Microsoft to fix Surface Pro 3 heating issues “soon”

Microsoft has gained some decent fame with its launch of the Surface Pro 3. Surely it still hasn’t proven that this tablet is attractive enough to replace the computers and tablets of most of the market, but we do praise the company for doing one of the best jobs we’ve seen. Still, nothing is perfect with these products on the first couple of rounds, and it seems the Surface Pro 3 has some unhappy customers.

Many owners of the Surface Pro 3 in its Core i7 variant have been complaining on the web about the device overheating. Such is the problem that some have even experienced the tablet shutting down completely in order to cool down. Microsoft has just acknowledged this issue and is attributing the cause to the times when you restart the tablet, though they have confirmed that there is a software update coming soon that should fix the problem.

Have you experienced any of these issues with the Surface Pro 3? Make sure you tell us more about it in the comments down bellow.

Source: Neowin
Via: WP Central

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