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War of commercials between Microsoft and Apple but in the meantime the Surface suffer from overheating problems



War of commercials between Microsoft and Apple but in the meantime the Surface suffer from overheating problems


War of commercials between Microsoft and Apple, the MacBook Air and the iPad are teased in as many as three videos. Here they are in sequence. There are three videos of the new commercial war between Microsoft and Apple. The first video compares the Surface Pro 3 and the iPad. In the second and third videos, memory, processing speed and power are analyzed.

Recall that the Spot’s war started Microsoft and with a video in which he compares Cortana with Siria funny video where a husband is struggling with his anniversary and must remember to buy a bouquet of flowers for his wife. Siri vs Cortana: the new Microsoft commercial compares the two services

Definitely the new Surface Pro 3 represents an innovative product but Microsoft should improve the cooling capacity as many users have complained severe processor and motherboard overheating problems which make the system itself unstable.

Users report that not all Surface Pro 3 models suffer from this problem, the tablets that are attached carry the Intel Core i5 and 7 processors inside, therefore they are the most powerful models. According to the testimonies, the tablet reaches temperatures so high that it is impossible to carry out any operation, it is calculated reaching temperatures up to 92 degrees.

Microsoft has reported that technicians are working to find the cause of both overheating and to compensate those who have suffered the damage, the new Surface Pro 3 is currently only on sale in the American market and is preparing the arrival in Spain, so Europe for August 28th. In short, perhaps Microsoft should leave the traditional war of commercials to Samsung, Apple’s historical rival, and think about improving its products. Microsoft VS Apple: what the commercial doesn’t say …

Source: EGI and Raebo