Surface Pro 3 with 128GB of storage, powered by the Intel Core i7, is temporarily sold out in many stores

Surface Pro 3 with 128GB of storage, powered by the Intel Core i7, is temporarily sold out in many stores
Consumers can't get enough of the 128GB version of the Surface Pro 3 tablet powered by the Intel Core i7 chipset. This version of the tablet is temporarily sold out in most stores, and has been removed from Microsoft's online store. Microsoft says that it is working tirelessly to get this version of the Surface Pro 3 back on store shelves.

While Best Buy's online store still shows the tablet listed with a price of $1149, the model offered by the big box retailer has Windows 8.1 pre-installed. Microsoft has started selling Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3 slates powered by Windows 10. The Surface Pro 3 offers a 12-inch screen with a 1440 x 2160 resolution. This works out to a resolution of 216ppi.

The sold out tablet comes with 8GB of RAM and there is a microSD slot on board for those who will need additional storage. The slate has a 5MP camera in back and another 5MP snapper in front.

Microsoft hasn't said when we might see the tablet return. In the meantime, you can still buy a Windows 10 version of the Surface Pro 3 stuffed with 128GB of internal memory, and powered by the Core i5 chip instead of the Core i7. That slate is offered by Microsoft for $899.

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source: MicrosoftStore, BestBuy via WindowsCentral

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Surface Pro 3
  • Display 12.0 inches 1440 x 2160 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera) 5 MP front
  • Hardware Intel Core i7 8GB RAM
  • Storage 512GB, microSDHC
  • OS Windows 8.1 Pro

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