In Pictures: Microsoft Surface Pro

The Microsoft-made ultrabook for Windows 8

Microsoft Surface Pro ($899 for 64GB storage; $999 for 128GB) – the Windows 8 ultrabook designed and built by Microsoft – goes on sale Feb. 9, joining its sister device Surface RT, which debuted Oct. 26. The two look similar, but they are different beasts. Surface Pro has a powerful Intel Core i5 processor vs an ARM processor on the Surface RT, and Surface Pro can handle any app that Windows 7 supports plus any Windows 8-specific Windows Store applications. Surface RT only supports Windows Store apps. Click through for a look at Surface Pro.

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