Microsoft has put out a new video on its Surface YouTube channel that highlights the lapability of the new Pro 3. The video is 30 seconds long but it doesn't quite have that traditional Microsoft polish to it that we are used to seeing with these types of videos.
We performed our own lapability test when the Pro 3 was launched in the back of a cramped airplane and came away noting the marked improvements over the Surface 2. Sure, the device is still not perfect on your lap but it has improved its ergonomics over prior generations.
Microsoft has been the creator of lapability as this idea was never a benchmark prior to the Surface being introduced several years ago. Panos coined the term at the launch of the Surface 2 and Pro 2 back in October and since then, this has become a focal point for the device.
For those of you have a Surface Pro 3, expect Microsoft to push out a few enhancements next week when 'Patch Tuesday' arrives.