Surface Pro available in the U.S., Canada and China. On Friday, the tablet will go on sale in Hong Kong and on the 23rd of May it will be available in UK.
The Microsoft Surface Pro tablet will go on sale in the United Kingdom starting from the 23rd of May. It seems that the availability of this Windows 8 based Surface Pro tablet will be very limited. Consumers planning to get one might have to hurry up in order to ensure they get one before the stock is over.
If you are interested in buying the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet, the device will only be available for purchase at the Microsoft Store UK website. Its no use trying to find it at any of the retail stores in your area. Of course, Microsoft might have a change in plan, but at least as of now, the tablet will only be available for purchase from the internet.
Although Microsoft has not given out the official prices, but according to Engadget, the 64GB Microsoft Surface Pro will be priced at £719 whereas the 128GB Microsoft Surface Pro will be priced at £799. Let me tell you that these prices exclude the optional Touch and Type Covers which by themselves are costly enough, costing £99 and £109 respectively.
Microsoft is on a roll and the Surface Pro tablet is spreading all over the world in a slow and steady manner. The tablet is already available in countries which include U.S., Canada and China. On Friday, the tablet will go on sale in Hong Kong and on the 23rd of May it will be available in UK.
It is also being said that by the end of May, the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet will be available in a number of countries including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
And finally, by the end of June the device will also be available in Korea, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, and Thailand.