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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Now Available For Pre-Order

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Interested in playing with Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3 laptop-tablet hybrid? If yes, you can pre-order the device now (if no, well, had your coffee?).

You can pre-order the 12-inch Surface Pro 3, Type Cover and Surface Pen in the following markets: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the US and the UK. The super-thin Windows 8.1 device will also be available in China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Taiwan, though folks over there will only be able to order it after a bit of time via Microsoftstore.com, Microsoft retail stores and third-party retailers.

The Surface Pro 3 equipped with Core i5, Type Cover and Surface Pen will first be reaching the hands of folks in Canada and the US starting June 20. The Core i3 and Core i7 versions will only ship in August. By that time, all configurations of the device will be available on sale around the world.

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Links: Surface Blog, Microsoft Store US, UK

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  • nikhil

    The real question is “Has Microsoft finally made a tablet to replace your laptop?”