Microsoft Surface Pro m3 (2017) review
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The cheapest entry in the Surface Pro range, this model ditches the Intel 'i' processors from Microsoft's flagship range and instead adds the Intel m3. While this means that you get a slightly less powerful processor compared to the other models, it does make the Surface more affordable. We'd still struggle to call it budget, but how does it compare? Find out in our full review.
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