How do you hold your Surface Pro 3?

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  1. kundas1

    kundas1 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    aaahahahaha I do the same thing! I thought I was the only genius who thought of this set up! also I connect the SP3 to my car stereo and play movies like I was in the cinema and eat popcorn and everything! LOL
     
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    cuzz thats the way we roll fool! :D J/K'ing
     
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    Its likely an subconscious logical decision: The camera and light sensors being on the top with the windows key on the right but I could just be blowing smoke. :)
     
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    Ah..forgot to hook the audio into my car. The front firing speakers were pretty good already, but next time.
     
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    Because I use my Right Thumb to press the Windows Key and it orients the camera correctly....
     
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    I'm right-handed, so I hold it with my left. If the Windows button were on the left, I would be constantly hitting it with my hand.
     
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    I second this! The magnetic strip where the power cover attaches is very strong.

    3rd) The hotter half of the computer is then at the top (the CPU and Fan on on the right hands side in landscape next to the Window Key).
     
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    Use Bluetooth streaming I do in my Ford van :D. I am now using your mounting method now hehe
     
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    When I'm plopped on the couch I hold / rest it in my right hand with the Windows logo on the right in landscape mode. Then I use my right thumb to scroll. Works great for me.
     
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    I only hold mine in portrait mode because if I held mine with both hands in landscape, I always end up touching the start button. I know I can turn off the start button but I don't like turning off things that I would be turning on again afterwards.
     

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