Microsoft Surface 3 Price & Specs in Malaysia June, 2021

The Microsoft Surface 3 is a tablet that has a IPS 1920 x 1280pixels display with 214ppi. It is powered by a Quad Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 3.5MP rear camera. The Surface3 comes with 5600mAh of battery capacity and released on 2015.
The Microsoft Surface 3 is a tablet that has a IPS 1920 x 1280pixels display with 214ppi. It is powered by a Quad Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 3.5MP rear camera. The Surface3 comes with 5600mAh of battery capacity and released on 2015. Read more
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Cheapest Microsoft Surface 3 Price in Malaysia is RM 1,600.00

The Microsoft Surface 3 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Microsoft Surface 3 price in Malaysia is RM 1,600.00 from Shopee. Microsoft Surface 3 price details are updated June 2021.

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Price List by Country for Microsoft Surface 3

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 4.990.000 RM 1,442.00
Malaysia MYR 1,600.00 RM 1,600.00
Philippines PHP 24,138.00 RM 2,067.00
Singapore SGD 438.15 RM 1,359.00
Vietnam VND 11.263.597 RM 2,022.00

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Microsoft Surface 3 Specs

Screen Size 10.8"
Display Resolution 1920 x 1280pixels
Screen Technology IPS
Pixel Density 214ppi
Battery Capacity 5600mAh
Battery Type Li-Ion
Charging Normal Charging
Rear Camera 3.5MP
Video Resolution Full HD
Front Camera 8MP
Face Detection No
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Auto Focus Yes
Weight 641g
Dimensions 267 x 187 x 8.7mm
Colours Black
CPU Intel Atom x7-78700
CPU Speed 2.4GHz
Processor Core Quad Core
Connector Port Micro USB
Cellular Network 4G
Bluetooth Yes
Navigation Yes
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
OS Windows
OS Version Windows 8.1
Pen Support Yes
Keyboard Support Yes
Mouse Support Yes
Fingerprint No

Microsoft Surface 3 Malaysia Price, Specs, Review

Perfectly Compact Form Function

The Surface 3 is the most compact device in Microsoft’s Surface lineup. It’s very light and it sports a design that’s easy to carry around. Despite that, the capability to function like a full pledged laptop is not an easy feat for this device. This tablet could run desktop apps and provide more dimension and interactivity to it with its touch screen display.

Get Connected Anytime Anywhere

Stay connected wherever you may be! This tablet supports a 4G LTE connectivity, all thanks to the availability of the sim slot for Microsoft Surface 3. Connectivity options for this tablet are not just limited to a wireless network, but also connectivity with accessories and other digital devices. The tablet features all the modern day ports that you need: a 3.0 USB port, HDMI for the display, and a headset/mic jack.

Work and Play Your Own Way

The Microsoft Surface 3 is compact and light enough to be taken with you anywhere. You can easily slip it into your carry-on bag, and easily pull out and set up when needed. The type cover provides it with a more convenient function; with just a single click, you can instantly work on your presentation or open your email.

Tablet with the Power of a Laptop

This is where the Microsoft Surface 3 stands out; its interface is fast and responsive, and it can run a full desktop software without the desktop build. This tablet is equipped with a Windows 10 OS and runs the actual Windows 10 desktop as its platform. Coupled with an Intel processor, you’ll have a seamless desktop experience on a tablet with the Microsoft Surface 3.

Top Notch Battery Life

The Surface 3 is also a stand-out device when it comes to its battery life. It's capable of playing your videos for 10 straight hours with just a single charge. Work a project, binge watch your favorite show, or browse the internet all day without having to worry about running out of power. Finish everything that you need to do with just a single charge.

Here's a review of the Microsoft Surface 3 from The Verge:

