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Representing the latest of tablet technology, the revolutionary Microsoft Surface Pro is really about delivering solid yet sophisticated performance. Read more about Microsoft Surface Pro Philippines below to find out.

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About Microsoft Surface Pro Philippines

Microsoft Surface Pro Philippines – Bringing Authentic Performance to the Surface

Thanks to its pioneering spirit, Microsoft is already a familiar name in the realm of computing. Continuing its streak of limitless innovations, Microsoft has came up with the amazing Microsoft Surface Pro tablet which is considered to be a truly groundbreaking design.

Simple & Superb Design

Boasting a highly refined body, the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet definitely exudes its sophisticated vibe effortlessly. At the same time, this Microsoft tablet is extremely elegant as it proves to be a highly appealing design. Made entirely of VaporMG material, it gives the Microsoft Surface Pro its sleek and think look. In other words, the Microsoft Surface Pro is not built to be your typical boxy tablet design. Weighing just 2 pounds, the Microsoft Surface Pro is really light that you can carry it around without any worries. The best thing about the design of Microsoft Surface Pro is that it incorporates the well-designed hairline wraparound vent that contains internal fans on its rear. Such position makes it possible to combine function and style at the same time.

Ultra Realistic Display Screen

Despite the small size of its display screen, its 10.6 inch display screen (1920 x 1080 resolution) is simply one of the finest display screens that you can find on a tablet. In fact, the Microsoft Surface Pro delivers stunningly beautiful visuals that will blow your mind away. Possessing vibrant yet authentic colors in it, you will be delighted to witness such tantalizing viewing experience. Amazingly, the Microsoft Surface Pro actually supports up to 2560 x 1440 resolution display when you connect it to an external display. Surprisingly, the Microsoft Surface Pro possesses an amazing IPS display which enables you to enjoy consistent display quality when viewing from other angles. In addition, its display screen boasts smooth capacitive multitouch that is highly responsive to your touch or tap.

Full Ultrabook Experience with Microsoft Surface Pro Philippines

As the Microsoft Surface Pro has been hailed as an alternative to ultrabooks, it is also fascinating that this Microsoft tablet can be quite adaptable to your needs. In fact, you can switch between its tablet or laptop mode seamlessly. Moreover, this means that the Microsoft Surface Pro can be easily your favorite companion that you can bring around.

