Review of Surface Pro 3

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LOS ANGELES -- Microsoft’s flagship tablet, the Surface, is getting a major makeover and this time the company says it’s so good you won’t need a separate tablet and laptop.

The Surface Pro has always been a great idea to me–one device that rides the line between tablet and laptop–and the third time seems to be the charm.

It’s clear Microsoft listened to the feedback from customers for the Surface Pro 3. Not only is the newest version thinner and faster, it finally has a hinge that’s usable at almost all angles. To top it off,  a larger screen and better battery life makes it a practical computer.

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