Microsoft Surface Pro 3 teardown reveals…

The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is a Surface-series Windows 8.1 tablet. Making its initial debut in May 2014, the first models began shipping on June 20, 2014.

The Surface Pro 3 features a 4th generation Intel Core processor, 12-inch display, multi-stage kickstand, redesigned type cover and a battery-powered Bluetooth pen.

Recently, the iFixit crew conducted a detailed teardown of Microsoft’s latest tablet, finding Atmel’s AT24C16 two-wire serial EEPROM, as well as Atmel’s UC256L3U 256KB Flash, 32-bit AVR microcontroller.

Interested in learning more about Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3? You can check out the tablet’s official product page here and iFixit’s full teardown here.

Readers may also want to check out some other recent teardowns featuring Atmel components, including the Narrative, Xiaomi MiPad and the Black & Decker Gyro screwdriver.

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