Microsoft has stated in a post that this tablet hybrid would be available for purchase in these new markets prior to its general availability in the month of September.
As a matter of fact, Microsoft is discontinuing basing the Surface devices on Windows RT and moving towards manufacturing Intel based Surface pro 3 devices. This tablet has reportedly got the best of reviews amongst all Surface devices and the Company has termed it as a computer that can be a substitute to a traditional laptop.
The screen size of the tablet hybrid is 12 inches with a resolution of 2160 x 1440. Its battery supports up to 9 hours of internet browsing and its powered by the 4th generation Intel core processor. The dimensions of the tablet are 11.5 x 7.93 x 0.36 inches. It is pretty light weight and sports a versatile form.
Microsoft has kept the starting range of the series equivalent to $799.00.
To conclude, the surface project has proved to be a costly affair for the Company, however the launch in these new markets ignites the hope of pushing up the revenue. New Zealand is going to be the first country for its launch followed by others.