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Sell Microsoft Surface Pro 6 m3
The Microsoft Surface Pro has long been the gold standard for detachable 2-in-1 devices (tablet-laptop), but one factor has kept it from competing with the best full-fledged laptops: a short battery life. Understandably, it isn't easy to get a lot of oomph out of such a slim device. However, Microsoft seems to be pushing the ante with the battery run time as the Surface Pro 6 m3 has fairly impressive battery life.
Independent battery tests show that the new Surface Pro 6 (starting at $799, $1,428.98 as tested) outlasts its predecessor by nearly 2 hours while delivering significantly more speed thanks to its next-gen processors. In this article, we review the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 M3, a 6th gen processor fused with 4GB RAM and 129GB ROM.
At the time of release, the Surface Pro 6 m3 was respectable, but in 2021, the Surface Pro 6 M3 is outdated. If you live in the US, there are countless opportunities to own next-gen devices. You can sell or swap your Surface Pro 6 M3 or any Surface device to get a recent Surface Pro on Gizmogo.
Design info: If you've seen the Pro 4 or earlier models, you will agree that the design of the Surface Pro 6 follows in the footsteps of previous models. However, Microsoft made a few tweaks to justify the brand new tag. From the perspective of improvement, the Surface Pro has a spectacular design and build. Perhaps it is so good that Microsoft has decided to retain the design.
As expected, the device has a kickstand that can be extended 165 degrees. With the kickstand, you can use the Surface Pro 6 M3 in three modes: tablet, laptop, and studio.
The kickstand is easy to use and serves its purpose in any mode. If you opt for a black-colored variant, you'd appreciate the device's fingerprint-resistant finish.
The device is easy to grip, thanks to the somewhat chunky bezels surrounding the display. We would have preferred if the bezels were thinner to meet modern standards.
Consumers won't get a Type-C USB port this time around, which is quite disappointing. It seems Microsoft wants to stick with its proprietary connector. We would have to wait for another Surface Pro to confirm.
Moving on, the Surface Pro 6's two front-firing speakers produce loud and clear audio. You would enjoy playing music with those speakers. The sound is clear, and the bass loud enough to fill a room.
As is custom, the device comes with a Surface pen. This time, the Surface pen has 4,096 levels of sensitivity and a rubber eraser on the back. Writing, drawing, and basic navigation are accessible with the pen.
Storage info: The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 M3 storage device is a Samsung 128 GB SSD. The storage is paired with 4GB RAM; together, they make the device move swiftly, although not as fast as the Core i5 and Core i7 variants.
Size and weight info: The Surface Pro 6 m3 weighs only 1.7 pounds as a tablet and 2.4 pounds with the keyboard attached.
If you're interested, you can sell your Surface Pro 6 m3 or swap for another device on Gizmogo – it takes 3 steps to complete the process and about 48 hours to get payment or cash.
Display info: The Surface Pro 6's 12.3-inch PixelSense display is one of the best you'll find on a 2-in-1. At 2736 x 1824 pixels, this panel is not only sharp but also bright and colorful.
You would enjoy watching videos, playing games, or interacting with media on the device. The screen is sharp from multiple angles, so it is great for family or group viewing.
Camera info: The Surface Pro 6 m3 is equipped with an 8-MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. The cameras are suitable for purpose but don't expect the sharpest photos. If you need a dedicated photography device, consider getting a smartphone.
Videography: The rear camera can shoot 1080p Full HD videos, while the front camera can record 1080p HD videos. Again, don't expect the sharpest videos; however, the quality is decent enough for use.
Water-resistance info: The device is not water-resistant.
Chip info: The Core m3 in the Surface Pro 6 is an Intel Kaby Lake SoC with an extremely efficient dual-core processor (TDP: 4.5 watts). As a result, this processor is ideal for tablets and passively cooled laptops. Both processing cores have a 1.0 GHz base clock that can be increased to 2.6 GHz (Turbo). The Intel Core m3 7Y30 is no match for the much faster Intel Core i5 and Core i7 models. However, its multi-core performance is sufficient to place it in the middle of the pack in Cinebench R15.
Battery info: Without a doubt, the Surface Pro 6's improved endurance is its best feature. Independent tests peg the run time at a solid 9 hours. You can get more or less juice depending on the use intensity.
Compared to its direct competition, the Surface Pro 6 m3 measures well, although it stills falls short of the Galaxy Tab S4's 9:34 hours runtime and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro's incredible 13 hours and 14 minutes.
Regardless, the Surface Pro 6 m3 holds its own admirably. You can bank on the device to get you through a workday on a single charge. And if you consider yourself an intensive user, you only need a small recharge to get things going.
Take advantage of Gizmogo's Microsoft Surface Pro 6 deals to sell or swap for an upgrade.
You can exchange your Microsoft Surface Pro 6 m3 for another device on Gizmogo. To start, search our catalog for a device you want. Next, use the selling page to get an offer for your old device and send us the details. You may need to pay a balance to cover the difference between your device and the new device or vice versa.
If you want cash for your Microsoft Surface Pro 6 m3, you can get that on Gizmogo. Simply visit the "sell Microsoft Surface Pro 6 m3" page to get an offer for your device.