Intuitive-Based Performance with your Trusted Surface Pen

Coming with its own Surface Pen that attached to it conveniently, the Microsoft Surface Pro offers you the true power of pressure-sensitive stylus and its potential. When you need to use it, you can take it out without much trouble at all. As you move the Surface Pen, it is pretty amazing that it gives the natural experience as if you are using the real pen. In fact, it proves to be highly responsive when you compare with other styli from numerous smartphones and tablets in the market. Hence, the Microsoft Surface Pro is a highly versatile tablet that can transform your life for better.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2013-07-02
However, this changed in 2012 when Amazon and Google undercut the iPad, creating their cheaper and smaller Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 devices. Competition heated up even more when Microsoft announced its Surface Pro Windows 8 tablet , and then again when Goo...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
What is a PC? When you're reviewing the Microsoft Surface Pro, asking yourself that question is practically obligatory. After all, when the device launched nearly five months ago, Windows 8 was still new, and the idea of a tablet that's every bit as produ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-24
Bright and vibrant touchscreen, full Windows 8 OS compatibility, good performance.good Bulky and heavy for a tablet, shorter battery life than the Surface RT, Microsoft Office isn't preloaded.bad
MICROSOFT'S WINDOWS 8 operating system (OS) hasn't been met with the best response since its launch last October, which was confirmed by Acer, one of the industry's largest computer makers, when it said earlier this month that it was "a disappointment to ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-16
It's been a long time coming, but for those underwhelmed by the diluted Windows experience on Microsoft's Surface RT tablet , the newer full-fat version is now set to bring a full Windows 8 experience in the Surface guise with the launch of the Microsoft ...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-12
Very good tablet performance, High contrast and bright display, Multitouch pen entry, Very good case quality, Integrated display support (kickstand), USB 3.0 DisplayPort, Magnetic power connection, Power supply with USB portgood Available storage capacity (64GB version), Cooling fan is clearly audible when utilized, Heavy weight, Low camera resolution, Moderate battery lifebad
Microsoft's Surface Pro is able to support a full-fledged version of Windows 8 thanks to the fact that is uses conventional x86 based hardware as opposed to the Microsoft Surface RT . The advantages are abundantly obvious: Windows compatible software ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-30
The Surface Pro is a well-engineered device, and an awesome first attempt from Microsoft at meshing a PC with a tablet experience. It needs work in a few areas, and it is a bit pricey, but overall an excellent device.The Surface Pro is a well-engineered d...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-28
There are two ways to look at the Surface Pro. You can either compare it to the other “consumer” style tablets out there which are generally considered smartphone-type devices with larger screens, or you can compare it to professional “ultrabooks” out the...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-07
Excellent performance thanks to top of the line hardware, A full Windows 8 experience without any compromises, Solid build with simplistic and elegant design, Endless possibilities for productivity depending on how it's usedgood Poor battery life, Can be heavy for some people, 150% scaling in desktop mode makes nonoptimized apps look terriblebad
OverviewLet me be honest with you: Before I tried it, my expectations for the Microsoft Surface Pro were very low. I was unimpressed with Windows Phone 8, and equally disappointed with the Surface RT tablet, mainly due to the lack of apps.So how does the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-04
The tablet market doesn't look very different than it did a year ago from the perspective of who's doing well and who's not. And yet quite a bit has changed in the last twelve months. Apple is still the undisputed leader with an astounding 58 million iPad...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-18
The Surface Pro from Microsoft, is a representation of an ideology shift by a company that over the years has been adamant about stay out of the hardware business. But with increasing pressure from the dominance of Apple's iPad and Google's ever encroachi...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-15
As it turned out, the Microsoft Surface RT stood no chance in trying to crack the strong visage put up by the Apple iPad, even though it seemed poised to do so with its interesting design and brand spanking new platform. Maybe the Redmond based compan...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-15
Excellent build quality, Display is extremely brightgood Only one USB port, Type Cover is terrible and overpriced, Heavy and thick for a tablet, Belowaverage endurance, Runs slightly warm, Poor valuebad
Don't be fooled by Microsoft's stodgy reputation. The company is an innovator willing to take huge risks on its most popular products. Vista, Xbox, Office's ribbon interface, Kinect – all of these were huge risks that (eventually) paid off. Now, Microsoft...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-14
Classy and good looking, great build and materials, fast, clean Windows 8 Pro install, comes with digital pen, 1080p display, wildly portable for a Core i5 machine.good A little heavy for a tablet, a bit small for a laptop; but a valiant attempt at marrying the two. Battery life passable but not laudable.bad
