Microsoft has revealed plans to sell the Surface line of tablet, laptop, and desktop computers, as well as Surface Book laptop and Surface Pro desktop computers.
The company has revealed that it will be selling its Surface line for $899 and $1,399, respectively.
The Surface tablet is a premium-priced Windows 10 device that has a larger screen, larger battery, and is made from a plastic casing.
It comes with a keyboard, a trackpad, and a mouse, and it has a USB Type-C port and a MicroSD slot for storage.
The Surface Book is a lower-priced Surface with a smaller screen, a slightly smaller battery, a smaller battery capacity, and no trackpad.
The Pro 4 and Surface Dock are higher-end laptops with a bigger screen, slightly larger battery capacity (the Pro 4 will ship with a 15-inch screen), and a trackpoint for a more precise touchpad.
Microsoft announced the Surface Pro line of laptops in January, and the Surface Book and Pro 4 are the company’s most affordable devices.
The first two Surface Pro laptops are still available for purchase, but they have not sold well.
The $1.3 million Surface Book has been on Amazon for several weeks now.
The next wave of Surface Pro devices will be sold in August, when the company will offer a full line of 12-inch tablets.
Microsoft is still working on pricing for its Pro 4 machines, and we expect the pricing to be in the $2,399 range.
The remaining devices in the Pro line will sell for about $1 per month.
Microsoft is also working on the Surface Studio, a tablet that is supposed to be a replacement for the Surface Pros.
It’s still in its early stages, and Microsoft says that the Studio is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The Studio will include an Intel Core i5-4210U processor with 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 1TB HDD, a 4.7-inch 1080p touchscreen display, and an integrated webcam.
Microsoft has not released any images of the Studio.