Reserver Your Surface Tablet At A Microsoft Store Now

Posted: Oct 19 2012, 8:24am CDT | by , in News | Microsoft Windows

Reserver your Surface Tablet at a Microsoft Store Now

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Microsoft Stores are handing out reservation passes for Microsoft Surface tablets. If you want a Surface RT tablet on launch day, you better head to a Microsoft Store now.

Microsoft will launch Windows 8 and the first Surface tablet on October 26. Microsoft has launched the pre-order for Surface tablets online this week. If you rather want to pick up a Microsoft Surface tablet for Windows 8 RT at a Microsoft store on launch day you better go their now and grab a Surface reservation pass. No down payment required. You just need to show up before noon to make your Surface tablet purchase.

I like that Microsoft is not hoping to create the long line phenomenon that Apple enjoys at their product launches. You should be able to still get the $499 entry level Surface at a Microsoft Store. It is sold out online. I recommend though to get the $599 Surface that includes the touch panel cover.

Via WP Central.

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