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Microsoft reported healthy profits and revenue for its second fiscal quarter, fueled by unexpectedly high Surface demand that is pushing Windows to the side. But Windows could rebound if chipmakers would just make enough processors, execs said.
Microsoft promised that the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 would be priced starting at $899 and $999. But the only way to buy those configurations is through an "Essentials" bundle, which actually forces you to pay more.
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