When Microsoft released the Surface Pro 3 last year it not only targeted the MacBook Air, but also the iPad. However, it is very clear that the new Surface 3 only has one goal looking at its $499 starting price, and that is the iPad Air 2. This is because both of these devices cost the same, although will still cater for different markets.
However, the Surface 3 will now be far more popular than its successor, the Surface 2, as it supports the full Windows 8.1, and so will be able to use desktop software.
Surface 3 accessories up for pre-order — Just like the tablet device itself, you can already pre-order a number of accessories, such as the official Cover and Docking Station.
By choosing a Surface 3 Type Cover you will be able to turn it into a laptop, and what’s more there is a selection of new colors, as well as it being backlit.
If you would like to improve the experience of this new Microsoft device, then you can with the new Docking Station that will allow you to connect up to your HD monitor, audio system, wired network or even your printer and full-size keyboard.
You will find a host of other accessories that will also work with the Surface 3, which you can either pre-order or already purchase on the Microsoft store.