Microsoft started taking pre-orders for both the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 earlier this week. While there hasn't been as big of an initial rush from consumers to get the company's next generation of tablets compared to the launches of the original Surface RT and Surface Pro, it appears that one of the new products is more popular than the rest.
The Microsoft Store website is currently not accepting any pre-orders for the 512 GB version of the Surface Pro 2. It's possible that the company simply did not make enough of the 512 GB model compared to the other versions in its initial shipment. However, it does seem to show that there is a demand for the version of the Surface Pro 2 with the largest amount of storage, even if it is the most expensive at $1,799.
If you still want to get the 512 GB version, the Best Buy website is still accepting pre-orders for the tablet. Pre-orders should start shipping to customers on October 22nd, which is the same day that the new Surface tablets are scheduled to make their debut on store shelves in 21 markets worldwide.
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