Microsoft Surface Pro 3 review: Microsoft has an exciting new tablet, but can it stand up to its big brother?

The Microsoft Surface line of products is so much more than just a bunch of big-screened computers and gaming tablets.

It’s the first truly interactive, tablet-based product Microsoft has released in a long time.

If Microsoft is to build a legacy in the tablet market, they’re going to have to start making devices that can be used in all sorts of different contexts.

In the past, Microsoft has had a hard time building a successful tablet platform for a variety of reasons.

The Surface line is, for the most part, the result of years of design and engineering work from Microsoft’s top engineers.

Microsoft has made some great tablet products over the years, but they’ve all lacked the versatility and design chops needed for many other applications.

In some ways, the Surface line has been an attempt to solve a real problem in the mobile market: The iPad has always been the go-to device for many mobile apps.

The iPad is not only great for video and photography, but also for productivity and web browsing.

It also has great camera apps, and you can easily plug in a camera and use the tablet as a camera accessory.

In this way, the iPad is often the better choice for a wide variety of different types of work.

This has been the case for the Surface series for years.

But in recent years, Microsoft’s been trying to figure out how to do something different.

The company has tried a few different ways to make the iPad a more productive device, but there has been little consistency from one version to the next.

The latest version of the Surface Pro is still a tablet with a touchscreen, but it’s also got a camera built in, as well as a USB Type-C port.

If you use your Surface Pro in a laptop mode, you can connect a camera to the Surface via a USB-C cable and use it as a video camera.

The camera does not support HDR or other camera tricks.

Microsoft is not the only company that’s struggled to make a tablet that can support all of the various functions that the iPad can.

Lenovo has had its own problems with its Yoga line of tablets, too.

The Yoga line is great for productivity, but if you use the device as a tablet, you may want to opt for something like the Dell Venue 10 or the HP Pavilion 10 Pro instead.

Dell’s Yoga X2 is a great choice for most use cases, but you’ll need a tablet to take advantage of the larger screen.

Lenovo’s Yoga 7 Pro is a decent option if you want a more tablet-like experience.

If I were Microsoft, I’d try to take a more mobile-centric approach with the Surface Pen.

I’m not a fan of having a stylus that’s too big and can’t be used with other devices.

I’ve seen a few attempts to take the Surface pen, and they mostly come with one large and one small stylus.

But they don’t really offer any flexibility.

Instead, the stylus is just an old-fashioned physical pen that uses a stylistic tool to point and click.

I’d like to see Microsoft make a Surface Pen that’s actually a stylable pen.

If they were to come up with something that is portable, flexible, and has enough battery life to last for a few hours of video or photos, I would be willing to pay a premium for it.

Microsoft’s Surface Pen would be an ideal replacement for the Touch Cover, which was the first tablet I’d ever used.

The Touch Cover is an elegant, well-made tablet that’s very easy to use.

However, if you’re looking for a tablet for people who use the Surface as a laptop, I don’t think the Surface is the right choice.

The Pro 3, a 13.3-inch Surface Pro, is a more efficient device.

It has a 1366×768 display with an 8MP camera, which is far more powerful than the 8MP shooter in the Surface RT.

It features a much larger battery, too, which should give it a longer battery life.

It is a better device for the money, and the Pro 3 is much better than the Surface 3, which has always offered a better tablet experience for $400.

But if I was Microsoft, my biggest gripe with the Pro3 is that Microsoft hasn’t offered a new stylus to replace the Surface’s Pen.

The pen is just too small and not really flexible enough for me to use a stylocaster.

I can’t use a pen with my iPad, so I’ll probably never use one.

There are other issues with the pen that I’ll get to in a bit.

Microsoft isn’t alone in having to rethink its tablet product lineup.

Apple has had to re-think its iPad line, too; the company’s iPad Air has gotten a lot of praise for its ability to deliver an excellent tablet experience without breaking the bank.

However the