The Surface Pro 3 was widely listed as Microsoft's finest tablet-come-laptop to date, and for good reason.
As we noted in our Surface Pro 3 review, the device has a premium design that houses a wealth of innovations and top-end technologies.
These include powerful Intel Core processor options and an innovative stylus that makes the Surface Pro 3 ideal for notation and design work.
However, with the most basic model costing a hefty £640, the Surface Pro 3's perks came with too high a price tag for many buyers.
Looking to fix this in 2015, Microsoft has released a more affordable Surface 3 convertible, designed to offer similar functionality to its expensive sibling for buyers on a budget.
To learn more about the Surface 3 simply roll your mouse over the device to see the key elements and click on the tags that appear.