Microsoft expands availability of Microsoft Surface RT and Microsoft Surface Pro

Microsoft expands availability of Microsoft Surface RT and Microsoft Surface Pro
Microsoft has announced that it will start expanding the availability of its Microsoft Surface RT and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets to other countries around the world. The Microsoft Surface RT, which is an ARM supported slate that competes with traditional tablets like the Apple iPad and Android models, will soon be found in Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan. Two weeks ago, Microsoft expanded the availability of the tablet by putting it on sale in 13 other countries.

The Redmond based manufacturer is also planning on making its Microsoft Surface Pro available in more countries world-wide. The locations include Australia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The Microsoft Surface Pro is an Intel powered tablet that allows you to use your legacy apps from the desktop box in your office, and is designed for business users. The tablet recently enjoyed a strong launch in the U.S.

The Microsoft Surface RT and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets should both be rolling out in the above mentioned countries sometime later this month.

source: Microsoft, MicrosoftNews via WMPoweruser

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Surface Pro
  • Display 10.6 inches 1080 x 1920 pixels
  • Camera 1 MP (Single camera) front
  • Hardware Intel Core i5 RAM
  • Storage 64GB, microSDXC
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Surface RT
  • Display 10.6 inches 768 x 1366 pixels
  • Camera 1 MP (Single camera) front
  • Hardware NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30 2GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
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