About a week back Microsoft announced the first laptop that it has ever made, the Microsoft Surface Book, it’s a Windows 10 powerhouse with great specifications and a great design. The Surface Book has got people talking again about Microsoft’s hardware prowess, there’s substantial consumer interest in the product too, evident from the fact that a few days back the most expensive configuration of Surface Book sold out. Now it appears that all configurations of the Surface Book have been sold out and are no longer available for pre-order through Microsoft Store.

Microsoft appears to have stopped taking pre-orders for the Surface Book temporarily, customers can choose the “email me when available” option to be notified when the configuration that they want is available once again.

The first to sell out was the most expensive version, the top that features a Core i7 processor with 512GB onboard storage and a massive 16GB of RAM for $2,699. Even though the other configurations might still be available from third-party retailers like Amazon, the most expensive one has sold out there as well.

Microsoft has revealed to the media that interest and demand for its first laptop has turned out to be higher than expected, so even if the company’s first production run didn’t contain a large number of units for fears of having too many on hand, it looks like Microsoft may have to ramp up production of the Surface Book just to be able to meet demand. In all honesty that’s not a bad problem to have.

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