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Case Study: Jumeirah English Speaking School & The Value Of OneNote & Surface Pro

Located in Dubai, JESS is a full K-12 school with around 2,200 students running the International Baccalaureate program. The school has deployed Surface Pro and Office365 at a Grade 7 level and are using OneNote Class NoteBooks, OneDrive, Sharepoint, Office Mix, Sway and Microsoft Classroom (soon to be replaced with… 86 more words

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Microsoft says iPad is Apple's response to the new Surface

Ryan Gavian, managing director of Surface devices at Microsoft, said that Apple released iPad Pro as a response to Surface. He said that when Surface was initially launched, everyone was skeptical of the company but then followed by other competitors. 262 more words

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The Surface Laptop makes the new Surface Pro mostly a nonstarter

It’s been a week with the new Pro — Microsoft’s part-tablet/part-laptop hybrid machine —  and I already find myself looking longingly at the Surface Laptop… 914 more words

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Microsoft Surface Pro: Promises versatility but with a heavy price tag

October 26 2012: Microsoft launches their first ever laptop-tablet hybrid – The Microsoft Surface. Fast forward to almost 5 years, they present us with the… 1,245 more words

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The tablet that can replace your laptop

Surface Pro 4 is ultrathin, fast, and versatile, the perfect balance of portability and power. 313 more words

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Coming Soon to Techscheme: New Surface Laptop and Surface Pro 5

When it comes to producing top of the range tech Microsoft have really earned their stripes. In the last few years, we’ve seen competitor beating devices coming out across a range of areas but none garnered more praise than the laptop/tablet hybrids the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. 574 more words

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BRYDGE 12.3 - Keyboard for Microsoft Surface Pro 3 & 4

I think the tablet market is such an interesting one—and it has come so far since Apple really got people interested back in 2010.  Back then, the idea was that this market for a device that wasn’t a phone, but also wasn’t a computer, was an entirely new one and seemingly distinct from either of the former.  2,484 more words

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