Microsoft Power BI is one of the most popular tools for power users on Windows 10.
It’s one of several new tools to hit the store over the past month, and its popularity is a big reason Microsoft is now selling the $249 Power BI Pro Edition.
The Microsoft Power Bio app is one the newest additions to the Microsoft Store, and we’ve got a review for you right here.
If you’re new to Microsoft Power, we recommend checking out the Microsoft Power Basics primer for more details on the new tools.
We recently had the opportunity to review the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4.
The two new devices are powerful and impressive products that have both solid Windows 10 builds and excellent performance.
But what about the Surface Pro 2?
Microsoft is finally bringing that flagship Surface Pro model to the Windows Store, but the Pro 2 remains on sale for $999.99.
Here’s how to get the Surface 2 Pro for $699.99: Microsoft is selling the new Surface Pro for the same price as the Pro: $899.99 for the Surface 3, $999 for the Pro 4 (or the equivalent of the Pro 3).
Both devices feature the same 5.7-inch Full HD display, a Snapdragon 821 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and Windows 10 Pro.
The new Surface 3 is one step closer to its predecessor, but it’s still a bit disappointing.
We love the new design, and the Surface design is now quite familiar.
But we’re still not ready to buy the new Microsoft Surface 2 because of its price tag.
It has some serious issues with the Windows 10 Creators Update that we’re not sure will fix itself anytime soon.
The new Microsoft Power Pro is a very similar product.
The biggest difference is the fact that the new Pro also includes a $10 USB Type-C port, a USB Type A charging port, and a USB-C OTG adapter.
You can also choose to get a Microsoft Surface Mini for $79.99 instead.
The biggest issue with Microsoft’s Surface Pro is that it’s priced too high for our liking.
At $799, it’s way too much for what it offers.
The Pro is still one of our favorite devices for power usage and gaming.
The $999 price tag is a good price for Microsoft’s latest entry-level Windows 10 device, but we’d love to see a better value for the money.