who run compute-intensive tasks at work will need the more powerful Surface Pro 3, but the Surface 3 is more capable than some may realize.
It's not all been a bed of roses, there's an article that details some major problems experienced with the Surface 3 and more importantly how Microsoft stepped in and rectified them.
Following is the Surface 3 coverage presented in chronological order. Collectively they provide a thorough look at the device along with observations about Windows 10 on the hybrid. There is also a tip for a better Windows user experience on the Surface 3.
Windows 10: Pushing my MacBook and iPad aside- The versatility of Windows 10 is gradually pushing my MacBook Air and iPad Air 2 to the side. This was unexpected and a testament to how good Windows 10 has become in such a short time.