Microsoft Surface 3 4G goes on sale in Australia

By David Flynn , January 5 2016
Microsoft Surface 3 4G goes on sale in Australia

There's finally an Australian release date for the 4G version of Microsoft's Surface 3 tablet, and a price tag to go with it.

The 'when' is 28 January, and the 'how much' is $979 with 128GB of solid state storage preloaded with Windows 10.

That's $140 more than the WiFi-only 128GB model, which isn't a bad deal is you rely on 4G (with a fallback to 3G) for fast almost-anywhere connectivity – just load it up with a SIM card and data plan on your choice of Aussie network, with the option to drop in a local prepaid SIM if you're travelling.

However, you'll still need to shell out a little more if you want the Type Cover keyboard ($180) or Surface Pen ($60).

Oh, and there 'where'? The 4G Surface 3 will be available from the Microsoft Store in Sydney, the online Microsoft Store plus Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi.

Read more: Microsoft Surface 3 – the best tablet for business travellers?

Microsoft is also making its Surface Book laptop (below) more broadly available this month through Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi from 28 January.

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David

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.


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