Just a quick note to let everyone know that I’ve been accepted into Microsoft Surface reseller program, so I can now supply the full range of Microsoft Surface devices! I’m very excited about this – it’s something that I’ve been working towards for a while.
The Surface family includes:
Surface Pro 4
The original Surface convertible tablet computer. Detach the keyboard and use it as a tablet to take notes, etc. Connect it to the Surface Dock on your desk to instantly connect to external keyboard, mouse, dual monitors, and other accessories.
More info: http://bit.ly/2qb2CNA
The latest Surface release. These would be a great alternative for Dell XPS13 laptops at a comparable price point. Very thin-and-light design, HD touchscreen, Windows Hello (for facial recognition logon) – I think a LOT of people are going to really like these. Currently available for pre-order, that’s how new they are.
Introduction Video :
More info: http://bit.ly/2rN4YT0
Microsoft’s high-end desktop workstation aimed at creative designers or people who just want the best. Expensive, but fancy and beautiful. Very fast. Huge high-def touchscreen. The display tilts down to act as a drafting desk. Everyone who sees one, wants one (myself included).
More info: http://bit.ly/2q52BPh
A convertible laptop, where the display detaches to be used as a tablet, or connects to the keyboard base for extra battery capacity and performance. Perfect for people who like the flexibility of a tablet PC, but prefer the standard laptop style the rest of the time. Higher-specced and higher-priced than the SP4 or Surface Laptop.
More info: http://bit.ly/2q4ZeYu
Large wall-mounted Skype-for-business video-conferencing and collaboration systems.
Only pretty new, and require a significant investment. But they are REALLY impressive. Not something that would be appropriate for most small-medium businesses – there are other video conferencing systems that integrate with Skype For Business at much lower price points. That said, if you want the best of the best, these are certainly right up there. There’s a lot of other advantages to these units, so if they are something that you might be interested in, please get in touch and we can discuss your particular requirements.
More info: http://bit.ly/2q4ID7g
As well as the devices, I can also supply the full range of Surface accessories. Replacement Surface pens, the Surface Dock, Surface-branded keyboards and mice, etc.
In addition, I can ensure that your new devices are protected and covered by the Microsoft Complete For Business protection policy, offering up to 4 years’ insurance against manufacturing defects, spills, or accidental drops. This is a really great program, as repair costs for Surface devices can be quite steep and generally mean that you have to live without your device while it’s away being fixed. The Microsoft Complete For Business program provides for advanced shipping of your replacement device within 3-5 business days, so you can swap off your broken device directly to the replacement without any downtime.
If you have a Surface, I really can’t recommend this highly enough. I’ve dropped my SP4 and shattered the screen before, and it’s an expensive (and time-consuming) fix.
As everyone knows, I love my Surface Pro – it’s the cornerstone of my business and really empowers me to work from anywhere in the country/world. I’m really excited to be able to supply these to my clients now, either standalone or integrated into a bigger technology transformation project.
If you’d like to find out any more details about any of the Surface products, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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