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My SP3 i3 is perfect for me. It has the performance in general browsing and can play FFXIV: HW at a barely playable state.

The only major issue with the SP3 i3 that I can forsee in the future, is another expansion to FFXIV causing me to run out of storage space.
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My SP3 i3 is perfect for me. It has the performance in general browsing and can play FFXIV: HW at a barely playable state.

The only major issue with the SP3 i3 that I can forsee in the future, is another expansion to FFXIV causing me to run out of storage space.

You can use micro-sd card to store stuff.

Then again, there is Black Friday is that right around the corner.
I am getting a bit of impatient, lol.
     
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Excited to try the cheapest SP4 on Best Buy. Can't afford one for another 2 years tho LOL.
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Excited to try the cheapest SP4 on Best Buy. Can't afford one for another 2 years tho LOL.

I really recommend trying out the cheapest i5 SP4 instead if you're into gaming at all. The m3 SP4 has a weaker GPU than the i3 SP3. But if you're not into gaming, the m3 SP4 should be plenty fast enough.

Gaming, i3 SP3 > m4 SP4.
Anything else not heavily using the GPU, m4 SP4 > i3 SP3.
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I really recommend trying out the cheapest i5 SP4 instead if you're into gaming at all. The m3 SP4 has a weaker GPU than the i3 SP3. But if you're not into gaming, the m3 SP4 should be plenty fast enough.

Gaming, i3 SP3 > m4 SP4.
Anything else not heavily using the GPU, m4 SP4 > i3 SP3.

I see.

Hope in 2 years time, the Non Pro S5/S6 would have better than Core M3 performance xD for $ 499

IDK if BB'd let me instlall a game tho. More interested in seeing the pen performance. Not digging the Wacom because it's very inconsistent with my unit, worse with the 100+ points calibration hack.

Not digging they moved back the eraser to the butt tho.
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I really recommend trying out the cheapest i5 SP4 instead if you're into gaming at all. The m3 SP4 has a weaker GPU than the i3 SP3. But if you're not into gaming, the m3 SP4 should be plenty fast enough.

Gaming, i3 SP3 > m4 SP4.
Anything else not heavily using the GPU, m4 SP4 > i3 SP3.
Why do you say that the m3 in the Sp4 has a weaker GPU weaker than an i3 SP3? The M3 has an intel hd 515 chip with 24 execution unit at 300-1000mhz, while the i3 has a hd 4200 with 20 execution units at 200-800mhz. Notebookcheck says that the hd 515 is around the same as a 4400. The GFXbench results for the HD 515 also have it competitive with the HD 4400
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I really recommend trying out the cheapest i5 SP4 instead if you're into gaming at all. The m3 SP4 has a weaker GPU than the i3 SP3. But if you're not into gaming, the m3 SP4 should be plenty fast enough.

Gaming, i3 SP3 > m3 SP4.
Anything else not heavily using the GPU, m3 SP4 > i3 SP3.
Why do you say that the m3 in the Sp4 has a weaker GPU weaker than an i3 SP3? The M3 has an intel hd 515 chip with 24 execution unit at 300-1000mhz, while the i3 has a hd 4200 with 20 execution units at 200-800mhz. Notebookcheck says that the hd 515 is around the same as a 4400. The GFXbench results for the HD 515 also have it competitive with the HD 4400

Either AnandTech is wrong, or I'm wrong. I'll eat it if I'm wrong, but AnandTech says the m3 has 12 EUs.

http://anandtech.com/show/9693/microsoft-announces-the-surface-pro-4-from-900
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Either AnandTech is wrong, or I'm wrong. I'll eat it if I'm wrong, but AnandTech says the m3 has 12 EUs.

http://anandtech.com/show/9693/microsoft-announces-the-surface-pro-4-from-900
I think Anandtech has a typo in that specific article. In an anandtech article from September they themselves list the 515 as having 24 EUs http://www.anandtech.com/show/9582/intel-skylake-mobile-desktop-launch-architecture-analysis/6

Which matches Notebookcheck's info that it has 24 EUs http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-515.149941.0.html
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Either AnandTech is wrong, or I'm wrong. I'll eat it if I'm wrong, but AnandTech says the m3 has 12 EUs.

http://anandtech.com/show/9693/microsoft-announces-the-surface-pro-4-from-900
I think Anandtech has a typo in that specific article. In an anandtech article from September they themselves list the 515 as having 24 EUs http://www.anandtech.com/show/9582/intel-skylake-mobile-desktop-launch-architecture-analysis/6

Which matches Notebookcheck's info that it has 24 EUs http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-515.149941.0.html

Well, then I stand corrected. For all intensive purposes, m3 SP4 > i3 SP3.
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Well, then I stand corrected. For all intensive purposes, m3 SP4 > i3 SP3.

Either way, buying a m3 SP4 for $899 is ridiculous when you could grab SP3 i5 for that same price!
Not to mention, Black Friday is coming up, so the SP3's price will drop a lot. :S

Although I do want the SP4 for performance and features such as magnet that you can attach the new N-Trig Pen on the edge of SP4 unlike SP3.

I was expecting a rechargeable N-Trig Pen rather using battery.
Yeah, it won't last a year, but it definitely would last more than an hour, lol.

By the way, is the new N-Trig Pen that MS announce is backward compatible with S3 and SP3?
     
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