Microsoft has made a big bet on a new computer called the Surface Pro 3, which is meant to be a competitor to the Surface RT, and to make the PC a viable option for people who want to use the same programs and applications from Windows 8 on their laptop or desktop computers.
Microsoft says that Surface Pro 4 will work with Windows 8, but it’s not clear how much Windows 8 apps will run on the Pro 4.
The Surface Pro is Microsoft’s first PC, and it was initially expected to have a smaller, more powerful processor than the Surface 3.
But after Microsoft announced the Surface Mini in March, the company started to suggest that the Pro 3 would be more powerful than the Mini.
At the same time, Microsoft has been making its Surface RT tablet the focus of leaks about the new machine, and now some of those leaks are hinting that the new Surface Pro might be a lot faster.
The big question is whether the new Pro 3 will have enough performance for all the new applications.
Microsoft has previously said that it’s still working out how to get the Pro3 to run the full Windows 8 experience.
Microsoft Surface Pro3 is a laptop-like computer, but Microsoft is now saying that it’ll be able to run some of the latest Windows 8 applications.
So, how does the Pro4 compare to the Pro?
As you’d expect, the Pro is a lot more powerful.
The Pro 4 is expected to be the first computer to use Intel’s new Xeon E5 chipsets, which are faster and more powerful in general.
They’ll also run more applications, and you’ll be getting much more memory than on the original Surface Pro.
The Pros specs will include 4GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, an Intel Core i5-8500U processor, and a 13.3-inch touchscreen display.
The laptop version will come with an Intel HD 520 graphics processor.
The keyboard will come in three colors, and the display will be a 1366×768, 1024×600 pixel resolution.
Microsoft is also touting the Pro’s built-in speakers.
The specs for the Pro include an Intel Skylake processor, 32GB of storage, up to 512GB of hard drive storage, a 1TB SSD, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The only drawback is that the price tag is going to be higher than the Pro, which was originally going to cost $2,499.
But it’s going to start at $2-3,999.