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The Microsoft Surface Book is completely sold out

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Oct 2015 12:02 User comments (3)

The Microsoft Surface Book is completely sold out Last week, Microsoft surprised fans by revealing a gorgeous new reference notebook, the Surface Book.
It seems that Microsoft's new laptop has some serious fans, as all models have sold out in Microsoft's pre-order period. That is certainly interesting since the notebook retails for $1499 to $2899, in-line with the MacBook Pro, which is generally considered very expensive.

Of course, selling out does not suggest how much inventory Microsoft had to begin with, but as always, selling out is surely the preferred route for any company.

The Surface Book is set for release on October 26th.

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3 user comments

115.10.2015 2:06

Actually, pricing ranges from $1499 to $2699. And the most expensive models sold out first.

I pre-ordered one before they sold out. I tried it in my local MS Store, and these are pretty amazing devices. Microsoft has raised the bar with these devices. For the first time in a long time, I'm hearing a lot of people talking about upgrading their laptop even if their existing laptop is still working well, just because they are excited about a new device that has hit the market.

216.10.2015 0:06

Originally posted by SoTired:
Actually, pricing ranges from $1499 to $2699. And the most expensive models sold out first.

I pre-ordered one before they sold out. I tried it in my local MS Store, and these are pretty amazing devices. Microsoft has raised the bar with these devices. For the first time in a long time, I'm hearing a lot of people talking about upgrading their laptop even if their existing laptop is still working well, just because they are excited about a new device that has hit the market.
Going to wait until I can get it for $1100 or so (could be a while) but I am also very excited for it.


317.10.2015 18:30

Actually, the most recent top version is $3199 (i7/1 TB SSD/16 GB RAM/discrete GPU) >.> ...

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