Download Surface Pro 3 Guides from Microsoft

Microsoft has made available for download, Surface Pro 3 User Guide and Surface Pro 3 Quick Start Guide, to help Surface 3 users quickly familiarize themselves with the new features that the device and the operating system has to offer.

Surface Pro 3 User Guide Download Surface Pro 3 Guides from Microsoft
Surface Pro 3 has the ability to replace a laptop. It has so many features which are generally expected from a laptop. For starters, Surface Pro 3 has a 12-inch ClearType Full HD display, 4th-generation Intel Core processor and up to 8 GB of RAM. Its battery can last for nine hours while you are browsing the web. Read the detailed Surface Pro 3 specs here.

Surface Pro 3 Guides

The Surface Pro 3 User Guide is a detailed 102 page guide that covers all aspects of Surface Pro 3 tablets. It shows you how you can replace your Windows laptop with the Surface Pro 3 tablet and how you can, using it, connect to a broad variety of accessories, printers, and networks, run touch-friendly apps and Windows software. It covers all its features in details, the device specifications, how-to’s, troubleshooting steps and more.

The Surface Pro 3 Quick Start Guide is a multi-language quick-start guide to help you quickly get started with your new Surface. It shows you how to use the Surface device and talks about the hardware features.

If you have bought a new Surface 3, you definitely want to download them. Click on the links to download them:

Surface Pro 3 is priced between $799 to $1949. The i3 model offers the more budget friendly option with a price of $799 however it won’t ship until August. Hence, currently, the available i5 version costs either $1,000 (for 128 GB of storage) or $1,300 (for 256 GB). It is currently available at Microsoft’s online and select retail partners in US and Canada.

 

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