Surface Pro 3 Accessories
Surface Pro 3 has been billed as the tablet to replace your laptop. As you watch the press event, there is very little needed beyond the new Type Cover blade to protect the screen and use the keyboard. As far as mobile devices go, the Surface Pro 3 is very comprehensive and complete. You may never need to buy any Surface Pro 3 Accessories for your new tablet. In the event you do, here’s what the new line-up looks like.
New backlit Type Covers for Surface Pro 3
The improved optional Surface Pro Type Cover and more adjustable, continuous kickstand will transform your device experience from tablet to laptop in a snap. Surface Pro Type Cover features a double-fold hinge enabling you to magnetically lock it to the display’s lower bezel, keeping everything steady so you can work just as comfortably on your lap as you do at your desk
New Docking Station for Surface Pro 3
Connect Surface Pro 3 to the docking station to create a powerful desktop rig. The Docking Station can send 4K (Ultra High Definition) video to your 4K monitor or television. It’s the tablet that can replace your laptop.
New premium Surface Pen for Surface Pro 3
The custom Surface Pen, crafted with a solid, polished aluminum finish, was designed to look and feel like an actual fountain pen to give you a natural writing experience. Use Surface Pen to organically mark presentations, sign documents or create art in apps like Fresh Paint. A click of Surface Pen opens OneNote, so you can capture your thoughts instantaneously — and your work is automatically saved. Double-click the back of Surface Pen to instantly capture a screenshot of whatever’s on your screen. And with our sophisticated Palm Block technology, you can rest your hand as you write without unintended inputs and marks.
The Surface Pro 3 will be available for preorder on May 21, 2014. The devices are expected to ship in late June. I suggest you order early. I anticipate initial quantities to be consumed in short order.
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