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Surface Pro 3 gets big commitments from big businesses

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    Surface Pro 3 gets big commitments from big businesses


    Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 is an impressive device, enough so that a number of big businesses have committed to purchasing the tablet. Microsoft today revealed that Coca-Cola, Louis Vuitton, and BMW will all be deploying the Surface Pro 3 in their organizations, with many using it to replace traditional laptops.
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    i bet they are getting it at a reduced price
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    You always get a discount when you buy in large quantities. When I buy 5-10 laptops at a time, I get a better deal than when I buy 1 of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robinb9 View Post
    i bet they are getting it at a reduced price
    Oh I get it..... hhahaha,,,


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Surface Pro 3 gets big commitments from big businesses
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