Surface 3 Discussion Thread

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  1. Kumabjorn

    Kumabjorn ***** is back Senior Member

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    In System Info you can see what chipset you have, just do a search for that chipset on Intel's site.
     
  2. bloodycape

    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    There wasn't drivers for it, I don't think. I found drivers for an Atom X7- E series, but that's not what the Surface 3 uses. Odd.
     
  3. Bronsky

    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    The S3 hard at work today.
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    revmike Scribbler - Standard Member

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    As a probation officer for over thirty years I spent many a day in both juvenile and adult court, would have loved to have my surface 3 back then.
     
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    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    You S3 looks so much cleaner(at least the keyboard I can't see the back, but mines as a few marks) than mine and I carry mines in the same sleave you have. BTW where is the pen?
     
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    djas Graffiti User

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    WP_20170512_14_04_00_Pro.jpg

    Me too! :,)
     
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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    My S3 is fairly clean. But, it's not the original. I got a refurbbed last year. I wasn't using the pen at that hearing. I was just using the S3 to read from my motion exhibits during oral argument. I actually used the GN5 to take the notes at the end of the hearing when the judge was laying out her decision. I love this thing for Court. I never have to worry about batteries or finding an outlet. It lasts the whole day. It is the main reason I'm interested in WOA.

    You can also see that I normally arrive and set up for a hearing at least 10 minutes early.
     
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    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    I got mines replaced last year too(with a new one), but left portion(when viewing from the back) of the kickstand has some use. They keyboard is the one I got day one cause apparently warranty doesn't cover the keyboard.
     
  9. Kumabjorn

    Kumabjorn ***** is back Senior Member

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    Just out of curiosity, are other lawyers catching on to your level of "digital lawyering", or are they still using yellow legal pads in the courtroom?
     
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    dstrauss Comic Relief Senior Member

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    I'd say @Bronsky is way ahead of the pack; a pioneer. Many lawyers have iPads, and some have a Surface, but they are usually checking calendars and email, they are not integrated into their practice and rarely do they replace the legal pad. There are a good number who use iPads to store lots of documents produced in a case, or to read and annotate depositions, but still a long way to go to making them the center of you practice as Bronsky has.
     
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