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Microsoft Surface Goes Down Under.
Microsoft has expanded the availability of its first example of surface computing product to customers in Australia. The Redmond company indicated that widespread interest in the tabletop computer from companies and organizations down under had been a catalyst for commercial availability of Microsoft Surface on the third continent since the product was introduced. Ahead of the Australian GA announced on February 9th, 2010, Microsoft Surface could only be acquired by customers in the United States and in Europe.However, just as is the case in the rest of the world, Microsoft Surface is only offered to business customers in Australia, such as Curtin University and ANZ bank
Microsoft Surface Goes Down Under - Now commercially available in Australia - Softpedia
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