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تبلت سرفیس : قابل جدا شدن 2 در 1 اصلی
تبلت های Surface دارای صفحه نمایش لمسی 10.6 اینچی هستند و دارای پشتیبانی از USB، دو آنتن Wi-Fi، پایه داخلی برای ایستادن سرفیس تبلت ، بدون کیبورد فیزیکی ساخته شده اما میتوانید یک کیبورد به صورت جدا تهیه کرده و استفاده کنید. مایکروسافت دو نسخه از تبلت سرفیس را طراحی کرده است.
نسخه سرفیس پرو از سرفیس تبلت، با سیستم عامل کامل ویندوز 10 عرضه می شود. نسخه حرفه ای Surface پشتیبانی از USB 3.0 و در دستگاه های جدید تر مانند سرفیس پرو 9 و سرفیس پرو 8 دارای درگاه تایپ c می باشد.
مایکروسافت Surface را با ویندوز RT در اواخر اکتبر 2012 منتشر کرد. بررسیهای کاربران در آن زمان طراحی تبلت سرفیس را تحسین میکردند، اما از عملکرد، کمبود برنامهها و ناسازگاری با نرمافزارهای قدیمیتر انتقاد داشتند.
The Surface Tablets: The Original 2-in-1 Detachables
Surface tablets have a 10.6-inch wide touch screen display and come with USB support, dual Wi-Fi antennae, a built-in kickstand to make the tablet stand up by itself and an optional keyboard that doubles as the tablet’s cover. Microsoft designed two versions of the tablet. The Windows RT version runs on an ARM processor, is available with 32 or 64 gigabytes of storage and comes with a lean version of Microsoft Office.
The Surface Pro version comes with the full Windows 8 operating system and runs on an Intel Ivy Bridge processor. The pro version of Surface provides USB 3.0 support, a Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXD) expansion slot, a digital display interface called DisplayPort and twice the storage capacity of the RT version.
Microsoft released Surface with Windows RT in late October 2012. Reviews generally praised the design of the tablet but criticized its performance, lack of apps, and incompatibility with older software.
Most people think of Windows as an operating system for laptops and desktops, but the OS is actually much more versatile. Microsoft created the Surface tablet as a showcase for how Windows can power touch-screen devices without integrated keyboards. And in many cases, it works splendidly.
That’s certainly true of the Surface tablet that will attract most mainstream buyers. The Surface Pro has been a frequent Editors’ Choice winner that represents the best of detachable Windows tablets. At its core, the Surface Pro is a sleek 13-inch touch-screen tablet that can be used either by itself or with an optional detachable keyboard. The Surface Pro’s signature physical feature is an integrated kickstand with a fully adjustable hinge. It allows you to recline the screen through 165 degrees of range, from standing at attention to nearly flat. It’s also a showcase for the new Windows 11 operating system, and works with a new, larger stylus, the Slim Pen 2.
In 2021, we lauded the Surface Pro 8 as the best iteration yet, and the 2-in-1 detachable to beat. Unfortunately, the Surface Pro landscape got a bit trickier to navigate in 2022. Microsoft unveiled the Pro 9 in October in two different flavors, one based on the latest Intel CPUs and one with an Arm-based SQ3 chip. New highly touted features include 5G support, smart camera technology, and super-long battery life, but those are only available in the SQ3 version, which is the model we reviewed. The new Intel version, with its 12th Gen “Alder Lake” chips, will see advanced performance, but none of these new features. The headphone jack was also removed from both models.
This distinction makes things confusing for shoppers, especially if you’re not well versed in the CPU differences, or don’t read the find print closely about exclusive features when picking your model online. In this move, Microsoft also killed off the Arm-based Surface Pro X, since it has essentially been replaced by the SQ3 Pro 9 model. Arm-based machines have Windows compatibility and performance limits, so in our view delineating this under the separate Pro X name was less confusing than having two very different models named the Surface Pro 9. There are more caveats than before, so you’ll want to read our review and Microsoft’s store carefully before purchasing a unit.
On the less powerful side, Microsoft also offers the Surface Go family, which brings most of the Surface Pro features to a smaller, more affordable form factor. Now in its third generation, the Surface Go 3 is one of the best budget Windows tablets available. However, its smaller screen and less-capable Intel processor mean it’s more suited to people who prioritize portability and cost savings, and it’s not a true laptop replacement.