Microsoft unveils new Surface Pro 4 device

Microsoft is unveiling a new Surface device in the form of the Surface Pro4.

The company will reveal the device on Tuesday, February 14.

The Surface Pro is the new version of the flagship Windows laptop, which was released in September 2017.

The new device will come in two sizes: a 5.5-inch version and a 7-inch model.

The 5.3-inch Surface Pro also comes with a fingerprint scanner, as well as Windows Hello security.

The smaller device is priced at $499.

The 7-in-1 Surface Pro comes with the same keyboard, keyboard cover, and touchpad as the 5.7-inch and the same processor as the 7- in-1 Pro.

The tablet will also come with a touchpad, stylus, and trackpad.

The device has been designed with a full-touch display, and the device can be used with a stylus as well.

The devices battery will last up to 12 hours on a charge, and Microsoft has been able to get a higher battery life than expected by using more of the display’s power.

Microsoft will announce more information about the Surface device at a press event in New York City on Tuesday.

The Microsoft Surface team will be joining the press at the event.

Microsoft also shared some details about how the new Surface will interact with the rest of the Windows ecosystem, including Cortana and the Windows Hello feature.

The Redmond company also confirmed that it will be launching a Windows 10 Mobile version of its new Surface tablet.

It will have a similar design to the Surface Book, and will feature a keyboard cover that is removable.

It should come in a black or white color scheme.

Microsoft is not the only company to unveil a new Windows 10 device.

Amazon has been working on its own version of Windows 10, called the Kindle Fire, for some time.

The Amazon version will have Amazon-branded hardware, a processor, and a screen that Microsoft will sell separately.

Microsoft is also working on a new version for its new Windows Phones, which will come with Cortana and be sold as a standalone device.