Microsoft Promises Long-term Commitment Towards Surface Product Lineup


Microsoft today reaffirmed their commitment towards Surface lineup so that businesses can deploy them with confidence. Enterprise customers are selecting Surface Pro 3 mainly because of the following reason,

Most businesses are buying Surface when their employees need a laptop and want to avoid having to buy and carry an iPad too. Surface Pro 3 serves as a full-powered business PC and a tablet, making for happy employees as well as happy CIOs and CFOs. One device means less to buy, deploy, manage and secure. Surface Pro 3 is for work. We built it that way.

Microsoft said that the momentum is building quickly and they are taking the focus on work and businesses to the next level. In order to keep things easy for IT department in these enterprises, Microsoft is doing the following,

Also, Surface Pro 3 will continue to support Windows 8.1 and it is upgrade-able when Windows 10 is released.

“We believe a strength of the Microsoft platform for enterprise is the rich ecosystem of hardware and applications developed by our partners, the community at large, and some of our own teams at Microsoft. In particular with Microsoft Surface Pro 3 we are now offering an enterprise-class device that can deliver great end user productivity. Microsoft is putting its full and sustained support behind the ongoing Surface program as one of a number of great hardware choices for businesses large and small.” – Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO

Read more about it here.

Find the links to order Surface Pro 3 below.

Surface Pro 3Estimated retail price (USD)
Intel® Core™ i3, 64 GB and 4 GB of RAM$799
Intel® Core™ i5, 128 GB and 4 GB of RAM$999
Intel® Core™ i5, 256 GB and 8 GB of RAM$1,299
Intel® Core™ i7, 256 GB and 8 GB of RAM$1,549
Intel® Core™ i7, 512 GB and 8 GB of RAM$1,949

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