Fresh shipments of Microsoft's Surface Pro tablets will hit stores later this week.
New stock will arrive at Best Buy, Staples, and Microsoft stores, Panos Panay, who heads the Surface team at Microsoft, tweeted in response to questions during a scheduled winchat today.
"We are shipping more 64gb now to BBY, Staples, MS Store and online. 128gb at BBY and MS Stores by Saturday," he tweeted.
This comes after prospective buyers complained about the supply shortfall.
The 128GB model sold out immediately online at retail stores. And Best Buy in some cases had stock of only a few units, according to many anecdotal accounts.
"Where was the mistake made on estimating demand for the 128gb at launch? Why were there no MS preorders online?," asked one participant today in the winchat.
That question and others like it, however, were basically ignored during the winchat.
The 128GB Surface Pro sold out immediately online and in short order at most Microsoft stores after it went on sale Saturday.
"There continues to be great demand. We're working hard to restock so we can reach as many customers as soon as possible," Panay tweeted today.
Microsoft's tablet is one of the few PC products , if not the only one, in the last few years to spawn lines outside of stores.
The Pro is priced at $899 for the 64GB model and $999 for the 128GB version. More about the specs and pricing here.