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MICROSOFT HOPES “POP UP” STORES
Will help sales pop for new Surface tablet PC

November 05, 2012




The colorful “tiles” of the Windows 8 start screen as seen on the new Windows “Surface” tablet PC. CLICK TO ENLARGE
(NATIONAL) -- Microsoft is sparing no expense to promote its new Surface RT tablet PC which hot stores in late October.

The company is spending more than $1 billion on advertising the Surface and its new operating system, Windows 8, according to a new report by PC World which also notes that Microsoft has “extended its retail reach beyond its existing 34 outlets by opening 30 pop-up stores to sell the Surface through the holidays.”

But Microsoft may have a big hill to climb with Surface, as a recent poll of 1,200 Americans found that 69 percent of those surveyed have no interest in buying a Surface tablet. More than half of the poll’s respondents had never even heard of Windows 8.

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