Microsoft is getting ready to release the Surface Pro 4 tablet and the Surface Book 3, the company’s new Surface Pro laptop, which have a range of screen sizes and a new Intel Core i5 processor.
The Surface Pro 5, which has a more powerful Core i7 processor, is expected to launch later this year, according to The Verge.
The Surface Pro 6 is expected later this summer.
While the Surface Pen, a stylus that plugs into the Surface Dock, is the most significant new feature, it’s still a smaller tablet compared to the Surface line.
It has a 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, and is powered by Intel’s upcoming Atom processors.
It’s also the first tablet with a 4K display.
The device comes with a 256GB SSD, 128GB SSD and 2TB PCIe SSD.
The new Surface Pen comes with Microsoft’s new Signature Signature Pen technology, which is designed to help users achieve a better handwriting experience, while the new Surface Book 2 comes with its own signature pen.
Microsoft says it will sell both the Surface 4 Pro, which launched last month, and the new devices in a variety of colors, including a white, silver and red.
The company is also selling a few Surface Pro devices in white, gold and blue.
Microsoft also announced a new Surface TV, called Surface Hub, which can be used to stream web videos, stream photos and play games.
Microsoft is planning to introduce the Surface Phone later this month.