Microsoft has updated its Windows tablet range, bringing its price up to £1,299 ($1,999), making it the most expensive Windows tablet ever.

The Surface Pro line will also include a new Surface Book, which is expected to go on sale in March.

Microsoft has also refreshed its own range of Surface Pro laptops with updated versions of the Surface Studio, Surface Pro 5 and Surface Pro 6, as well as Surface Pro 8, which can be purchased for $899 ($1-2,499).

The Surface RT is also coming back in March, as will the Surface Book Pro, which will come with a 5.2-inch screen.

The Microsoft Surface RT was the first Windows tablet to offer Intel’s Atom processor.

The Surface Pro and Surface RT have been refreshed since then, and they have both come with Intel’s Core i5 processors.

The Pro 5 has also been updated to Intel’s Broadwell-based Core i7 processors.

Microsoft says that the Surface RT costs $499, while the Surface Pro 4, Surface Book and Surface Studio range is priced at £549, £699 and £799 respectively.

Microsoft’s Surface Book is still priced at $1,199 ($1:29), while the new Surface Pro 2 will cost £1.49 ($1.99).

The Windows 10 Creators Update also includes a new version of Microsoft Edge, bringing the browser to the Windows 10 Mobile platform.

The Edge version of the browser has been renamed to Edge 10, with new features including a new tab page, a revamped address bar, improved search and better integration with Microsoft Edge.