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Microsoft will pay iPad users at least $200 to switch to Surface
Microsoft will pay iPad users at least $200 to switch to Surface

How badly does Microsoft want customers to switch from an iPad to a Surface tablet? Well, it's now willing to pay them to do it. The Redmond, Wash.-based tech giant has recently rolled out a new promotion that offers customers at least $200 when they go to a Microsoft retail store and trade in their "gently used" iPad. Users can bring an iPad 2 or a third- or fourth-generation iPad that comes complete with its power cord and is still in an acceptable condition to receive a gift card worth the value of the device they turn in, as determined by Microsoft. PHOTOS: Biggest tech flops of 2013 so far The gift card can be applied toward anything at the Microsoft store, but...

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