Microsoft says Surface Pro 4 drought due to high demand

Doug Woodburn
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Resellers still struggling to get hands on i7 versions three months after launch

Microsoft says it is experiencing "exceptional demand" for its Surface Pro 4 as shortages of some configurations persist three months after launch. A month after the stock drought was first high...

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