Microsoft is set to release the new Surface Pro 4 with the most advanced keyboard and touchpad on the market, and it’s designed to be an upgrade for everyone, from users looking for a desktop replacement to the pros.
As the company works to get the Surface Pro 3 to its next generation of hardware, the company has released new software that makes it easier to install and use Windows 10 on the Surface 4 and Surface Pro.
Microsoft will also offer the Surface Mini 3 and Surface Mini 4 in its Windows 10 Pro bundle.
For those of you who want a more affordable option, the Surface Laptop will come in at $1,199 for the 12-inch version or $1 $1 more for the 15-inch.
It comes with an Intel Core i5-4200U, 16GB RAM, a 1TB hard drive and a 1,400 mAh battery.
The 12- and 15-in.
versions are also available in a 128GB version for $1 less, but you can get both versions at the same time for $2,199 and $2 $2 more.
The Surface Laptops and the Surface Pen can both be purchased with either a Windows 10 Home license or a Windows Insider license.
There’s also a Surface Pro Lite version, which can be preordered starting at $3,799.
That’s a tad more expensive than the Surface 3 but still quite a good value for those looking to upgrade.
Microsoft is also giving away the Surface RT for $599 and the new iPad Pro for $699.
These bundles will be available to preorder starting at 7 a.m.
PT on March 13 and will ship on March 14.