Microsoft deserves credit for making the Surface Pro 3 thinner and lighter than its predecessor, especially since the screen grew from 10.6 to 12 inches.
Do consumers want a tablet that can double as a laptop? Microsoft thinks so, which is why it's trying to sell just such a hybrid for a third time with the Surface Pro 3. The new 2-in-1 device sports a larger and sharper 12-inch touch screen and a more lap-friendly hinge, and Microsoft believes the tablet can best such notebooks as the 13-inch MacBook Air when it comes to functionality and versatility. Starting at $799, which doesn't include the keyboard, is the Surface Pro 3 the ultimate post-PC device?
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