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Blog, Gadgets - Wednesday, January 23, 2013 16:27 - 13 Comments
blog Just a quick note that Microsoft has left Australia off the list of countries which will receive the Surface Pro tablet when it launches in February. It’s no huge surprise, but I know quite a few of those who work in Australia’s IT industry with Microsoft technology will be disappointed by this move; the Surface RT, with its lack of support for traditional Windows desktop apps, hasn’t really sated the desire of some for a solid Windows 8 tablet/laptop combo. Microsoft’s official blog states today:
“Ever since we launched Surface Windows RT late last year, it’s been exciting to see the ongoing customer response to this amazing device. We are also pumped about all the anticipation and excitement in regards to Surface Windows 8 Pro. There have been a tremendous amount of questions to date, and today, I am pleased that we are formally announcing the date of availability. Surface Windows 8 Pro will be available in the U.S. and Canada starting on Feb. 9 through all Microsoft retail stores, microsoftstore.com and at Staples and Best Buy in the U.S. as well as from a number of locations in Canada.”