Microsoft Surface 3

lmikotas

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Specs:
  • Size: 267 x 187 x 8.7 mm
  • Weight: 622 g
  • Display: 10.8” ClearType Full HD Plus Display • Resolution: 1920 x 1280 • Aspect ratio: 3:2 • Touch: 10 point multi-touch
  • Surface Pen support
  • Battery Life: Up to 10 hours
  • Storage/RAM: 64GB storage with 2GB RAM • 128GB storage with 4GB RAM
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel Atom x7-Z8700 processor (2MB Cache, 1.6GHz with Intel Burst technology up to 2.4GHz)
  • Network (Wireless and Cellular): Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 4.0
  • Ports: Full-size USB 3.0 • Mini DisplayPort • microSD card reader • Micro USB charging port • Headset jack • Cover port
  • Software: Windows 8.1 • 1-year of Office 365 Personal with OneDrive cloud storage
  • Cameras, video and audio: 3.5 megapixel front-facing camera • 8.0 megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus • Microphone • Stereo speakers with Dolby audio
  • Sensors: Ambient light sensor • Proximity sensor • Accelerometer • Gyroscope • Magnetometer

Versões:
64GB - 2GB RAM = 609€
128GB - 4GB RAM = 729€

Teclado - 154€
Caneta - 54€
Dock - 234€


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EXCLUSIVE: Microsoft is building a successor to the Surface 2 (RT), here are the first details
A new Surface is on the horizon, but not with Windows RT

The Surface 2 is currently Microsoft’s latest iteration of its Windows RT based tablet line-up. Launching back in 2013, the Surface 2 was a vast improvement over the original Surface RT, and launched alongside the Surface Pro 2, giving consumers a choice between Windows RT and Windows 8.1.

So, when Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 3, the absence of a Surface 3 was peculiar. We know the company was planning to launch a Surface Mini, which was ultimately canceled just days before its planned unveiling. It became clear rather quickly that there was no intention of announcing a Surface 3 at all around that time.

WinBeta has learned that Microsoft is planning to launch a successor to the Surface 2 soon, however it won’t be a Windows RT based device. The device will be fanless and sport a low spec'd CPU, being either an Intel ATOM or Intel Core M based processor (we’re not too sure which one they’ve opted for just yet), meaning it will run a full-version of Windows. This is a first for the non-pro Surface line-up, and further solidifies reports regarding the death of Windows RT.

We expect Microsoft to announce this device sometime before/at BUILD, and will launch soon after, meaning the device will come pre-loaded with Windows 8.1. Of course, the device will be upgradable to Windows 10 when it officially launches, so early buyers need not be worried. We understand that Microsoft will market this new Surface as a non-pro device.

Microsoft announced earlier in the year that existing non-pro Surface devices would not be getting a full upgrade to Windows 10, so it's good to know that Microsoft hasn't completely killed off the non-pro Surface lineup, considering the new Surface will definitely be upgradable to Windows 10.

With BUILD just around the corner, it'll be interesting to see what new hardware devices the company will show off and announce. With the hopes that Microsoft don't pull this device before announcement, we'll definitely be seeing this new Surface, as well as more Hololense action. Perhaps we'll also see a new Lumia flagship device as well. Stay tuned at WinBeta for more news regarding Surface, Windows 10 and more.

So a quick roundup:
  • Microsoft is building a successor to the Surface 2 (RT)
  • It will be ATOM or Intel Core M based, running full-Windows (not Windows RT)
  • Will be marketed as an non-pro device
  • Fanless
  • Pre-loaded with Windows 8.1, upgradable to Windows 10
  • Announcement before/at BUILD
http://www.winbeta.org/news/exclusi...successor-surface-2-rt-here-are-first-details

Windows Central has learned that the processor will specifically be an Atom chip, using the Cherry Trail architecture. This also means that it is likely a fanless system, which would make sense with where the computing market is going lately.

http://www.windowscentral.com/micro...-build-2015?utm_source=wpc&utm_medium=twitter
 
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0ne

Suspenso
Não sei até que ponto a MS precisa de um sucessor do Surface 2 neste momento. Os fabricantes já estão a começar a apostar nos tablets/híbridos com Windows 8.

Quanto ao processador, ainda não percebi se os novos Core M trazem vantagens significativas em relação aos Atom, por isso nem sei qual preferia ver no Surface.
 

lmikotas

Power Member
Na gama dos 400€ para cima é difícil de encontrar tablets de qualidade.
Os Core-M trazem benefícios, mas custam tanto como um iCore.
 

rmrb

Power Member
Se tivesse digitizer à mesma era muito muito interessante :D
Mas normalmente é logo a primeira coisa que cortam...
 

0ne

Suspenso
Deixou de ser Rumor...

http://www.theverge.com/2015/3/31/8317597/microsoft-surface-3-tablet-features


Micorosft Surface 3 - Desde $499

Display: 10.8" (1920x1280)
Processador: 1.6GHz (turbo 2.4GHz) Quad-Core Intel Atom (Cherry Trail)
RAM: 2GB ou 4GB
Disco: 64GB ou 128GB
Cameras: 8MP (1080p) + 3.5MP (1080p)
Dimensões: espessura - 8.7mm | peso - 622gramas
Kickstand: 3 posições (não ajustável ao contrário da versão Pro)
Ligações: USB 3.0; miniDisplayPort; microSD reader; headset jack; microUSB (para carregar)
Office: 1 ano de Office 365 Personal

Versões:
2GB + 64GB - $499 | LTE - $599
4GB + 126GB - $599 | LTE - $699

Type cover - $129
Pen - $49
Docking Station - ???

À venda em Portugal a partir de 7 de Maio!
 
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lmikotas

Power Member
A dólar tem vindo a ficar forte face ao euro.
499$ são 464€, com o IVA de 23% fica a 570€, mais uns custos e margens dá o preço de 609€.
Há um ano atrás, 499$ eram 362€, ou seja, ficaria 100€ mais barato.

Ainda este mês a Apple aumentou os preços de praticamente todos os Mac devido a isto:
http://www.macrumors.com/2015/03/10/apple-price-increase-2015-usd/

Edit:
Comparação entre o Surface 3 e o Surface 2:

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E hands-on:

 
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