"It's Very Good"4.0 starson by thisistheslam
Pros: Full HD screen, stylus input, palm block tech prevents mis-touches while writing, USB 3.0, mini Display port, Bluetooth 4.0, optional type cover is fantastic, same PC hardware found in ultrabooks, manages to keep from being too heavy
Cons: Battery life could be a little longer, on the pricier side
Summary: If you're looking for a tablet that can do it all, the Surface Pro is your only reasonable option compared to the likes of Android and Apple offerings. This tablet has the largest application palette, mostly because it offers the entire world of software online on top of its growing Windows 8 store. Had Microsoft found a more cost-effective way, or just bundled in the type cover in the package, we'd all be singing the praises of Pro AND buying one immediately. But for $999 for the more-sought-after 128GB model, it will keep many from enjoying the fruits of full PC computing. The battery isn't hitting the standards of what many have come to expect from mobile products. Then again, competitors are running ARM tablets that use considerably less power and run considerably slower in comparison. It becomes a trade off: battery life for faster computing and multitasking. Many will argue this is an acceptable fate. The battery rates for 5 hours of use (depending on how you use the tablet). The Surface becomes a solid 5-star product if Microsoft can improve upon its design with a 2nd gen product that bumps the battery life a couple hours, comes in a little cheaper (or offers more in the package, so we're not dropping $1300 with accessories), and maybe shave a couple tenths of a pound. But those are the only gripes. This product is seriously good and the pen input is incredible! I could draw for hours and I'm a terrible artist!