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Surface Pro 3 pricing detailed

Surface Pro 3 pricing detailed

Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 kicks off at $799, the company has confirmed, with preorders kicking off tomorrow. The entry level model has a Core i3 processor, 64GB of storage, and 4GB of memory; however, there'll also be Core i5 and Core i7 versions. You can find full pricing - as well as for the new accessories - after the cut.

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Surface Pro 3 Type Cover, 150-deg hinge and 4K Dock detailed

Surface Pro 3 Type Cover, 150-deg hinge and 4K Dock detailed

Microsoft is talking up the new friction hinge of its Surface Pro 3 tablet, and how it works with the new Type Cover that has been redesigned for better lap use and more. The Surface Pro 3 can now be adjusted to lie nearly flat, at up to 150-degrees back, which Microsoft's Panos Panay describes as a very "intentful" angle for art and such. There's also a new docking station for the Windows tablet.

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Surface Pro 3 demoes Photoshop optimized for touch

Surface Pro 3 demoes Photoshop optimized for touch

Michael Gough, Vice President of Experience Design at Adobe took the stage this week at the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 event. There he showed off a new version of Photoshop for Windows 8. This version of Photoshop for Windows 8 was optimized for touch - and made ready for working with the Surface Pro 3 right out of the box.

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Surface Pro 3: The tablet that can replace your laptop

Surface Pro 3: The tablet that can replace your laptop

Today the Surface Pro 3 was introduced officially. This device is an extremely thin tablet with the ability to work with Windows 8 with processing power for everyday tasks along with battery life long enough to last a day. This device works with a 12-inch display (diagonally) with a body that's thinner than its predecessors.

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Samsung plans iris detection and fingerprint mobile blitz

Samsung plans iris detection and fingerprint mobile blitz

Samsung intends to put biometric sensors like the smart home button on the Galaxy S5 on even budget smartphones, aiming to democratize next-gen security while also drive adoption of its KNOX system. While using fingerprints to unlock phones, secure app stores, and authenticate online purchases have traditionally been the preserve of high-end devices like the iPhone 5s, Samsung's goal is to lead the way in pushing them down to entry-level phones and tablets as well, in addition to other technologies.

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T-Mobile tablets at Walmart start low-end connected push

T-Mobile tablets at Walmart start low-end connected push

There’s little doubt that Walmart is the place where the least expensive electronics thrive. T-Mobile USA knows this, and Walmart is more than prepared to take on T-Mobile’s "Un-leash" initiative with a couple of lower-end tablets. Both devices being reveal this week are amongst the first cellular-connected tablets available at the outlet.

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