Microsoft’s latest foray into the PC market is a more expensive, more powerful and less versatile PC than Microsoft’s own Windows RT, which is already out there for $399.
The company also says its new target desktops, which are slated to go on sale in late 2019, will cost $599.
But the PC, which was developed with the help of former Microsoft execs and was first announced in 2015, is not really an “entry level” PC.
In fact, the company says it’s designed to work with a “full range of modern multimedia applications” and that it will work with Windows 10 “when it is released.”
The PC, called the Target PC, is essentially a $1,300-plus model that will be available in 2019.
Microsoft said it has also added support for “Windows 8 and Windows 10.”
But the new Target PCs will have a price tag of about $800 and will be more expensive than the more expensive Windows RT.
The new “Target” desktop will be priced at $599, but its price tag is lower than Microsoft is offering for its Windows 8 PCs.
And it’s the more affordable Windows RT that is the “entry-level” PC, Microsoft said.
That means the PC will cost about $600, which, according to Microsoft, will be the same as the “latest entry-level model” for Windows 8.
Microsoft is also targeting Windows 8 devices with its new Target desktop, but it’s targeting a wide range of Windows RT devices.
For example, Microsoft says it plans to offer a range of PCs with Windows RT as well as Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 95 and Windows 98 machines.
The Target PC will come with a full range of “Windows Store” apps, including Microsoft Office and Skype, but you’ll also get access to “Xbox 360 gaming,” Microsoft says.
And if you want a better experience with Skype, you can also “play back your favorite Xbox 360 games, music and videos.”
Microsoft isn’t saying how many Windows RT PCs will be released, but if you compare the price of the Target desktop with the price for Windows RT with a similar-looking desktop that is similar in price, it’s a little bit cheaper.
So you’ll get the “same basic product at a lower price point,” said Microsoft vice president of PC business development Andrew Hildebrandt.
The Surface RT and Surface Pro 2 The new Surface RT, the pricier of the two, is also a little more expensive.
The Microsoft Surface RT is a cheaper “desktop” version of the Surface RT that can be used with a $199 or $299 Surface Book or Surface Studio PC.
But Microsoft also is pushing the Surface Pro 3 with the new $799 Surface Pro 4.
The device is designed to be used as a laptop or tablet computer.
The “Surface Pro 4” is a thinner version of this Surface that also has an optional docking station for the Surface Book and Surface Studio.
But this docking station has been designed specifically for the $499 Surface Pro.
It can also connect to an optional USB-C dock that can work as a USB-A port on a laptop.
The dock itself comes with a Surface Pen, a stylus and a battery pack.
The base Surface Pro is also $799 and will have either the new Surface Pen or a $149 Surface Pencil for pen input.
The two “Surf” versions of the new Windows 10 Surface RT will also be priced around $799.
The $699 Surface Pro will come out in 2019, and it’s not clear when it will launch.
Microsoft says it will support both Surface RTs.
But it’s still unclear when Microsoft plans to launch both the $799 version of Surface RT with the Surface Pen and the $299 version of Windows 10 with the “Surfaces” Pen and Surface Pen.
If you’re interested in a $699 “Surfaced” version, Microsoft will launch that device in 2019 or 2020.
The price difference between the Surface 2 and the Surface 3 is $150, and that’s $50 less than the Surface Mini 2.
But we don’t know if the Surface mini will have the Surface Studio version.
Microsoft also said it will release a $499 Windows 10 tablet called the Surface CX.
But that tablet will come only with the Windows 10 Pro.
MicroSoft said the tablet is meant to work on Windows 10 Mobile devices, including Windows 10 tablets and mobile phones.
The tablet will also work with the $99 Windows 10 Enterprise Server and the “Windows 10 IoT” solution, which lets you connect your Windows 10 devices to the Internet.
Microsoft also said the $399 Surface C X will be a “portable device” that’s more than six inches wide and six inches tall.
And Microsoft will also release a “Portable Pro” version that’s 6 inches