Yesterday, my Surface Pro 3 was working great, just as it has been for the last 9 months. It’s not my primary computer, but I basically use it for two things: Drawing cartoons and taking notes in meetings.
(OneNote is a fantastic program, if you’ve never given it a chance. I want so badly to prefer Evernote, but I just can’t.)
I was taking notes in my first meeting of the day when I noticed it didn’t want to scroll. A strange sort of problem, because the pen input worked perfectly, but the touch (ie, finger) input, which one uses to scroll in the virtual notepad, was generally unresponsive, particularly in a roughly 2-inch by 3-inch section square in the center of the touchscreen. Continue Reading