Microsoft's Surface Pro is an outstanding 2-in-1 device that has found a place in both the professional and casual tech worlds. Battery life is impressive, at about eight hours of continuous use from a single charge, and its design means it can be comfortably used as a notebook or tablet.
Windows Central forum member rchapman80 recently started a thread about the Surface Pro and AC adapters. rchapman80 received a 65W charger with the purchase of an i5 Surface Pro and is now looking to purchase a second adapter for a travel bag.
There are already plenty of replies, with many other forum members offering up buying options that they've already purchased. Do you have any words of wisdom for rchapman80? Is there any benefit to going with the more expensive charger from Microsoft, or is there a third-party option that works better? Head over to the forum and let your voice be heard!
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Microsoft announced this week that it was expanding Surface Duo availability to nine new commercial markets. While Surface Duo is undoubtedly a work in progress, this is not a sign of a disaster. It's also doesn't mean that Surface Duo is selling a ton either. Instead, the reason for the expansion is a lot more straightforward.