Surface 3 debuted in May 2015 and contained significant changes from the other Surface products before it. For one, Surface 3 comes with a full operating system, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. It also has an x86 processor (Intel® Quad Core Atom) that is present in most personal computers, desktop or laptop.
These properties enable Surface 3 to work more as a personal computer rather than as a traditional tablet. With its 10-point touch-screen display and kickstand, this Surface supports a stylus (Surface Pen) and keyboard and protective covering (Type Cover). As one can expect from a laptop, Surface 3 features a full-fledged USB port, a Mini DisplayPort, and a headset jack, among others.
Microsoft discontinued the production of Surface 3 in late 2016 with support for the product you can check at the official website.