Microsoft Brings the Surface Tablet to Taiwan

In an attempt to boost less the stellar sales, Microsoft's Surface RT and Surface Pro tablet computers will be available in Taiwan beginning August 4th.  The two Microsoft Windows driven devices with their 10.6 inch displays and removable keyboards will be released starting at 12 noon, local time in over 100 stores owned by only two of China’s largest electronics chains,  Tsann Kuen Enterprise Company, and Fayaque Company. No pricing details are available at this time.  Click here to read the full story.


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