China has turns its attention to Microsoft Surface Pro Warranty Policy


First it was Apple, now it’s Microsoft turn to face the wrath of the Chinese public. Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft’s after-sales service for its Surface tablet has been heavily criticized by China’s state-owned radio.

The Chines are asking for the Surface Pro to follow the nation’s law requiring notebook computers to have a one-year repair warranty for the whole device and a two-year warranty for main parts, as compared with the company’s one-year pledge for both, according to the report.

Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized to Chinese consumers on recently after stinging attacks from the Chinese media over their warranty policy in the country.



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