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November 14, 2012

California Lawyer Claims Microsoft Surface Has Less Storage Than Company Claims

By Ed Silverstein, TMCnet Contributor

A California lawyer is trying to turn his lawsuit against Microsoft (News - Alert) into a class action after he determined that his new Microsoft Surface has less storage than the company claimed in an ad.

The Associated Press first reported that Andrew Sokolowski purchased a Surface with 32 gigabytes of storage. After adding in music and Word documents, he found he ran out of space.

In fact, about half of the 32GB storage space was taken up by an operating system and pre-installed apps, the lawyer claims.

The 32GB Surface has 16GB of free space, and the 64GB version of 45GB of free space, The AP quoted from the Microsoft website as of Wednesday... Read More

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