In a traditionally cryptic manner, Microsoft recently implied its largest tablet, pardon, laptop replacement to date, the Surface Pro 3, was the line’s bestseller through its first month on the market.
That didn’t really mean a whole lot though without actual numbers to back up the claims and especially as the 12 incher was only available stateside and in Canada at that point in merely a couple of Intel Core i5 configurations.
In the meantime, the Surface Pro 3 landed in Japan, as well as North America in additional i3 and i7 flavors, and today it sees daylight at last worldwide. Well, not exactly worldwide, but 28 markets sounds much better than 3.
You can find a retailer or reseller near you on Microsoft’s dedicated webpages here and here, but first, make sure your country of residence is on the following list: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom, the United States.
The best news of all is the trio of Surface Pro 3 models should be up for grabs already from Paris to Berlin and Sydney to Beijing, whereas dedicated docking stations start shipping September 12 after a short pre-order period kicked into gear earlier today.
Remember, pricing can (considerably) differ from region to region, with Americans the most privileged of all, as their cheapest, Intel i3-powered Microsoft Surface Pro 3 costs $799. Even less for students.
Via [Surface Blog]