I love my Surface, I think what I love most about it is the fact that I can sign documents with my pen. YES!! The hardest part of my work is getting documents signed and back to PR reps, so now that I can sign with my pen it’s saved me so much time and effort and money. I don’t have to print, scan back in and copy to my computer. HA!
Giving you the most natural writing experience on a tablet, Surface Pen6 is responsive and precise. Surface Pen feels like an actual pen, not a flimsy stylus. And with 256 levels of pressure sensitivity, it’s easy to draw, takes notes, or write music. It’s the digital writing experience you’ve dreamed about.
Surface has always been about empowering people to get things done, and Surface 3 continues that mission – it’s stylish, portable and packs the full power of Windows and Office into the thinnest, lightest Surface yet. At a starting price of just $499…some packages are $150 off right now!…. it’s perfect for students who need a high-quality device at an accessible price and is available just in time for graduation.
Designed with students in mind with the (optional) Surface Pen and OneNote, Surface 3 makes taking digital notes in class or capturing online research for a paper easier. Students can also use the Pen to highlight and write over Office documents and PDF’s, and turn handwritten notes into text or record a lecture using the HD webcam. Plus, with great battery life, students can trek around campus all day without worrying about running out of juice or carrying bulky chargers.
Surface 3 is also a great travel device for working on the go or just relaxing with Netflix, playing games or reading a book on the Kindle app and the 10.8-inch high resolution display. And to make traveling with tech even easier, Surface 3 uses a micro USB charger and can remain in your bag while going through security at the airport. And if you ask my kids is great fun for playing games on.