That's the point of a discussion going down in the Windows Central forums right now.
The Surface Pro an established product, but it's also very different in its appeal than the Surface Laptop. For example, many of us prefer a "regular" clamshell PC to a 2-in-1 device with a kickstand.
Whether the simultaneous launches will dilute Windows 10 S is an interesting question. The Surface Laptop is very much the poster child for the new offshoot of Windows 10, but is it really going to be the device that pushes the OS forward? The success of Windows 10 S may well be more related to the affordable devices Microsoft talked about during its launch.
You can also take a step back and look at the strong lineup Microsoft is launching all at once. Instead of dripping its products out over time and keeping people waiting, in some parts of the world the Laptop, Pro and Studio will all arrive at the same time. And that seems like a good thing
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