It is that time of year again and the holidays are approaching rapidly. Everyone always scrambles to find the perfect gift for everyone, sometimes waiting until the last minute to find it. Why put yourself through all of that when you can find a perfect gift like the Microsoft Surface Pro at Best Buy?
Disclaimer: I did receive this product from Best Buy for the purpose of this review. All opinions are mine, and I only recommend things I love or would use myself. ~Tom
Don’t think this is something you should wait until the holidays to purchase either. Maybe you have a family member who is a student and this would be perfect for them. Do you have a budding artist in the family or love to draw yourself? This would allow your imagination to expand itself into works of art! Maybe you are a blogger like me or aspire to start your own blog. This combination laptop and tablet can get the job done no matter where you are.
Check out the video I did over on Youtube about some of the best of the best about the Microsoft Surface Pro.
With optional accessories like the Surface Pro Cover and Surface Pro Pen, you can have a fully functional keyboard and stylus to meet all your needs.
The Microsoft Surface Pro is going to be part of Best Buy’s 2017 Holiday Tech List. Stay tuned for more info on that as we get closer. So many cool items on the list this year.
Getting hands-on with the Microsoft Surface Pro has been a joy and wonderful experience so far. From the moment I turned it on, Cortana which is Windows version of an assistant walks and talks you through the whole setup. I was up and running in under 10 minutes if not sooner. Let’s delve into some of the great features that the Microsoft Surface Pro has below.
Built for Windows Ink
Enjoy Ink driven experiences in apps like Office, Messenger, and Microsoft Edge, as well as apps from brands like Adobe. Windows Ink is integrated with Illustrator to bring you an intuitive pen experience.
High-resolution 12.3″ PixelSense™ Display with stunning screen that responds to your touch
Bring your ideas to life on the high-resolution PixelSense™ Display with a stunning screen that responds to your touch.
Exceptional power and performance
Surface Pro gives you the power to do what you want on the go, with 50% more battery life than Surface Pro 4, and 68% more battery life than Surface Pro 3. The computer has an Intel I5 Core processor with a 256gb solid state hard drive and 8gb of memory.
New fanless cooling system³ included with m3 and i5 models. I was really amazed that you can’t hear the fans going on a computer this powerful.
I mentioned the optional accessories like the Surface Pro Type Cover * pictured below that can be used with this fantastic device. The keyboard magnetically attaches easily to the computer allowing you to have a fully working keyboard and control zone wherever you are.
I have already set up my new computer to be ready for blogging, and I know if I ever wanted to learn how to draw and design I can easily do that as well. This computer is powerful, dynamic and so easy to use. The convenience of being able to use it as a tablet and switch back is a dream come true.
You won’t go wrong with getting this as a gift for either yourself or a loved one who would appreciate the power, convenience, and versatility that a laptop and tablet combined can give them.
On my list of gifts to try and give someone, and on Best Buy’s 2017 Holiday Top Tech List. More information coming on that soon, so stay tuned.
Would you use this more as a laptop or a tablet? Imagine having a 256gb Solid State Drive, Fanless Cooling for quieter sessions, and the processing power you need to accomplish all your tasks. Where can you go wrong with this one?
Final Thoughts? A powerful device with features for everyone, a must have at a fair price. Leave your thoughts below. ~Tom
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."