It's hard to believe that it has been three months since the Surface Pro 3 was announced in New York. That event, which took place on May 20th, was when I first got my hands on the latest tablet from Microsoft and since that date, my own usage has been a bit surprising.
The Pro 3 really is an interesting device as it deviates the past ideology that you need to have both a tablet and a laptop. By combining two devices into one product, some sacrifices have to be made. At least, that's what the pessimist in me will say and for the most part, that statement is true.
The Pro 3 is good at a lot of things, but not everything. For example, if you are a writer who likes to take your device to the park to sit under a tree and write novels, this is not the device for you. But if you are a person who goes to a lot of meetings, takes notes, fires-off emails in the airport lounge and enjoys watching a movie on your laptop while cruising at 30k feet, the Pro 3 becomes an interesting option.