For the first time, a 256 Gb version of the Surface Pro will be sold, but only in Japan for now Continue reading
Oh yeah! After a (pretty) long wait, a new driver makes it possible to use pressure sensitivity in Adobe Photoshop. Where to get it? Jump to Continue reading
IDC (International Data Corporation) recently disclosed that Microsoft gained a 1.8% market-share in the Tablet world during the First Quarter of 2013. This percentage represents both the Surface RT and the Surface Pro but IDC notes that most sales come from the Pro Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal reported that not only is Microsoft planning for a new 7-inch Surface tablet to go to mass production later this year, but the Redmond company is also developing a new lineup of its Surface tablets. Continue reading
The Surface Pro was given various ways to connect to external devices (USB, Bluetooth, DisplayPort, etc.). It is therefore easy to do such things as expanding the tablet’s available memory, attach a wireless mouse and keyboard, connect to external screen, and so on..
Here, you’ll find two articles from the Microsoft Applied Sciences Group, which is the department to which we originally owe our Surface tablet. For those of you who are interested in engineering, these two pieces will give you something to eat. Continue reading
Want to improve your Surface Pro’s speed and functionalities?
Well, you can do that by updating your drivers Continue reading
As you may know, the Pro runs at 1.6 Ghz and this is perfectly fine for most applications.
Now, you may not know that the device can occasionnally (and for a limited duration of time) run up to 2.4 Ghz when Continue reading