Reviews of Microsoft Surface 3
Reviewed on 2018-03-09
Without it, the device is unstable and tends to wobble about when it's placed on the lap. It's This is even with the keyboard attached. The top gripe for the Microsoft SP line. This became the inspiration to develop the new Microsoft Surface Laptop.When M...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-23
It's been a dream of mine to have a full-fledged PC without the bulk. Tablets came by and it got pretty close to a portable full-fledged PC – but not there yet. Then comes convertible devices – it's a tablet with a touchscreen, then is able to somehow con...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-20
Nice size, excellent screen, reasonable performance
Pricey, the MicroUSB charging port isn't as nice as the magnetic one on the Surface Pro 3
Microsoft's latest budget tablet fixes many of the shortcomings of its predecessor.A little while back Microsoft gave us the Surface 2, a hybrid tablet that was mostly overlooked because it ran Windows RT, a rather strange version of Windows created to ru...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-10
Intel Atom CPUs have stepped up, Very good screen, Top-notch build quality, Strong keyboard cover
Processor has its limits, Screen black level could be better, Small size makes it less flexible, Kickstand simpler and therefore less useful than the Pro's
Microsoft is far from the ill-fitting suit-wearing office geek it was once perceived as.Apple has even had digs at its lack of style in the past. Where Steve Jobs was painted as some sort of Leonardo da Vinci figure, rightly or wrongly there's seemed some...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-05
As you well know, the Surface 3 has been officially announced and launched in Malaysia.A follow-up to the previous Surface 2 and practically a watered-down version of the Surface Pro 3 , the budding notebook cum tablet's design was considered to be somewh...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-01
“A tablet that can replace your laptop” - this is the mantra that Microsoft has used to push its Surface Pro 3 to the masses. Interestingly, the company has used the same motto for its brand new Surface 3 as well which will be available in Malaysia this c...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
It's been an arduous journey for the Microsoft Surface, a tablet-first device that also makes for a pretty good notebook when you flip out its integrated kickstand and snap on a keyboard cover. We liked the very first Surface Pro , though it eventually di...
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Reviewed on 2018-11-15
Ingenious control dials, Stylish look and premium feel, Shockingly good wireless performance, Excellent noise canceling
Some comfort issues, Uncompetitive battery life, Lacking support for AptX, AAC, or LDAC for higher-quality sound, Sound lacks refinement and treble energy
For anyone who grew up with Microsoft as the stodgy PC monopoly that wouldn't know “cool” if it was out on a wintry walk in northern Sweden, the past few years have required something of an adjustment. It's no exaggeration to say that Microsoft is today o...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-26
better graphics performance on account of the Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640, faster Samsung SSD, unique Alcantara texture, outstandingly good speakers, support for Windows Hello, wrist rest remains cool, quiet fan, long battery life
relatively loud coil whine, difficult-to-open case gets in the way of repairs and upgrades, poor I/O, throttling - also during graphics loads, high premium for the i7
The wolf in sheep's clothing? Why is there another review of the Microsoft Surface Laptop i7? Is this just a rebranding of the recently released i5-based Surface Laptop, but with an Intel Core i7-7660U instead of the i5-7200U? So it is faster and more exp...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-28
You may have heard news recently that made it sound like you shouldn't buy Microsoft Surface products. While this recommendation came from a reliable source, the ensuing headlines may not tell the full story. That's why we're here to help clarify, so you...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-18
I've talked to a number of people on the Surface team over the last few months, and the decision to hinder their beautiful new piece of hardware still boggles the mind. The Surface Laptop is really nice — in fact, it's quite possibly the best piece of har...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-14
The back-to-school shopping season is just around the corner, and Microsoft (MSFT) is hoping its new Surface Laptop will be the computer you or your child brings to the classroom.Starting at $999, the Surface Laptop is Microsoft's attempt to fight back ag...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-21
Versatile design, Excellent software compatibility, Attractive screen, Good connectivity
Type Cover is an essential accessory, Heavy for handheld use, Weak on-screen keyboard
Microsoft Surface 3 Review: The Surface Pro 4 may be Microsoft's new star player, but if you don't need all that computing power, or your pockets aren't quite as deep, the Microsoft Surface 3 should still offer everything you're after.Despite only existin...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-07
Full Windows 10, Light, Well built, Standard ports, Extremely capable
Charging takes really long, WiFi speeds were slower than expected, #spon: I'm required to disclose a relationship between our site and Intel. This could include the Intel Corporation providing us w/content, product, access or other forms of payment, Share...
It's been a few weeks since we started using Microsoft's Surface 3, and we've been really impressed with its capability. It's not their pro model, but it's far from what we'd call “budget”. For the modest price, you really get a lot of machine. Our previo...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-24
The new Surface, not to be confused with the Surface Pro, is one of Microsoft's latest tablets, and despite its low price-point, it's impressively capable. To that effect, Surface 3 replaces the previous generation of watered down RT models, making it Mic...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
Microsoft Surface 3 is getting closer to being a perfect MacBook Air replacement for casual productivity Photo by Brad MoonRegular readers of GeekDad probably know that I've had a long history of experimenting with tablets and keyboard cases in search of...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-17
Tablets running Microsoft Windows are not the cheapest products around, but consumers still spend a lot of money on them because they want to use and experience the environment of Windows, which is one of the smoothest and productive operating systems on...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-11
Fullblown Windows 10 experience, Near perfectly calibrated screen, $500 cost is pretty agreeable for a tablet running full Windows 10, Fullsize USB port & microSD card slot, Sturdy adjustable kickstand
Can be sluggish with heavier operations, 64GB variant offers very little free space, Speakers sound flat, Camera performs poorly under low light, Exceptionally long charging time
Remember Windows RT? We certainly do, but we don't miss it at all. Microsoft tried to do something different when they first introduced its Surface tablets by reserving the full-blown desktop experience to its Pro line – and the tablet-optimized experien...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Last year, I had the opportunity to go hands-on with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3, and thought it was an excellent system – offering performance, great battery life, an amazing screen and both tablet and laptop capabilities in a single system. But with pri...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-06
Excellent metal design includes a kickstand and fullsized USB port. Generally good performance from Atom SoC. Type Cover and Surface Pen are great accessories that make the Surface 3 a versatile device. Windows 10 should make this an even better product....
Type Cover is not included and is sold as an expensive (yet musthave) $130 accessory. Not great as a laptop. Battery life is somewhat disappointing.
Microsoft surprised everyone in 2012 by announcing a tablet designed in house to run the company's brand new Windows RT operating system. It was the first time we had seen Microsoft, a company mostly focused on software products, come out with a fully-fle...
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