Microsoft Teams Up With Dell and HP to Bring Surface Pro 3 Tablets to Businesses

This photo taken July 3, 2014 shows a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet computer and a pen that can be used to precisely write on its touchscreen. (PHOTO CREDIT: AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
This photo taken July 3, 2014 shows a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet computer and a pen that can be used to precisely write on its touchscreen. (PHOTO CREDIT: AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Business users looking to by Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 tablet now have a way to purchase the device— from rival PC makers Dell and Hewlett Packard.

The company on Tuesday announced plans to sell its Windows tablet on Dell and HP’s respective online stores in a bid to increase the tablet’s reach in the enterprise market. Dell will begin selling the Surface Pro 3 and its related accessories to enterprise customers in October and will also be offering support, warranty and deployment options for the tablet. HP has not yet announced when it will be selling the device.

Microsoft will also be working with firms Accenture and Avanade to develop enterprise apps for Surface and Windows 10.

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SOURCE: USA Today, Eli Blumenthal

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