Where to buy a Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book in the United States, Canada, and the UK

We have been waiting for quite some time. We had seen them for the first time when Microsoft officially introduced them into the world during its Windows 10 Devices event in New York City, and now you can actually buy them. Of course, we are talking about the new Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.

On October 6th, during a huge hardware event, the software giant unveiled a number of devices including the Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, Microsoft Band 2, and two new premium phones, including the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL. All amazing devices that are available starting October 26th, as such today we'll be listing some of the retailers in the United States, Canada, and in the UK, where you can buy the new Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.

Note: Microsoft has not publicly shared any information on exactly when it will begin shipping the new Lumia phones, but this far we know that it will occur sometime in November.

Where to buy a Microsoft Surface Pro 4

If you have been waiting to purchase your first Surface, or you want to upgrade your current tablet, it hasn't been a better time than this one. After three generations on perfecting the tablet, the Surface Pro 4 is truly the tablet that can replace your laptop. In the fourth generation, Microsoft is adding to the device the latest sixth-generation Intel Skylake processors. It als has a slightly larger and higher resolution display, facial recognition camera to make use of Windows Hello, an improved cooling system to help the device to perform much better while increasing the lifespan of the components, more memory and more storage configurations.

  • 128 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core m3 | 4 GB RAM - $899 USD
  • 128 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i5 | 4 GB RAM - $999 USD
  • 256 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i5 | 8 GB RAM - $1,299 USD
  • 256 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i5 | 16 GB RAM - $1,499 USD
  • 256 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 8 GB RAM - $1,599 USD
  • 256 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 16 GB RAM - $1,799 USD
  • 512 GB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 16 GB RAM - $2,199 USD
  • 1 TB SSD | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 16 GB RAM - $2,699 USD

Where to buy a Surface Pro 4 in the United States?

In the United States, you can buy a new tablet from:

In Canada, you can also buy a Surface Pro 4 from the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab), Amazon (opens in new tab), Best Buy (opens in new tab), and Staples (opens in new tab).

Where to buy a Surface Pro 4 in the UK?

In the UK, the new Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 starts at £749 for the Core m3 model, £849 for the entry-level Core i5 model, and all the way to £1,799 for the Core i7 model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.

Those residing in the UK can purchase the tablet from:

It's worth noting that you can buy a Surface Pro 4 from various places, but in the United States, the Microsoft Store is the only store that offers you the chance to configure the tablet with exactly the processor, memory, and storage that fits your budget.

Also, remember that the Surface Pro 4 only comes with the new Surface Pen, as always you have to purchase the new Type Cover separately. You can either buy a new Type Cover for $129.99 (opens in new tab) in the US, $169.99 in Canada, and £109.99 in the UK. There is also the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Type Cover with Fingerprint ID for $159.99 (opens in new tab), or you can use your old Type Cover, if you're also a Surface Pro 3 owner.

If you're looking to have more ports available to connect to an external display, more USB ports, and connect to a network using a wire connection, you can also pick up the new Microsoft Surface Dock for $199.99 (opens in new tab) in the US, $259.99 in Canada, and £164.99 in the UK, which is also compatible with the Surface Book.

Keep in mind that while Surface Pro 4 will begin shipping on October 26th. This release date is only for North America, as Microsoft plans to start shipping its fourth generation of the tablet on November 12th for customers in the UK. In addition, currently for UK customers won't have the Core i7 model with 1TB of storage, only up to 512GB. (we yet don't know if the company will make available this configuration in the future.)

The new Type Covers and the Surface Dock will also be available on October 26th in the United States and Canada, and on November 12th in the UK.

Where to buy a Microsoft Surface Book

Best Laptop Between $1500 and $2000

If you need a powerful laptop, more than you need a tablet, then Microsoft can help with that too, as the company has now introduced the Surface Book. The Surface Book is the first laptop built by the Redmond company, and it sports a 13.5-inch PixelSense display, an interesting "dynamic fulcrum hinge", and with configurations up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage.

Of course, the Surface Book packs the sixth-generation of Intel's processors with the choice of Core i5 and Core i7. Customers can also get the laptop with an optional discrete NVIDIA GeForce graphics card.

  • 128 GB | 6th Generation Intel Core i5 | 8 GB RAM - $1,499 USD
  • 256 GB | 6th Generation Intel Core i5 | 8 GB RAM - $1,699 USD
  • 256 GB | 6th Generation Intel Core i5 | 8 GB RAM and NVIDIA GPU - $1,899 USD
  • 256 GB | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 8 GB RAM and NVIDIA GPU - $2,099 USD
  • 512 GB | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 16 GB RAM and NVIDIA GPU - $2,699 USD
  • 1TB | 6th Generation Intel Core i7 | 16 GB RAM and NVIDIA GPU - $3,199 USD(In Canada, customers can get the Surface Book the Core i7 model with up to 512GB for $3,499.)

Where to buy a Surface Book in the United States?

