Building Microsoft Surface Pro 3

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Have you wondered what it takes to pack the power of an Intel core chip in a thin tablet? Come hear it from the engineers who built the individual components of the Surface Pro 3 device. Hear the stories behind the tablet that can replace your laptop.

Day:

3

Level:

300

Session Type:

Overview

Code:

BRK3302

Room:

N427

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    Niner104538

    amazing in depth story, want to see more of these.  Really shows the level of quality and passion that the team put into its products.  love my sp3.  thank you!

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    Lorane Leavy

    The sessions are SO worth the listening time and I am truly grateful for Microsoft's efforts.
    At this time, I have what was probably one of the first Surface RT's to be sold. Technical support and availability have always been a very long suit and I will soon be making my second Surface purchase - the youngest baby!
    I am not able to be working from home at this time and have none of my support phone numbers so I wish to pose a question.
    I am not able to write my blog on Blogger because, I think, as a program it is not compatible with my Surface 8.1. Does anyone in the Surface Family know an adjustment I can make that would preclude this discrepancy? I can be contacted via my email. Thank you.
    Lorane Leavy of "Last Seen Wearing Thin".

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    Arne

    I went to the Microsoft store to check out the Surface 3. I found out that the Microsoft store was a discotec, blaring out bad music so that I could not keep a conversation with the sales rep.
    Next I went across the hall to the Apple store. The Apple store was just as bad, pumping out bad music harassing the customers.

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