For sale , Microsoft Surface 3 tablet , 4 gigs memory, 128 gig storage
good used condition
Urban Armor Gear scout case for surface 3
Blue type cover for surface 3
Surface 3 pen
Asking $200 Plus actual shipping from Central Indiana, USA
I love the tablet, but had to get an Ipad so I could facetime with my granddaughter !
I have a Surface Pro 4 i7 with 512GB which was very expensive! After a couple of months I have noticed that sometimes when I put it to sleep it won't wake up and I have to reset the whole thing. I love the device and use it a lot, and I twitted Microsoft and they contacted me and say that I have to replace it... I am OK with that but I live in UK and the service is from USA, they say they do not have my device and have to send me a refurbished one, on the other hand I can see the UK store has my model.
My question is, what do you guys think of refurbished devices? Does it affect the performance? I am not too annoyed about the issue, I just do not put it to sleep anymore, but on the other hand it is annoying that a new and expensive item does not work properly. What would you guys do? I mostly use my Surface to draw with Illustrator and Photoshop...
I would appreciate any short of advice and help!
Thank you very much!
I have a Surface RT (32 GB) and it only has 1.69 GB of space left on the HD. The thing is that I have almost nothing on it (just a few apps that I check and do NOT take a lot of space, and small files), so I don't know what is taking so much space. Does anyone knows where is all that memory going? I have not being able to find it (I have checked the size of the apps, delete the trash can, delete the internet history/cookies)...
Also, I want to upgrade to Windows 8.1. These are the two ways that I have think of doing it, but I will like your opinion on which option is better (or if there is a better way):
Plan 1: take the tablet to its original status (in PC settings > General > Remove everything and reinstall Windows), move the recovery files to a thumb drive (http://www.surfacegeeks.net/forums/index.php?/topic/192-surface-rt-how-to-free-up-4-gigabytes-of-storage-space-on-your-rt/), and do all updates to take it to Windows 8.1
Plan 2: free some space by moving the recovery files to a thumb drive, make the upgrade to Windows 8.1, run a cleanup disk and defragment the drive
Making a backup of the files in the tablet is easy b/c there is not much in it, but my main concerns for the process are: I am going to loose microsoft office? is it going to ask me for any key/license number (if I ever had one, I don't know where it is)? anything else that I am missing?
I will be attending the launce in St. Louis and would like to be there for the 'line'. Thing is, I can't find information on when the store opens! I hear that the Time Square one opens at midnight. Sounds like others are planning to open when the mall does and some maybe not even on launch day. Anyone know if there are details listed somewhere?
Second - wishfull thinking, but is anyone else secretly hoping that being there on opening day will result in some surface swag? It would be nice to get some stickers or surface cover/bag. What if they let us pick any color touch cover or better get gave us one for free for showing up to the launch? How about a card with a bunch of xbox points on it?
I know getting free stuff sounds a bit crazy, but when Jim and I were at the MS store in Kansas City they gave us cards worth $25 dollars in store just for taking the 'bing-it-on' challenge. (It took a few minutes and both Jim and I were surprised to find that we were strongly biased towards... GOOGLE! - I'm sticking with Bing anyway - Hear that MS? Give me a free keyboard! - please)
if you got the issue that your Surface RT with attached Touch Cover mutes the sound randomly, you should check out this post and advice in the Microsoft Answers-Forum:
They are still working on that issue but they know already that it has to do something with the Touch Cover.
Because of that they want you to exchange the Touch Cover (if you got this issue) through the Store Support.