Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs Surface 3

Microsoft had announced the Surface Pro 3 last year that had some interesting specification. In fact, Surface Pro 3 is my primary device for work now :). Microsoft Surface Pro 3 had the 12 inch display with the support of up to i7 processor (4th gen) and also with the memory of up to 8GB RAM.

Few hours back, Microsoft had announced the newer version of Microsoft Surface 3 tablet. The Surface 3 has 10.8 inch display with the Atom Quad core processor and memory up to 4GB RAM. It supports storage of 64GB or 128GB. If you wondering if Surface 3 is powered by Windows RT then you are wrong. Surface 3 is powered by Windows 8.1 which lets you to run your traditional desktop applications easily.

Difference between Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3

FeatureSurface 3Surface Pro 3
Operating SystemWindows 8.1Windows Pro 8.1
Display10.8 inch Full HD Display with resolution of 1920 x 128012 inch Full HD Display with resolution of 2160 x 1440
ProcessorQuad core Intel AtomIntel Core i3, i5, or i7 (4th Generation)
RAM2GB/4GB4GB/8GB
Storage64GB/128GB64GB/128GB/256GB/512GB
CameraRear Camera : 8MP

Front facing : 3.5MP

Rear Camera : 8MP

Front facing : 3.5MP

Size267mm x 187mm x 8.7mm292.10 x 201.42 x 9.14 mm
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G LTEWiFi, Bluetooth 4.0
PortsUSB 3.0

MicroSD Reader

Headphone Jack

Mini DisplayPort,

Charging port

USB 3.0

MicroSD Reader

Headphone Jack

Mini DisplayPort,

Charging port

 

Microsoft Surface 3 is considered more of a tablet which can run the full-fledged desktop applications in Windows. Surface 3 is available with the price of $499 onwards.

 

 

 

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