twitter: @lisagade) The Microsoft Surface Pro Windows 8 tablet is a big deal. If you're a techie you've been following the four months of buzz around Microsoft's second computer, and it looked like the one to beat them all. In those past 4 months we'...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-12
Gorgeous 1080p screen, Premium design, Runs most Windows apps, Comes with a stylusgood So-so battery life, Windows OS and restore partition eat up much of the onboard storage, Single USB portbad
Microsoft is still thought of primarily as a software company. But aside from kicking out regular updates to Windows and Office, Redmond has also launched hugely successful consumer products like the Xbox 360 and Kinect controller, proving the company...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-12
Solid, elegant hardware design, Runs Windows 8 Pro and legacy software, Ultrabooklevel performance, Supports pressuresensitive pen inputgood Disappointing battery life, Kickstand isn't adjustable, No desktop or keyboard dock available, Desktop scaling issues when used with a large external monitor, Lacks GPS and NFC, No mobile broadband option, Stylus needs a storage location within the chassi...bad
On 9 October last year, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told shareholders that: "Fantastic devices and services for end users will drive our enterprise businesses forward given the increasing influence employees have in the technology they use at work". As fa...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-11
Full Windows 8 Pro experience, Vibrant and sharp looking display, Distinctive and solid design, Useful pressure sensitive stylus, Peppy performancegood Terrible camera, Battery life is less than other tablets, Not enough apps make use of the stylusbad
Dear old Microsoft, were you really teasing us all this time with your Surface RT tablet? When we first laid our eyes on your modernized slate, we were intrigued by how well it seemed to come together – it just had this polarizing aura around it. Howe...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-07
Compact. Improved UI: Things don't look "too small" in desktop mode. Comes with pressuresensitive stylus. Works with Surface covers. Truly Windows compatible. Ultrabook components. Full 1080p HD screen. 10finger touch screen.good Keyboard cover is an optional extra. Only one USB 3.0 port. VGA and HDMI require optional adaptersbad
Tablets with mobile operating systems like Android, iOS, or Windows RT are perfectly adequate if your tasks center on the Internet. But if you need compatibility with older x86 programs in a slate tablet form factor, then you need one running Windows 8 . ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
The Surface Pro is out and our complete review is ready. Like it or not, the Surface Pro is one of the most anticipated tablet of this first quarter of 2013 and it’s easy to understand why: it is the reference tablet that is supposed to prove that a f...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
Microsoft met some resistance with its first Surface tablet, but that isn’t stopping the company from making a second attempt, this time with a full copy of Windows 8. Where the Surface RT left would-be tableteers confused with its partial app support,...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
Compact. Improved UI: Things don't look "too small" in desktop mode. Comes with pressure-sensitive stylus. Works with Surface covers. Truly Windows compatible. Ultrabook components. Full 1080p HD screen. 10-finger touch screen.good Keyboard cover is an optional extra. Only one USB 3.0 port. VGA and HDMI require optional adaptersbad
Tablets with mobile operating systems like Android, iOS, or Windows RT are perfectly adequate if your tasks center on the Internet. But if you need compatibility with older x86 programs in a slate tablet form factor, then you need one running Windows 8. O...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
Microsoft may have turned a few heads with the announcement of the Surface RT tablet, but their initial release was far from the major success the company had hoped it would be. Despite looking very similar, the Surface Windows 8 Pro and Surface RT are...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
Fast boot time; Ultrabook power with Core i5; Attractive design; Sharp and bright 1080p displaygood Short battery life; Keyboard not included; Must store stylus on outside of tablet; Poor camera qualitybad
"Work the way you want." That's the promise given with the Microsoft Surface Pro, the tablet that's supposed to not only showcase the merits of Microsoft's new Windows 8 operating system, but herald a new era of tablet-based computing that, the company hi...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
The Surface Pro is the product Microsoft should have debuted to carry the banner of Windows 8 last fall. More powerful than the Surface RT tablet that's been met with "muted" response from the market, the Surface Pro fulfills the promise of Windows 8: You...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
The Surface with Windows 8 Pro, the bigger brother to the Surface RT and Microsoft's first hardware device to go head to head with its OEM partners in the full-spec'd PC space, represents Microsoft's new direction at every corner. The Surface Pro is a dev...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
Back in 2004 several companies released full Windows XP PDAs. Yes, tablets have been called back than Personal Digital Assistants. One of them was the Sony VAIO U series (Photo). I had the pleasure to review one back then. I came to the same downsides tha...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-06
The screen is pretty, Touch Covers and Type Covers are still good typing solutions, The build quality remains firstrate, Runs Windows apps with aplombgood Runs hot, Runs loud, Runs short, The whole resolution scaling situation is unsatisfactory, Metrostyle apps still lacking in breadth, number, and qualitybad
