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Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick Rants that He’s “Done” with “Undependable” Surface Tablets

Oct 27th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick Rants that He’s “Done” with “Undependable” Surface Tablets

Microsoft has paid the NFL billions of dollars to promote its Surface tablets over the past 3 seasons. Unfortunately for Microsoft, that marketing campaign has been a little rocky over the years. When the Surface tablets were first introduced on the sidelines, announcers called them iPads. In other games, we’ve seen the Surface Tablet rammed into Johnny Manziel’s head or thrown down on t

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Microsoft May Launch an All-in-One Desktop Called the Surface Studio

Oct 19th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Windows 10 | 0 Comment

Microsoft May Launch an All-in-One Desktop Called the Surface Studio

Microsoft is holding a Windows 10 event on October 26, where industry analysts expect the company to lay out a roadmap for Windows 10’s future. However, other reports suggest that Microsoft is gearing up for some big product launches at the October 26 event. One of those product launches is the so-called Surface Studio, a groundbreaking all-in-one desktop system featuring the Surface’s name

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5 Fast Facts You Need to Know About the Upcoming Surface Pro 5

Aug 24th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

5 Fast Facts You Need to Know About the Upcoming Surface Pro 5

The Surface Pro 5 rumors are heating up. Are you in the market for a new tablet/ultrabook combo? Well, the Surface 5 may be the right choice for you. Find out everything you need to know about the Surface 5 today in our rumor roundup. 5) Surface Pro 5 Release Date The Surface Pro 5 is expected to be released in Spring 2017. Microsoft hasn’t been releasing the Surface Pro on an annual bas

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Microsoft Tries Bold New Sales Strategy with “Surface Membership”

Jun 5th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

Microsoft Tries Bold New Sales Strategy with “Surface Membership”

Without much fanfare, Microsoft recently launched something called Surface Membership. The plan allows small businesses and users to stay up-to-date on the latest Surface hardware and accessories in exchange for a flat monthly fee. Basically, you buy a single Surface 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, or any combination of the three, without having to pay the full price upfront. Pricing varies

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Microsoft Surface Sales Double, Generate $1 Billion in Revenue

Oct 27th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Microsoft Surface Sales Double, Generate $1 Billion in Revenue

There hasn’t been a lot of good news about Windows 8 or Surface tablets over the past two years. But earlier this week, things changed: Microsoft posted record revenues and a surprising chunk of that revenue came from the Surface division. Microsoft has launched an aggressive advertising campaign for its Surface Pro 3, calling it a tablet that can replace your laptop. Microsoft has paid hu

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Microsoft Reveals Slimmer, Sleeker, More Powerful Surface Pro 3

May 19th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Microsoft Reveals Slimmer, Sleeker, More Powerful Surface Pro 3

The Surface Pro is Microsoft’s most successful mobile device. Unlike the total failure of the Surface RT, the Surface Pro has managed to capture some dedicated customers. It’s a Windows computer in compact tablet form and it’s everything a tablet should be. Today, Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 3, which has a larger screen than its predecessors while looking sleeker and sexier tha

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4 Reasons to Actually Consider Getting a Surface Pro 2

Jan 19th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

4 Reasons to Actually Consider Getting a Surface Pro 2

The first Surface was a decent tablet computer that was hampered by two things: the awful release state of Windows 8 and the confusion between Windows RT and Windows 8. The Surface Pro 2 has fixed each of those problems and become a surprisingly good tablet computer. It features Windows 8.1, decent hardware, and a sleek design. It’s also $100 less than the first Surface Pro and costs $899.

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