The Pro comes with an Intel Core i5 processor - which should be able to handle a variety of games fairly well while preserving some of the battery life a more powerful processor might consume.
But the Surface Pro's main trick won't be its gaming, but rather that it's capable of everything a laptop is and more - all in a sleek package that weighs under 2 pounds and is only 13.5mm thick.
That includes a digitizer - which means you can use an included pen to draw and write on the capacitive display.
The Pro will be available in early 2013, and comes in a 64 GB model for $899 and 128 GB model for $999.
What do you think? Is it priced too high or will you seriously consider making your next laptop a Surface?