Its been a couple months since the release of the Surface Pro 3 in the United States. But, for those outside of the U.S., its been a long few months waiting for the official release. Today, Microsoft has announced that their premier flagship tablet will finally be available in 25 additional markets.
Although Microsoft announced plans for the expanded global release at the top of the month, it still left eager consumers waiting a couple weeks to get their hands on a unit. The Surface Pro 3 has garnered rave reviews due to its thin tablet-esque form-factor and capability to function as a full-blown PC. If you haven't had a chance to get yourself acquainted with the device, you should take a look at our review from a couple months ago.
In addition to the launch of the Surface Pro 3 in 25 new markets, the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station will also be available for pre-order. The dock will be available, in the 25 added markets, on September 12th.
If the mid-range Intel i5 model is not for you, there are also options that can range from an Intel i3 to a beastly i7. You can also unleash the full potential of the tablet as a productivity PC by purchasing the optional Type Cover, that doubles as a screen cover.
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