Microsoft Surface 3 with Verizon 4G LTE now available for business professionals

Leave your laptop behind

By on November 12, 2015

The Microsoft Surface 3 has the features of a tablet, works like a laptop, and is ready for enterprise. And all that combined with Verizon 4G LTE means you can set up your mobile office and connect on the go.

Works like a Laptop

The tablet is designed to be thin, light, and versatile. It can be held and used like a tablet, and then you can easily convert to a laptop when you need to by using the 3-point kickstand to prop it up on a desk. It’s also powered by a fast Intel processor and can run Windows desktop software like Photoshop Essentials, Microsoft Office, Skype, and more.

Additionally, you can connect external devices like a keyboard or mouse or quickly transfer files with the USB 3.0 port. The Verizon model comes with 128 GB of internal storage and supports microSD cards if you ever need to expand your storage.

Built for Business

Businesses need to stay productive, secure and work efficiently. The Surface 3 helps keep your data safe with BitLocker, Trusted Boot, Windows Defender, Malware Protection, and Data Privacy.  It also has management tools such as Windows Intune, SCCM, and Airwatch to protect and help you control your enterprise. Away from your tablet but still need to use it or access documents? Remote Desktop Connection lets you connect to your Surface 3 tablet from your own PC.

Network Reliability

A productive device needs a reliable network to keep up with you. A reliable connection helps make sure you can send those emails, upload those important documents to the cloud, or even hop on a video conference with your team when you need to. The Surface 3 connects to the Verizon 4G LTE network to complete the mobile experience, helping you avoid the struggle of constantly looking for Wi-Fi or wondering if your connection is secure.

Accessories

A variety of accessories are also available to enhance the experience. The Surface 3 Type Cover Keyboard ($129.99) easily attaches to the tablet to add a physical keyboard and lets you type away without a virtual keyboard taking up screen space. And the Surface 3 Pen ($49.99) feels like an actual pen and lets you mark up presentations and sign documents, or quickly access OneNote by clicking the pen so you can have a notepad ready when you need it. A Surface 3 Docking Station is also be available for $199.99.

Availability

The Microsoft Surface 3 is now available through Verizon’s business channels and B2B telesales at 800-526-3178 for $649.99 with new two-year activation ($749.99 full price). 

Microsoft Surface 3

OS

Windows 8.1 Pro

Display

10.8-inch ClearType Full HD Plus Display

Camera

Rear: 8-megapixel camera with autofocus

Front: 3.5-megapixel camera

Storage

128 GB internal storage (Actual formatted capacity is less)

Supports up to 128 GB microSD card (sold separately)

Weight

1.37 lbs

Battery

7485 mAh