Microsoft's first ever computer, the Surface with Windows RT (or "Surface RT" as I will henceforth call it) is a mixed bag. The design and build quality both impress, and Microsoft's twin typing solutions—the 3mm no-moving-parts Touch Cover and the 6mm re...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
The Microsoft Surface Pro fits a full ultrabook experience in a compact 10-inch tablet. Thanks to the ingenious Type and Touch covers, it offers a comfortable interface and typing experience. The clean, crisp design and sharp 1080p screen rise above th......good The battery life is disappointing, and more ports would be nice. The 64GB model barely has any free storage. It costs as much as a regular laptop, especially because the cool keyboard cover isn't included by default.bad
On February 9, the Surface gets another lease on life. This version, known as the Surface Pro, tackles head-on many of the complaints about the original Surface RT -- especially that model's compromised Windows RT operating system. The Surface Pro offe...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
There's clearly interest in a device that converges the tablet and notebook. ASUS saw some of the earliest success in this department with its Transformer line of Android tablets. Once the first Windows RT/8 designs started appearing, it became clear...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
Ultrabookcaliber components, Beautiful, 1920by1080 display, Windows 8 grants full desktop application support.good Pen is a nice touch, but chintzy, Display size and keyboard comfort will make you think twicebad
Surface RT was a broken promise. When it launched in October, it showed the world a vision of a revolutionary tablet-laptop hybrid, but it couldn't close the deal. But now we have Surface with Windows 8 Pro, part two of Microsoft's always fascinating, som...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
Fast, consistent performance, Handsome and wellmade, Fantastic displaygood Poor battery life, Heavy and thick, Really hard to actually use on your lapbad
I've now been using the Surface Pro for a week or so, and I've had a real chance to see if this device, which starts at $899, is able to live up to my lofty expectations. Is it my next? Is it yours? Let's find out....
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
The Surface Pro looks like a tablet, but it's not a mobile device. It's a portable device.Sure, put the Surface Pro next to the Surface RT and it's hard to spot many differences. One's a little thicker, but their shapes are otherwise identical. Both have ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
I come bearing glad tidings. After decades of OEM malaise, a constant parroting of the speeds and feeds mantra, and an aesthetic that was formulated in the back room of a dingy Staples office supply store, the PC is really back.In short, the Surface Pro i...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
I first laid eyes on Microsoft's ( MSFT ) Surface tablet just about four months ago . It was a rainy Monday morning in Redmond, Washington and we were barely into the first 20 minutes of a full day of meetings when I knew the Surface was a huge, huge deal...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-05
The Microsoft Surface was the biggest new tech of 2012. Its first iteration—Surface RT, a confusingly named and marketed tablet-with-a-keyboard—bombed. Pretty hard. So why believe in the full-powered Surface Pro? Simple. It's a braver and more divergent t...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-01
wise, though they can all be used as tablets or slates, they diverge in convertible options. The Samsung ATIV 700T is the transformer of the lot, with a keyboard dock that makes it feel the most like a small laptop when docked. It's goes for the best of ...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-01
and ErgonomicsThis is the big differentiator: the Microsoft Surface Pro is a slate tablet with a nifty set of optional clip-on keyboards. The Sony Vaio Duo 11 is a convertible slider with a permanently attached keyboard that tucks under the display when ...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-09
Microsoft's second tablet, the Surface with Windows 8 Pro, was originally announced back in June 2012, with a launch date pencilled in for 90 days after the ARM-based Surface with Windows RT . That's fast approaching, and while a specific launch date rema...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-04
Microsoft's Surface is its own-brand tablet, but there are two models, the Surface RT and Surface Pro. So what are the differences between the two and which one is the right one for you?On the, er, surface, both tablets seem pretty similar. While they...
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Processor frequency

1.7 GHz

Processor family

Intel Core i5

Processor model


Processor cores


Processor cache

3 MB


Internal memory

4 GB


Display diagonal

26.9 cm (10.6")

Display resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

Touch technology


Touch screen type


Aspect ratio



Built-in speaker(s)
Built-in microphone
Number of built-in speakers


Ports & interfaces

USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity


Microphone in
Headphone out
Mini DisplayPorts quantity


Weight & dimensions


27.4 cm


1.32 cm


17.3 cm


907 g


Wi-Fi standard

IEEE 802.11n

Wi-Fi standards

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n

Bluetooth version



Internal storage capacity

128 GB

Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cards


Storage media





Operating system installed

Windows 8 Pro

Operating system version



Rear camera
Rear camera resolution

1280 x 720 pixels

Video recording
Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

Front camera


Form factor


Colour of product


Device type

Full-size tablet

Kids tablet


GPS (satellite)
Ambient light sensor
Electronic compass
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