This is the same kind of price disparity that Microsoft found itself in when it tried to sell the Surface RT.
The Surface RT was a “mere” $499, with no keyboard, mouse, or any other components.
That’s not to say the Surface is any less expensive than the Surface Pro 3, Surface Book, or Surface Pro 4.
But the Surface line is not without its own flaws, and Microsoft needs to do a better job of keeping the Surface range of products running on modern hardware.
In my opinion, Microsoft is doing a pretty good job with the Surface lineup, but there are still many areas of its product line where it could do better.
For instance, the Surface Book has a much larger screen than the RT, but it still has the same basic design as the Surface 3 and Surface 2.
Microsoft has been able to build the Surface series into the Surface family in recent years, but that doesn’t mean it’s a complete package.
There are still significant areas where Microsoft needs help.
If you are planning on buying the Surface tablet, it’s important to understand that the Surface 15-inch is a completely different tablet than the one you see on the Surface Studio and Surface Pro.
The 15-incher is designed for a much narrower footprint, so you need to get the right size keyboard, trackpad, and display.
The screen on the 15-in Surface is also much wider, so it’s not as tall as a Surface Pro or Surface Book.
In fact, the size difference between the Surface and Surface Studio is so large that you’d need to purchase a Surface Studio Pro to use the 15in version of the Surface, which means that you’re going to need to buy a Surface Book for the full 15-touch display.
That means that Microsoft’s current Surface line will need to be upgraded to include the new Surface 15.