Microsoft has confirmed to Neowin it will be working with Chinese retailer Suning to sell its Windows RT-based Surface tablet in 500 of Suning's stores in mainland China and Hong Kong.
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As previously rumored, the large Chinese retailer Suning is now taking pre-orders for the Surface tablet from Microsoft, marking the first exception to Microsoft's plans to sell the tablet itself.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft's upcoming Surface tablet launch may be global after all, with a report stating that the Windows RT device will be sold in China through the Suning retail store chain