Alongside the Windows 10 October Update, Microsoft refreshed their Surface product lineup today. The Surface Pro 6 gets a quad core CPU, an allegedly longer battery life, a matte black finish, and a $100 price bump to $899, but is otherwise similar to the last gen Surface Pro 5. The Surface Laptop 2 got a CPU upgrade, featuring a quad core Coffee Lake i5 or i7. The Surface Studio 2 now comes with a GTX 1060 or 1070, as well as an brighter display with better touch feedback, an update to Kaby Lake, and an eye-watering $3500 base price. Microsoft also launched a pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones to go with the new lineup. The "Surface Headphones" feature ambient noise cancellation, a total of 8 integrated microphones, dials on the cups, and Cortana integration. Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Studio 2, are available for preorder in select markets beginning today with additional market availability expected in 2019*. Surface Headphones will be available in both the US and UK in time for the holidays. And we’re pleased to offer Surface All Access through our Microsoft Stores in the US where you can begin purchasing these new products starting Oct. 16. Surface All Access is a new way to purchase your favorite Surface product with accessories, Office 365, dedicated support, and Microsoft Store benefits for a single low monthly payment, starting at $24.99.