According to Microsoft, it seems that the Surface Pro 3 tablet is already a hit among previous Surface models. As you may know, this slate comes with a powerful hardware inside, and it also offers a great design that it can’t be found on other manufacturer on the market right now.
Amy Hood, Microsoft Chief Financial Officer said that the Surface Pro 3 is already outpacing earlier Surface Pro models. Even if Hood wasn’t specific on sales figures, the Surface division of tablets brought the company almost $409 million in revenue.
Among Microsoft Surface Pro 3 features we find a 12 inch display with a 2.160 x 1.440 resolution, various CPU solutions like Intel Core i3, i5, or i7, 64 GB or 128 GB internal storage with 4 GB of RAM / 256 GB or 512 GB with 8 GB of RAM, dual 5-megapixel cameras, stereo speakers and a Surface Pen.