Just bought Surf 3, for office environment . .
Yes, it is a desktop & laptop replacement, with a big surprise: there is no easy, dual monitor support for the docking station. THE GOOD: MS Office, the Cloud, my PC apps, the size and 'office performance'. THE BAD: Battery life could be better if you sit on long flights, $1800+ for all the accessories is expensive, performance is good enough on i5 but not gamming good (which I didn't need). THE WORST: . . is MSFT didn't see their early adopters in the business world needing dual monitors? Whoops, maybe they rely on logitech for a splitter? Yes, that lack of thinking makes me wonder if MSFT is serious about Surface as a platform or too worried about Dell & Lenovo. Surf 2 was a non starter, but Surf 3 is good enough, but at that price point it needs a road map focused on business users.