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Microsoft's Surface Pro Launch Marred By Supply Shortages

February 10, 2013

What if they threw a product launch and potential customers came -- but the product didn't?

That seems to be what's happened with the 128 GB model Microsoft's Surface Pro, which officially "launched" on February 9.

Microsoft didn't take pre-orders for either the 64 GB or 128 GB Intel-based Surface Pro devices, unlike the case with its previously launched ARM-based Surface RT devices. Because of this, a number of customers planned to go to the closest Microsoft Stores, Best Buys, Staples and Future Shops in the U.S. and Canada

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