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November 2016 

Hello Valued Client,

This month, we are focusing on the topic of mobility. One of the best tools I use to stay mobile in the workplace is my Surface Pro. Having used one for some time now, I have come to love and depend on the features, accessories, and mobility aspects.

Being involved in many different meetings throughout the day, I have the need to take an abundant amount of notes. My Surface Pro allows me to not only write directly on the screen with the Surface Pen, but also cut, paste, and organize my notes with ease.

The features that I find work well include the light, compact weight of the Surface, the long-life battery that allows me to work my entire day with the device without having to charge it, and the fact that I can lean my hand on the screen while writing.

If you are looking for a way to stay mobile in the workplace, contact us today about what the Surface Pro can do for you! It is a product I personally recommend.

Best Regards,
Tom Montgomery
tmontgomery@coretech.us
                             

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