How to get a new Office with a brand-new desktop, iPad, and Surface RT without breaking the bank

When Microsoft launched the Surface Pro 3 in 2013, it promised to deliver a powerful new desktop, tablet, and phone.

Since then, we’ve seen the company deliver more than half of that promise.

But Microsoft has now announced that it will be selling its first Office with Windows 10—at least on desktop, tablets, and phones.

The company says that the Surface RT, which it launched alongside the Surface Book, will be getting a refresh in 2017.

Microsoft also says that it’s planning to launch two new Surface Pro lineups: the Surface Laptop and the Surface 3 and Surface 3 Pro.

The Surface RT is Microsoft’s attempt to recapture the glory days of the Surface desktop.

It has a thinner profile, more powerful hardware, and the latest Windows 10.

But the Surface 4 was a bit of a letdown.

It was the only device to run Windows 10 on a desktop, but it only offered a 10.1-inch screen.

There’s no mention of Windows 10 here, which is disappointing because Microsoft has always promised a Surface PC with Windows on it.

It’s not the first time Microsoft has offered a Surface refresh with Windows, though.

In April, Microsoft announced that the company would be selling a new Surface Lifestyle with Windows 8 and 8.1, a device that has a 13-inch 1080p display and a 1TB SSD.

But at the time, the company said that this new version would come in two versions: a Pro Lifestyle and a Classic Lifestyle.

Microsoft is also offering the Surface Mini and Surface Pro with Windows 7 and 8, which are not currently available.

We’ll have more to say about the new Surface lineups and the refreshed Surface Laptops later this week.

The new Surface RT will cost $1,299.99 when it launches in November.

The device is available now at Staples, Walmart, and Amazon.