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Monday, 04 February 2013 09:32

Surface Pro hits Microsoft stores

Written by Fudzilla staff



Redmond’s last chance in tablet space

Microsoft’s Surface Pro has arrived at Microsoft stores and it’s a bit ahead of schedule.

According to CNET, the first units are on display and available for anyone to use. The new tablet will go on sale this Saturday.

CNET’s Brook Crothers says he was impressed by the Pro. It was silky smooth and very snappy, which comes as no surprise since it features an Ivy Bridge processor and fast solid-state storage. Unlike the RT version, the Pro has a 1080p screen and it is apparently very good indeed.

Microsoft store sales reps are already taking reservations for the new tablet, so if you are interested you might want to check it out, provided there’s a Microsoft Store in your town.

More here.

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