Microsoft's Surface Pro commercial has finally aired following blurry-cam footage of it, and we have posted it for you. The commercial is clearly aimed at the corporate market and hopes to win enterprise appeal.
The commercial, which was directed by Jon M. Chu (who directed the Surface with Windows RT commercial and is the director of the upcoming "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" film), primarily showcases the fact that the has a full-sized USB port and features a pen digitizer. Much like Chu's first Surface commercial, the ad features choreographed dancing with the tablet.
Microsoft is hoping that the Pro will be adopted by the enterprise along with Windows 8. The commercial highlights several aspects of both platforms including being touch friendly, supports stylus input, a USB port and the touch/type keyboards.
While it seems that the initial demand for the Pro was high, others have reported that the launch stock of the devices were quite low. Whatever the reason, the Surface Pro has been hard to find for quite a few consumers during the launch weekend which is good news for Microsoft as it means that they were able to clear out the channel in a short period of time.