Special Surface Offer for TechEd Attendees

by Volker Weber

As loyal members of the Microsoft family, we are excited to provide TechEd North America 2013 attendees a special offer on Surface. This offer will allow each of you to get your hands on one or both Surface devices   and, when it becomes available, update them to Windows 8.1 Preview to test drive it on these great tablets.

- Surface RT 64GB with touch cover bundle for $99.99 USD
- Surface Pro 128GB standalone for $399.99 USD

This offer ends today!

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Man musste zwar ca. 45 Minuten anstehen, aber das Angebot war wirklich unschlagbar gut, u.a. weil der Preis für beide zusammen noch knapp unter des EU Einfuhrlimits lag - US üblich kommt die Steuer (ca. 6%) noch drauf. Interessant: Microsoft Mitarbeiter durften die Geräte nicht erwerben.
Zudem fand ich es sehr gut, dass sichergestellt war, dass wirklich jeder ein Gerät erwerben konnte - es hieß, dass ca. 22.000 Geräte auf Lager seien. Das hat sicher allerdings erst am Montag rumgesprochen. Davor war die Schlange noch ca. 2-3 Stunden lang.
Das Pro hat am Netzteil ein Kabel mit Kleingerätestecker (IEC-60320-C7), so dass man es in Deutschland auch ohne Adapter betreiben kann. Beim Surface RT wird man um einen Adapter allerdings nicht herumkommen.

Tobias Zuegel, 2013-06-08 12:42

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