Surface 3 owners have a firmware update waiting for them in Windows Update. But as has been the case in recent months with most such updates, there's no word yet from Microsoft about what's been fixed.
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With Microsoft set to end Surface 3 manufacturing this year---Brad broke that story last night---I have a few thoughts about the end of this little device and what Microsoft might have planned for the future.
Looking for a Surface 3? If you want one of these tablets you better move fast as stock is drying up.
While there's been no official announcement, Microsoft is now offering a Surface Membership plan for its Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, and Surface 3, allowing small business customers to buy the devices on a monthly payment plan.
Less than two weeks after delivering a massive set of firmware updates for Surface 3, Microsoft has issued a new set of updates for its entry-level tablet.
Citing the success of the entry-level Surface 3 in education, Microsoft today announced special bundles that are priced at 30 percent off through June 30.
While Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 users continue to twist in the wind, the software giant delivered significant firmware updates for both Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 late this past week. Here's what's new.
Several readers have forwarded information about a great sale on Surface 3: When you buy the tablet directly from Microsoft, you will get a Type Cover, worth $129, for free. But you have to act fast: This deal is available through Sunday only.
On the 8th day of 12 Days of Deal, my true love gave to me, a Surface 3. With a $75 Microsoft Store gift code. Type Cover and Surface Pen sold separately.
Microsoft has announced new delivery dates for the unlocked Surface 3 4G LTE in the US, and also in Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
Microsoft’s latest Surface tablets—Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3—are now available with Windows 10 pre-bundled from the Microsoft Store.
This week, Microsoft issued firmware updates for its most recent Surface models—Surface 3, Surface 3 (4G LTE) and Surface Pro 3—as well as Surface Pro 2.
AT&T Wireless announced today that it will be the first wireless carrier in the United States to offer the Surface 3 tablet with 4G LTE capabilities.
There was some Surface news announced today, and while it's not about a presumed Surface Pro 4, it is indeed good news for fans of the product line.
I get a lot of questions about Microsoft Surface: Should I wait for Surface Pro 4? Should I choose Surface 3 or Surface Pro 3, and so on. Let's take a look.