32 or 64gb version?

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  1. Mr.Dan

    Mr.Dan New Member

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    Hi.. is it worth it to buy 64gb version of Surface? Isnt 32 sufficient? post your experience, please :)
     
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    i normally go for the low or mid point, but this time i went w/ the max and got a 64gb sd card. who knows, maybe i'll use the tablet differently knowing that i have the extra space. and it's a cheap upgrade. w/ a full computer, you often have to pay for a lot more to double the memory....like you can get double the memory, but that model also comes w/ a faster processor so the cost of upgrading is a bit. so i went all out and i don't regret it.
     
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    My take is that with Surface RT and the cloud storage options available 32GB would be plenty. With Surface Pro that would not be as easy.
     
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    Well whether you have 64 or 32 gb the OS will take up space. I prefrence is i won't go anything less then 256 gb.
     
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    Hey, Dude, this was a 3 1/2 year old question. Today, 64GB is the minimum for the Surface 3 and 128GB is currently only $50 more, and you also get twice as much RAM, as well. I recently ordered a 128GB microSD card for only $30, so you can get a Surface 3 with 256GB of combined storage for less than $600.
     
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    To be honest, I see the opening topic as "new" in my RSS reader as well
     
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