Hi, I am new to the forum, but familiar with the Surface 3. I am thinking of buying a Surface 3 and my current idea is to go for the LTE version. For some reason the hotspot function of my Lumia 930 connected with my Asus T100TA isn't as stable as I would hope it to be. (But that's a different matter) Can someone give some insight on the GPS of the Surface 3 LTE? Which chip is used? And especially: how is it performing? I have had an Asus Vivotab RT 3G that had GPS as well. That was nice and all and in the open field staying very still I was able to get a fix on my position in some cases. In a lot of other cases it reverted to the location of the provider of my current internet connection or something like that (hundreds of kilometers off my actual position). Even if I got a fix then getting into the car or train would mean the fix was gone. While my Lumia could maintain my GPS position the entire trip! Apart from that I have seen some people mentioning a GPS dongle. If you use that, does it act as a location provider? What I mean with that is: are all apps that are entitled to use your location then entitled to use that GPS device then? So, opening the maps app would mean it can instantly start and use that GPS device? Thanks!