The Surface Pro 4 is now available to buy, and the company is offering up its most expensive laptop to date.
The new laptop is the Surface Pro 5, and it costs $1,199 (AU$2,799).
If you’re looking to get a decent laptop, it’ll probably cost you less than the Surface 3, but it’s still worth a look.
It’s one of the best laptops we’ve ever tested, with great performance and a sleek design.
It has a 1080p IPS display, but a lot of people prefer a 1440p IPS screen.
The keyboard is also excellent, and has a fantastic feel to it.
But its screen is also pretty good.
It looks great and feels good.
There are a few caveats, though: it doesn’t come with the latest Windows 10, nor the latest version of the Microsoft Office suite.
It doesn’t have a touchscreen, and there’s no USB-C port.
But it does come with a 15-inch Full HD display, which is an upgrade from the 15-point IPS screen that came with the Surface RT.
We’re sure that’s what you want in your next laptop, but if you want a laptop with a 1080-pixel display, the Surface 5 is definitely worth checking out.
The Surface Pros The Surface 4 was Microsoft’s most expensive Windows laptop at $1.199.
It came with a Core i5-7600U processor, 8GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080.
The price tag was $1 (AU $2,399) for the base model, which had a 16GB SSD and a 1080P IPS display.
It also included a USB-A 3.0 Type-C cable and a keyboard cover, and had a 1TB HDD.
The Core i7-7700U was the Surface 4’s top-of-the-line CPU, but this version came with an Intel Core i9-7900X, a quad-core CPU with 4GB of cache and 8GB RAM.
It was also available with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, and was $3,399 (AU £2,999).
The Core X-series processor was the base processor of the Surface Series 4.
It had 2.4GHz, 2GB of DDR4-2666 RAM, 8 GB of RAM with 64GB of flash storage, and 16GB of SSD storage.
It retailed for $1 a month, and comes with a 128-inch (3,920 by 1,280) display.
The base Surface Pro Series 4 had a Core M-series chip, and came with 2GB RAM and 4GB flash storage.
The upgrade to the Core i6-7400U model came with 1TB of RAM and an SSD.
The Series 5 was the Pro Series 5.
It offered 4GB RAM, 1TB RAM, an Intel HD 4000 graphics processor, 128GB flash drive, a full-size USB 3.1 Type-A port, and a full keyboard cover.
It wasn’t available with the Series 5, but was offered with the Pro 4 series.
It costs $2.399 (US £1,799), and came in two configurations: a 128″ model that had 4GB memory and 256GB SSD storage, or an IPS display with a 1440P IPS screen and 128GB of storage.
Both models also included an Intel Wireless Display port, Bluetooth 4.2, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The Pro Series 6 was the Series 6.
It added an Intel Iris Pro Graphics with a 1.6GHz Intel Core M processor, 1GB of GDDR5 RAM, 128 GB SSD storage with Intel IrisPro Graphics 600 GPU, and Thunderbolt 3 wireless connectivity.
The model also came with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.
There were four different models of the Pro 6, including the 128GB model with 4Gb of RAM for $2 a month.
The Iris Pro Series 7 was the same as the Iris Pro series, with an Iris Pro CPU, 128Gb SSD storage for $3 a month; a 256GB model for $4 a month with 256Gb SSD, 256GB of free storage, Bluetooth 3.2 and 802 the 3.3G connection, and Bluetooth 4 with 802.15AC Wi-fi.
The same Thunderbolt 3 connections were also included.
The Model 7 comes with Intel HD Graphics 620, an Nvidia 1050 Ti GPU, 2TB of flash memory, and 1TB SSD.
You can get this model for around $2 per month for a 16-inch display, or $4 per month if you opt for the 256GB display.
You also get a USB Type-a port for charging your laptop, which you can charge with a Qi charger.
It comes with Thunderbolt 4 wireless connectivity, a USB 3 ports, and two USB-c ports.
The models with the Iris series processors and Intel HD graphics were available in three configurations: 256GB for $30