Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Me and my friend, Microsoft Surface Pro 3

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Well, hi! Have we all survived Blue Monday? I hope so. Today's post is another little something different (look at me go, I know), but something I hope you'll all like. Technology's something I don't really go into all that often on here, which is ironic considering how much I rely on it in order to blog, so here's my first little venture into the area. The video kind of explains it all, but - in short - over the next few weeks I'll be test-running the Microsoft surface pro 3 tablet whilst figuring out how I can use it to help achieve my main New Year's resolution to travel more this year. I'm both a technophobe and terrible for breaking New Year's resolutions before they've even started, so this'll be a challenge on both counts for me - I'll be back on Friday with an update so you can check in on me then (Mum) to see how it's all going! For now, here's a few snapshots to give you a better idea of what I was warbling on about in the video:

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Tablet or laptop? You decide.
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Holding itself in more positions than a yoga instructor.

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Making friends with one another

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Behold, the snazzy pen in action.

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If you're thinking of buying a tablet yourself, or even seeing what's available out there, then Argos' range is well worth a browse!


Post in association with Argos  

13 comments:

Amy Keeling said...

I have being looking at these Amy so this was super useful. At the moment I have just a desktop PC so I can only work in one place. A portable tablet but one that also acts as a laptop is something I like the idea of :)

Amy x | A Little Boat Sailing

Rachel said...

aah this looks amazing! definitely a contender for the ipad! love that it can also act as a laptop :)

Rachel // Style Soup

Marie RĂ¼ said...

just don't break it because apparently it can't be repaired so you'll have to pay 250€ and send it back to get a new and fresh one which doesn't sound that bad...

Jeanne said...

Worth the check indeed! Thanks for sharing Amy!
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Jeanne
http://fashionmusingsdiary.com

Caetera said...

I really really don't like the Windows 8 interface... I'm a Windows Vista girl :)

xx

Oroma Roxella Rukevwe said...

I still need to see one of these things in person before I can believe they're real.
Funny story but a few years back, my three younger siblings broke two laptops at home because they were trying to make them iPads. My dad was furious. Me? I just locked myself in my room and laughed myself to sleep.

/ O.R.R.

Jenna Fifi said...

Looks like a nifty piece of equipment! I'm hoping to get an iPad soon, but this looks brilliant!

Jenna || Jennafifi.co.uk

Nikki Williams said...

these things are so cool!
xx nikki
www.dream-in-neon.com

Alice Young said...

I've been wanting one of these they sound awesome. Love what your wearing as well!

The Velvet Black | UK Style & Beauty Blog

Lauren S said...

Great that you can literally take it anywhere - would love to see how it compares to Apple.

Lauren x
Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Fashion Beauty - www.brittonloves.blogspot.co.uk

Anastasia from Natbeesfashion said...

I have seen this before and it is truly magnificent! Also love the colour. 12 points!
xo
Anastasia
http://natbeesfashion.blogspot.co.uk

Liz Lizo said...

Loved this review! I need one like NOW!

xx
Liz Lizo
www.voguedout.com

Heater said...

I would like an ultra light tablet for typing