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TechBytes: Microsoft Surface Tablet Sells Out

High demand results in sold-out pre-orders of new tablet.
10/22/2012

Transcript for TechBytes: Microsoft Surface Tablet Sells Out

In today's tech by its big advance sales for the Microsoft surface all three models of -- tablet are sold out online but you may be able to get one at a new Microsoft. Pop up store Friday. The company... See More
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