Why you can not buy better Microsoft Notebook

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People ask the book surface with a 1TB flash drive, if only Microsoft would leave them.
Customers lined up to buy new model of Microsoft Surface book, one with a large flash unit of a terabyte (TB). But there’s a problem. They can not get hold of it or place an order.

In fact, right now, the best consumers can do is request a notification when self-proclaimed “ultimate laptop” Microsoft will be available.

Microsoft began taking pre-orders for the convertible notebook for this notebook in October. The 1TB model should be transported on January 22, 2016.

A spokesman for Microsoft said the units actually have a boat. Well, most of them at least. But now, there is no stock available, due to a higher demand than expected, he said. Microsoft is working to respond to the request as soon as possible, he noted.

Microsoft spokesman did not know whether the lack of flash drives or larger screens (which are very impressive, of course) caused shortages. Or maybe Microsoft is trying to inflate his pent up demand for high-end $ 3,199 model. Your guess is as good as mine.

A buyer would be alerted fortune in question already has a professional surface with 8 GB of RAM; a unit of 512 GB solid state (SSD); and a screen of 12 inches. Their verdict? Not bad, except for the fact that you need more memory, a larger unit, and a larger screen. And you’re willing to pay for it, if only he could.
In his view, the model book surface of a 13-inch screen, 16 GB of RAM and 1TB SSD would be the perfect notebook.

“I really think Microsoft got it right this time,” he said by email. “But I’m still waiting to find out.”

Franchised new book Microsoft Surface Pro and the surface it seems that finally the company has a solid answer to Apple AAPL 2.29%, case popular units and streamlined MacBook Pro and Pro Light tandem with net screens. Oh, and no crapware is generally installed on Windows laptops made by third-party hardware vendors.

But if Microsoft really wants the mind-leader and market share of the industry to steal Apple has to deliver what it promised.