Surface lets users control their computer using hand movements and gestures on a large touch-screen, and was previously available only in the US and Canada. It is now available in the UK, as well as other EMEA countries such as France, Germany, Ireland, Sweden and the United Arab Emirates.
Microsoft said that it was responding to calls from enterprises looking to use the tool as a means of impressing customers and potential clients.
"Since our initial launch of Microsoft Surface, we have received an overwhelming response from companies worldwide looking for innovative ways to engage with their customers, and developers who want to create applications that were not possible with other technologies," said Panos Panay, general manager of Microsoft Surface.
"We are excited to be entering into these new markets with partners who have already begun exploring the many possibilities of Microsoft Surface locally."
Microsoft also announced a partner ecosystem for Surface, including a number of companies hungry to provide complementary enterprise applications and solutions for the platform.
Microsoft will demonstrate further Surface solutions this Wednesday at the CeBIT event, which is being held in Hanover.
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