Tech companies have a lot to be excited about this year.
It seems as if the PC is finally getting its own cool computer case.
That’s right, Microsoft is announcing a new $10,000 PC case that’s just as cool as the hardware it’s designed for, but it also has a lot of features that you can’t buy on a regular PC.
The new Microsoft PC case is named “the Surface Pro 4” and it will retail for $199.99.
It’s a big leap for Microsoft, which has been selling a lot cheaper PCs in the past, including a $300 Surface Book, $200 Surface Pro 3, and a $150 Surface Book with Core i7 processors.
Microsoft’s decision to make the new $100 Surface Pro is even more impressive.
The Surface Pro with Core m3 processors will be available for $99.99 in December, which is a big jump over its $99 Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 1, which are now available for about $60 each.
The Surface Pro will have a built-in keyboard, a fingerprint scanner, and built-ins to support the new Windows 10 operating system.
The $200 and $150 models have no Touch ID, and the $150 model will also not support Windows Hello.
But you can get a fingerprint sensor on the $300 model if you want.
The new Surface Pro also has more built-outs, like a USB-C port and a headphone jack.
The top and bottom sides of the Surface Pro have been replaced with a metal grille, which means it’s not a traditional laptop case.
Instead, it looks like a mini PC.
The back of the case is lined with glass and it’s covered in a soft rubberized material, which Microsoft says is more durable than previous Surface cases.
Microsoft says that the Surface is the most water resistant laptop in the world.
You can see that on the back of this new Microsoft Surface Pro.
Microsoft is also adding an Intel Skylake processor, a new 8th-generation Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, a 1080p display, and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.
The keyboard and trackpad are the same as the Surface Pros.
The biggest change is that Microsoft has replaced the keyboard with a dedicated trackpad.
The trackpad on the Surface Book was really awkward to use.
It had no tactile bumpiness, and it was too easy to accidentally bump into your lap.
With the new Microsoft Pro, Microsoft says it’s redesigned the trackpad to make it more comfortable and easy to use, and they also added a second clickpad.
The $200 version will have one of the best keyboards on the market, with a 1.3-inch and a 0.8-inch trackpad, and will have an Intel Core i3 processor.
It will also have an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card and 8GB of DDR4 RAM.
The Pro 4 will cost $299.99 and be available in October.
The price jumps to $499.99 on October 15, but we don’t know if it will include the new Surface Pen.
If Microsoft keeps its promise to make every product it makes more affordable, it’ll probably be a $10 or $15 upgrade from the Surface line.
Microsoft has been building its Surface line of laptops and tablets for years.
Last year, the company launched a $100 computer called the Surface Laptop that was a great entry-level laptop, but the Surface Pen was the first pen Microsoft released to compete with Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner.
The Pen had a tiny, $50 sensor that could only be used to unlock the device with a fingerprint.
Microsoft said that the Pen was a “game changer,” but it was really a gimmick that people couldn’t live without.
The pen was actually pretty good, though.
It was a bit small, but if you were using it a lot, it was probably going to work.
It looks like Microsoft is working on another Surface pen, too.
The company announced the Surface pen in January.
Microsoft is still working on the new Pen, but Microsoft says the new pen will be the best touch pen out there.
The tip will be a slightly smaller size and it has a higher-resolution pen that Microsoft claims is better than the current Apple pen.
The Pen is only compatible with Surface Pro and Surface Book laptops, but users of the cheaper models will also be able to use it.
Microsoft has also added another new feature that lets you use the Pen to sign in to your Windows 10 device with Cortana.
Microsoft will also launch a new Windows Hello device in October, which will allow you to use the new Touch ID sensor on your Surface Pen to log into your Windows Hello account.