If you've been holding on tight in anticipation for a Surface Studio release outside of the U.S., you're now in luck. Microsoft announced today that Surface Studio is now available in 13 new markets, allowing even more people around the globe to get their hands on the impressive — and pricey — piece of hardware.
Starting today, you can pick up a Surface Studio in the following markets:
- Hong Kong
Given Surface Studio made its debut and subsequent launch in late 2016, it's a good sign to see it making its way to other markets around the world. The release also comes alongside the launch of the new Surface Pro and Surface Laptop in 25 markets around the world. You could say it's kind of a big day for Surface fans.
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