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Surface Pro from Galaxy S3 – A Migration Story

I admit it – I am a tech junkie. This addiction, a point of lots of ribbing by my partner,  holds true for all forms of technology: phones, tablets, laptops, desktops and all types of accessories for them. My latest acquisition of a Surface Pro led to a journey of migration from Android to Windows, with (mostly) success!

A Tale of Tablets

One of my passions has been tablet technology. I’ve owned the following tablets, among others (in no particular order):

  • Blackberry Playbook
  • Nexus 7
  • Surface Pro (first one)
  • Nvidia Shield Tablet
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S1
  • Asus Transformer
  • Asus Vivotab
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 2017

You’ll notice many of these are stylus-included devices. I have sausage-sized fingers and have found I get a better degree of control when using a stylus. No slam on Apple, but I owned the first generation iPod Touch back in ’08 and was not overly impressed with the OS or ecosystem. They are also a combination of various operating systems. Except for the short-lived Playbook, I’ve used Windows and Android-based tablets with abandon!

The most recent transition has been from the beautiful Samsung S3 to the latest Surface Pro from MS. I picked up the S3 after playing with it and the S-Pen for a bit. I was not disappointed in it at all but always missed the ability to work on writing and photo editing using my laptop. I was still walking around with two devices. Not ideal! Continue reading “Surface Pro from Galaxy S3 – A Migration Story”