Microsoft’s 1TB Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, and gold Surface Pen now available for purchase

As previously announced, Microsoft is now selling the 1TB options of Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. The company is also introducing the gold Surface Pen.

Surface Pro 4 at the Microsoft Store

While the 1TB storage, 16GB of memory, and Core i7 processors models of Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 were announced by Microsoft during the Windows 10 Devices event last year. These model weren’t available for purchase, today this is changing.

Microsoft has officially announced that it’s now selling the 1TB version of Surface Book for $3,199 and the 1TB version of Surface Pro 4 for $2,699 in the United States and Canada.

In addition to making available two new Surface models, the software giant is also introducing a gold version of the Surface Pen, which it’s also compatible with Surface 3, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, and Surface Book.

The pen is exactly the same as the Surface Pen you will get with a Surface Pro 4, but this one is on gold color and it comes with the Surface Pen Tip Kit that let you change the tip of the pen whenever you need a different style of drawing.

Surface Pen (Gold)

Unlike the new Surface devices, the $59.99 gold Surface Pen is available in Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United States.

Source Windows Blog

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