Microsoft has started to tease its forthcoming Surface tablet by listing the device on several product pages.
Product sites for the United States (opens in new tab), the United Kingdom (opens in new tab), France (opens in new tab), Italy (opens in new tab) and Germany (opens in new tab) all showcase the Windows 8-powered tablet as an item under the product category.
However, when clicking on the link for Surface, visitors will be directed towards the U.S. page for the tablet. The page does, though, state that the tablet is "coming soon".
Unfortunately for those interested in the tablet, Microsoft has remained tight-lipped on details about Surface ever since its announcement. That said, with Windows 8 due to launch on October 26, the firm confirmed back in July that the device would launch during the same time-frame.
As for the tablet's price, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had recently stressed that Surface would possibly launch with a price tag between $300 and $800. While that's a considerable gap, we should know the final pricing within a matter of weeks.