Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface Now Available for Pre-order!

Today we are excited to announce that the next generation of Surface, the Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface, is now available for pre-order through Samsung resellers in 23 countries worldwide, including the United States. Automotive, education, finance, healthcare, hospitality, and retail are just some of the industries that will soon be able to take advantage of Samsung SUR40’s PixelSense technology, new, sleeker form factor and horizontal and vertical orientation options. Many new and existing customers, such as Dassault Aviation, Fujifilm Corp. and Royal Bank of Canada, have big plans for the Samsung SUR40 and are preparing to deploy units in locations early next year.

Countries eligible to pre-order the Samsung SUR40 include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Korea, the Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States. Stay tuned for product availability in additional markets coming soon. Check out Microsoft News Center for more information about the pre-order announcement. For details on how to pre-order the product, please visit the Samsung website at

Comments (16)

  1. Mark Hopkins says:


  2. ted says:

    why would you want this heap 'o junk?

  3. Kevin Francis says:

    Awesome news.  Congradulations to the team!  At Object we've been along the journey right from the start and know full well the work that has gone into getting to this point and the potential for SUR40 and the next generation of Surface.  This will open the door to a new wave of innovation.

  4. Gilbok Lee says:

    I already ordered it. I can't wait now.

  5. Missing says:

    And where is Finland? Can't buy..

  6. Luis Cabrera says:

    Congrats Gilbok! Nice to see you here.

  7. Johnny Bravo says:

    Why they put tablelegs on a tv?

  8. A.Gai says:

    Whats it cost?

  9. Lyrinda says:

    Where's the plug?  The power can't be wireless!

  10. Paul says:

    Where's the wires?

    How do you plug it in?

  11. Huh? says:

    @ $8400 (without the legs), this will only be for corporations, not the general populace. My question is, why would I want "Embedded Windows 7 Pro" when Win8 will be out soon (which seems to be a perfect match for this device)?

  12. Dexter says:

    How can I get this? I'm from Malaysia.

  13. Daniel Harris says:

    Surface is really impressive, and very useful. But will we ever see it being affordable for consumers or smaller businesses?

    It's been around for what feels like a long time. Would love one for at home, or even a smaller version designed to be placed on top of your desk.

  14. Charlie says:

    I want a coffee table surface… I want to fling video and pictures from the tabletop to the TV and I want to play videos or control the home multi-zone audio systems from the thing…  It could be AWESOME in a home environment… but it needs to be closer to 4,000….  not more than double that.

  15. Gilbok Lee says:

    Finally, I got 4 Microsoft Surface2 devices yesterday in Korea. It seems to be more stable than before. I like it.

  16. Andy L. says:

    Apparently, according to another site you are looking at £7,500 without the legs! Sorry but if that included the legs AND delivery it is still £4,500 too expensive for what it is (a highly accurate multi-touch screen with integrated £400 PC).

    Nice kit though – if I won lotto tomorrow I would still grab and hire a coder in a flash!

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