You might remember that we reported about a Japan exclusive Microsoft Surface Pro with a 256 GB SSD a few weeks ago. While the product has still not shown up on Microsoft’s own web store, it has shown up on CDW.com for $1,199.
By what we can tell, this isn’t a Japanese export, but an actual North American model with one year of hardware support from Microsoft. CDW has always been a large technology provider for enterprise customers and we wouldn’t be surprised if they pulled the trigger a bit early on launching their web page.
The advertised Surface Pro has an Intel Core i5 CPU, 4 GB of RAM, a 1080p multi-touch display, and of course – a 256 GB SSD.
We will keep you up to date as more information about the 256 Surface Pro for North American and Europe arises.
Are any of our readers interested in a 256 GB Surface Pro? Do you think $1,200 is a good price or a complete turn off – let us know in the comments below.
Source: CDW, Thanks to Zack for the tip!
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