Microsoft has launched a new version of the Windows 10 tablet/laptop hybrid that’s called just the ‘Surface Pro’, which succeeds the Surface Pro 4.

The new Microsoft Surface Pro is an overhaul of the Surface Pro 4. Launching the device at an event in Shanghai China, Microsoft’s VP of devices Panos Panay said that “every single part on this product has been rethought” – noting that the new device has over 800 new parts.

These include a better pen, faster processors and other internal components that give it a much longer battery life, faster storage, a new keyboard with a different feel, and a new hinge that lets you position it at a slight tilt off flat for more comfortable drawing and writing.

Here we'll go through all of the new features in turn, starting with the new Surface Pen.

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