In the United States, you can buy a new tablet from:

In Canada, you can also buy a Surface Book from the Microsoft Store (opens in new tab) and Best Buy (opens in new tab).

Where to buy a Surface Book in the UK?

Unfortunately, Microsoft hasn't announced a pricing and release date for the Surface Book in the UK.

More resources

If you're already a Surface owner, and you can't decide whether to upgrade to the new Surface Pro 4, don't forget to check our previous article to help you make a decision.

In addition, remember to read our definite Surface Pro 4 review with everything you need to know about the new tablet.

For more information, you should check out our resources:

  • Surface Pro 4 coverage
  • Surface Book coverage

Note: Prices shown today in this article are based on the current Microsoft Store online prices in the US, Canada, and the UK. Also, availability, configuration, and pricing of the new devices may vary per store and region. Also, the Microsoft Surface Book is currently listed for pre-order with shipping dates expected in 4-7 weeks depending on configuration.

Are you planning to get a Surface Pro 4 or a Surface Book, or both? Let's know in the comments below.

Mauro Huculak is technical writer for WindowsCentral.com. His primary focus is to write comprehensive how-tos to help users get the most out of Windows 10 and its many related technologies. He has an IT background with professional certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA, and he's a recognized member of the Microsoft MVP community.

74 Comments
  • Waiting for them to take my money! Surface books seem to have started shipping already. Charge my credit card and gimme my surface pro 4!!
  • Ttsoldier, the msstore took my money for my suface book on Monday but has still not shipped. I was hoping they would be delivered on mo day as opposed to being shipped on Monday but I'm starting to think that's not the case. Has anyone's Surface Book/Pro 4 actually shipped from msstore?
  • There is a thread on the forum where people are saying theirs shipped
  • Mine is scheduled for delivery within the next two hours. Right on time.
  • holding the box in my hands right now. Off to unpacking and setting it up.
  • "When in India......भारत देश में कब.
    हमें न तड़पाओ जल्दी launch करो Microsoft India."
  • Surface book I guess won't be a big here in India. Celebrities here hardly use laptops they use more iPhones and the dumb ones use Macbook bcoz either status symbol or they really don't know how to sur windows. Microsoft would I guess give full freedom to oems like Asus, Dell, Lenovo to sell good devices. India doesn't have a good OSX share. I would prefer Microsoft to only keep surface pro 4 in retail stores.
  • I hope it is available in India soon. Apparently you need a new computer because the one you are using now has a defective keyboard and is putting a lot of strange characters in your comments.
  • Hah, he just wrote the "when in India" text in Hindi, India's major language. I think those are the strange characters you're referring to. (You may have noticed and perhaps that was a joke but if it wasn't...)
  • Yes, I was making a joke.
  • what's that jibberish you wrote?
     
  • how long before best buy has these to play with in their store?
  • I was at BB over the weekend. They had the SP4s on display, but not the Surface Book. Associate said they'd be out today.
  • Hey Mauro what about Costco here in the US?
  • Good call. Costco is also offering Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book. I just added the links. Though, keep in mind that not all the configurations are available at this place. Thanks,
  • Yep! And if I remember correctly they do have discounted prices
  • So the surface book comes included with office personal and a Microsoft wireless display adapter. And the SP4's come included with the keyboard, but are just a little bit more than the MS store ($50-$100) depending on whether or not it also comes with the display adapter.
  • I am surprised that they are offering the Surface Book but that's awesome though.
  • John Lewis in the UK usually carries a wide selection or can get you the model you want easily, they currently stock the Surface Pro 3 but probably switch over to the 4 in a short while. Price is on par or sometimes slightly cheaper than the MS Store. They may also carry the usual accessories such as the keyboard and spare power packs.
  • Hopefully they will as I want to use my JL voucher to buy Surface Pro 4 from their store.
  • Hoping to have a fondle of a SP4 before Xmas at John Lewis. Hopefully they will get some stock before Xmas. I need to see and feel before I order such an expensive device form MS store.
  • Hopefully they will also offer the free 2 year warranty - this always adds value to the purchase. I had 2 year warranties on my Surface RT/Surface 2 and my current SP3 - but never had a problem!
  • Wasn't Dell (and HP, I believe) meant to be carrying the Pro 4 as well? Haven't seen anything mentioned for a while...
  • I keep checking Best Buy to order a Surface Book everyday but everyday the status remains "Coming Soon". I'm hoping I can just walk into one of the 4 Best Buys I have access to and get one on day one.
  • Pre-order Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book at B&H Photo Video In the US
  • You mention Canada except don't show any links for Canada. 
  • No they haven't. We're mentioned in a bracket and a small sentence as to where to buy but not good enough to have our own section but US has 2, oh wells oh wells.
  • They are there. Just follow the links describing where you can purchase the devices in Canada. Thanks,
  • My apologies. I missed that somehow.
  • Thanks for explaining that. In the Windows Central app for Windows Phone, that wasn't immediately apparent. :-)