While it looks similar to the original Surface Pro, Microsoft is calling the Surface Pro 2 the most "most powerful, professional, and productive tablet ever made." The tablet has a new two-stage kickstand to make using the tablet more comfortable, and runs Windows 8.1 on one of Intel's new Haswell processors. The Surface Pro 2 works with an optional power cover keyboard that has a built in battery and with a docking station that adds some extra ports.
Oct. 22, 2013
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I’ve been using the Surface Pro ever since it came out, but as much as I want to I’ve never been able to use it as my laptop replacement. It’s powerful and impressive, but it’s just too limited as a laptop, and too chunky as a tablet. I use tablets for long periods of the day, and I regularly work on my lap with a real keyboard, so a hybrid laptop and tablet sounds like a perfect solution. The Surface Pro wasn’t it. The battery doesn’t last long enough for tablet use, and it’s not comfortable...
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