Which PC gaming platforms will be supported by Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 4?

The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is now in stores.

It’s an amazing machine, one that has been praised by critics and reviewers alike, but it’s going to be hard to get a lot of people excited about the new Surface.

And while Microsoft has always been known for being pretty secretive about its hardware, that’s changing soon.

Microsoft’s next flagship hardware will be released in November.

Here’s what you need to know about the Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro, and Surface Pro Pro 4.1.

What is the Surface 3?

The Surface 3 is the name of the new device.

It was initially unveiled at the Microsoft Build conference on September 12, 2017, and will be available in October.

The new device will have a 1.7GHz Intel Core i5-6200U processor with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

It will come with a 1TB hard drive and will include a 10.1-inch display.

The Surface Pro is also coming out in October, and it’s priced at $1,799.

What’s the Surface 4?

The new Surface 4 will have the same CPU, GPU, and RAM as the Surface 2, but will have an even faster 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z3580.

It is powered by the Snapdragon 810 SoC, which comes with a 3GB RAM and 4GB of internal storage.

The display is also going to come with an OLED panel, and the processor will have 4GB or 8GB RAM.

The tablet will also be thinner and lighter than the Surface 1.

The device will come out in November and will retail for $1.929.

How does the Surface 5 compare?

The device in question is the new Pro 4, which is the next generation of the Surface line.

This is the device that will make the Surface tablet line a reality.

It comes with an Intel Core M3-8160 processor, 16GB of memory, 1TB of storage, a 1080p display, and an 8MP rear camera.

The screen will be a 6.3-inch IPS LCD with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels.

The processor will be an Intel Atom S5 Pro processor with a 2.7-GHz Intel HD Graphics 620 GPU.

The battery will be 13.4Wh, and you’ll get LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, a Micro USB port, and a full-size HDMI port.

The Microsoft Office suite will also make its debut with this device.

The Office 2016 suite includes Office for iPad, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, and OneNote Online.

Microsoft is also rolling out the Surface Laptop with an AMD Ryzen 5 1600X CPU.

You’ll be able to buy this device for $399.

How about the next Surface tablet?

It will be the Surface Mini, which will be priced at just $199.

The next-generation Surface Mini will be able go toe-to-toe with the Surface Pros and will come in at a larger screen size of 13.3 inches.

This will also come with Windows 10 Home and Office apps.

The base price of this tablet will be $499.

What about the Pro 4 and Surface Mini?

The next Surface Pro will be launching on November 3rd, and this will be Microsoft’s third tablet with a 1080×1920 display.

It’ll come with 8MP camera, a 13.9-inch screen, an 8-megapixel front camera, and 3GB of onboard RAM.

This tablet will have Intel Atom E5-2600U processors, 4GB RAM, and 256 GB of storage as standard.

The Pro 4 will also have a 5.5-inch 1080×2160 display, 64GB of expandable storage, and Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200.

The CPU and GPU will be upgraded to a 1GHz Intel Celeron processor, and Microsoft is offering an 8GB Intel HD 3000 GPU for the Pro.

This device will be cheaper than the other two devices, but you’ll still get the most out of your Surface.

The final model of the Pro will come to the market in January.

The first models of the next two new Surface tablets will launch in the second quarter of 2018.

Microsoft says the Pro 3 will be out in March and the next-gen Surface Mini in April.

The most interesting part of all is that the next device will not come with the Intel Atom chips.

Instead, it will be powered by an AMD AM4 platform.

This means that you’ll be getting the latest ARM-based SoC for the PC.

What are the Surface tablets like to use?

The Microsoft tablets are very similar to each other.

They have a keyboard, a trackpad, and touch pad.

They all have Windows Hello, a fingerprint scanner, and are designed to run on the same kind of Windows 8 operating