Microsoft Problems Resolve
If you are playing a game, doing anything important or reading a new article that comes your way, you will try reading until the power indicator’s last flicker has you running frantically looking for your charger.
If it was your normal laptop or any other previous Surface Pro versions, you will be able to continue reading the article. Unfortunately, for some Surface Pro units, no matter how long you keep the machine for charging, it will not charge quickly.
The brand new entry in the software giant’s Microsoft tablet line-up, the Surface Pro 3 is without doubt one of the most impressive things developed by the company. When you have anything up to a Core i7 processor and an awesome 2,160×1,440 resolution 12″ touch-sensitive display including a pen, the new convertible tablets looks like a full-fledged system. The real deal, just like with the previous launches, is actually the attractive, sleek, ultra-thin Touch Cover as well as Type Cover accessories turns the device into an easily portable laptop.
Though, everything looked good for the new Surface Pro 3, but for one problem. It can fail to charge quickly. This is one of the biggest Microsoft problems ever seen in a Surface computer. Of course, what use is it if your unit is dead? No matter how long you keep it for charging, it will not charge. This sure looks like a huge problem
Microsoft Problems Fixed
Actually, the first time the issue was seen in the Surface Pro 3 review unit, which would not turn on, even though the tablet was connected to its battery charger for a long time. As you might have read, it emerged that the issue has not been resolved. Some users are still experiencing the same problem.
This issue was acknowledged in a tweet, a member and representative of their PR team said that the software giant is pretty much aware of the Microsoft problems concerning Surface Pro 3. The software company will be issuing an update in order to resolve the problem.
The irony here is that the latest Surface Pro consists of Intel’s fourth-generation “Haswell” processor and will be able to reach up to nine hours’ battery life, which is quite amazing, according to Microsoft. Many techies and Microsoft product users are calling it a “laptop killer”. Another tall claim said that users can charge it up to their heart’s content as much as five times a week for 4.5 years or more, and amazingly it will still maintain 80% capacity. Now, Microsoft should at least try to get it working.
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