Microsoft to sell 256GB Surface Pro in the US, but only through certain resellers (updated)

Microsoft to sell 256GB Surface Pro in US, but supplies are limited

Did you look on Japan with envy as Microsoft launched a 256GB Surface Pro in the country, leaving other countries with modest storage? If you’re American, you won’t have to fret any more: Microsoft has confirmed to Engadget that there will be “limited availability” of the 256GB model in the country through its new commercial reseller program. While the company didn’t say exactly which stores will carry the Surface Pro, Windows Phone Central has already spotted the new version on sale at CDW for $1,200. New orders will still take a few days to ship, but it could be worth the wait for the ultimate version of Microsoft’s official tablet.

Update: Microsoft has clarified its earlier statement in an FAQ — at least at present, you’ll have to be in business, education or the public sector to get the 256GB Surface Pro.

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Via: Windows Phone Central

Source: CDW

By | 2013-07-01T21:00:03+00:00 July 1st, 2013|Android Related|0 Comments

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