Quite how well Microsoft’s third attempt at the Surface is doing still remains a bit of a mystery, but with the Surface Pro 3 it’s believed that the company may actually be onto something this time around. Already available in the United States, Canada and Japan, Microsoft is set to bring its latest tablet to a further 25 markets at the end of this month, making it available to pre-order right now.
If you’re looking to get your hands on a new Surface Pro 3 then you’ll be able to get it via Microsoft’s own online store or a variety of authorized resellers which in reality means just about anywhere that sells computers. You can pre-order one right now, and the Surface Pro 3 will be officially released in those extra 25 countries as of August 28th – three weeks from now.
The 25 new territories in which Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 will be made available are;
- Hong Kong
- the Netherlands
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
We’re willing to bet that the list covers the vast majority of the people reading this, then.
Previous Surface offerings of any guise have been met with a relatively luke-warm response form both technology fans and laymen alike, but this new Surface Pro 3 may be the first that we’d actually buy. Sporting a thinner and lighter frame than its predecessors, the Surface Pro 3 works better as a tablet than in the past while still being usable as a notebook-like device thanks to Microsoft’s fancy new keyboard. If you’re invested in the Microsoft way of life and want a machine that’s super portable and runs Windows then there are plenty of reasons to give the Surface Pro 3 a proper look.
And if you’re in any of the 28 countries where it’ll be available come the end of this month, there’s even more reason to check it out.
Will you be buying a Surface Pro 3 when it ultimately launches in your country? If so, which model will you be going for? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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