Microsoft’s new Surface Pro promises 13.5 hours of battery life

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  • Lexa A

    But the Canadian Online Microsoft store is still showing coming soon and did not show pricing

    • Jonah Emery

      Will probably be updated by end of business today.

    • Lexa A

      Next business day… still nothing

  • Grumpel

    I can’t believe they still aren’t including the keyboard in the base price.. what a joke.

    • Jonah Emery

      Well it is a tablet first… that is marketed as replacing your laptop if you purchase the keyboard. ha ha

  • rjmlive

    Them: OMG no USB-C
    Me: STFU and educate yourself

    • Allyouranusarebelongtous

      But you are 100% good with a proprietary Microsoft connector?

      …your hypocrisy is showing

    • rjmlive

      Well with this proprietary Microsoft connector, I know exactly what it’s capable of.

      You use the word hypocrisy, but I’m not sure you know what it means.

    • Allyouranusarebelongtous

      hypocritical to think people who want USBc are whiners, all the while having a love in with a proprietary Microsoft connector. I know well what it means.

    • rjmlive

      The MS connector offers the external connectivity and power capabilities of USB-C. Why are you so confused? This device has what you want, just not the shape of connector. Considering a number of business have invested in the docks already, there is no need to jump to straight to USB-C because that connector isn’t mainstream yet. Lots of OEM’s are instead, go get one of those.. The Eve V for example (for less money as well).

      Like, are you mad because something is proprietary or that you prefer your a specific selection of dongles for the exactly zero number of USB-C peripherals you own or will own any time soon?

    • JTon

      The proprietary connector is only for power. It’s lightweight and has a magnet for ease and trip protector. It aint that bad man

    • Allyouranusarebelongtous

      It’s not only for power, it’ is data as well. This is the connector by which the expensive dock attaches to it. ( an added cost)

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  • Do Do

    They all promise and claim a lot but rarely deliver in real world use.