The Surface family has seen the addition of a Book, a Laptop, a Studio and also the ultra-portable Go, but the Surface Pro itself has remained relatively visually unchanged.
Though the Surface Pro pioneered the 2-in-1 form factor its design has stayed the same over the last seven years and is now aging by 2019 standards.
The Surface Pro 6 was most recently announced during an October 2 event, but the Surface Go was announced on July ahead of its eventual August 2 release.
As for pricing, the Surface Pro 6 with 128GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and the Intel Core i5 processor currently retails for $900.
That price still does not include a keyboard or a Surface Pen.
It would be nice to see Microsoft bundle in both with the next Surface to help reduce the overall final price, but we don’t expect that to change.