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2 new Surface Pro reviews ahead of expanded availability

With it now being 3 months since the Surface Pro was first released it’s good to see people are now getting on with their devices, thanks to a couple of updates, which have come just in time for the international releases. When Microsoft’s latest product was first released it got a mixed reaction, but as users are spending more time with Pro devices, they are finding out it is not as bad as some of those early reviews made out.

What’s the Surface Pro like 3 months on? Today we thought we would take a look at 2 new Microsoft Surface Pro reviews ahead of that expanded availability we spoke about, in the hope of gaining a greater insight into how owners are getting on with them.

2 new Surface Pro reviews

The first video takes a look at the Surface Pro a month after the owner had taken possession, and makes a point that while Microsoft invented the tablet category, they have not had the kind of success as their rivals. The Surface Pro is said to do the job of a laptop and tablet, so you only need the one device instead of two, and so far the reviewer said it has lived up to the promise. He also says that this is a computer for everyone, and as such he highly recommends it.

In the second review we get to hear of the positive points at first, such as the big differences between the Pro and the Surface RT. There are a lot of details about the thickness of the Pro, and why it needed to be, however, the larger display makes it worth the extra weight and thickness.

If after these 2 new Surface Pro reviews you decide that you need one, then we would advise you to go with the Surface Pro 128GB, as you won’t have much storage left with the 64GB version, as the pre-installed software takes a huge chunk of it.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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