Finally! Here's our in-depth review of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, Redmond's latest cutting edge tablet and laptop in one. Barring protests from artists who still favor Wacom over N-Trig for their pen technology, this is undeniably Microsoft's best Surface Pro yet, with a bigger screen, an infinitely adjustable kickstand and a thinner and lighter design. The Surface Pro 3 packs full Intel Core CPUs into a tablet that might at first blush pass for a low powered tablet or even a mobile OS tablet. It has a stunning 2160 x 1440 display that supports both touch and the included pen, and the 3:2 aspect ratio makes it easier to hold and use in portrait mode. The updated Surface Pro Type Cover works surprisingly well, and it even offers backlight. The Core i5 Surface Pro 3 starts at $999.