Surface Pro X and accessories now on sale from Microsoft
Microsoft's thinnest Surface Pro is now on sale.
What you need to know
- The Surface Pro X is available for purchase from Microsoft.
- The Surface Pro X Keyboard and Microsoft Slim Pen are also available for purchase.
- The Surface Pro X starts at $999.
The Surface Pro X and its accessories are now on sale through the Microsoft Store. The Surface Pro X is the thinnest and lightest Surface Pro ever. It also features a modern design with thin bezels and two USB-C ports. The Surface Pro X starts at $999 on the Microsoft Store and will be available through other retailers soon.
The Surface Pro X is Microsoft's first device running Windows 10 on ARM. With that comes instant-on capabilities and the ability to connect to LTE. ARM-powered devices often have excellent battery life, but Microsoft doesn't claim large numbers for the Surface Pro X's longevity, at least when compared to other ARM-powered devices.
The Surface Pro X works with a new pen, the Microsoft Surface Slim Pen, that can fit inside the Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard. People who don't want the pen but want a keyboard can purchase the Surface Pro X Keyboard instead.
The Surface Pro X features a revamped design and a new approach from Microsoft's Surface line. Are you going to purchase one? Let us know in the comments below.
Windows 10 on ARM
Available in a few different configurations, the thinnest and lightest Surface Pro to date brings a refreshed design to the Surface Pro line.
Cradling the pen
This bundle includes the Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard that features Alcantara and the Surface Slim Pen that charges wirelessly within the keyboard.
The Surface Pro X keyboard pairs with Microsoft's latest 2-in-1 tablet to give you a way to type on the go.
With the launch of the Surface Pro X, Surface Pro 7, and Surface Laptop 3, Microsoft redesigned the Surface Pen and threw in some wireless charging for good measure.
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