On the product page for its Surface Pro, Microsoft has shown off an option that takes the high end Surface Book and jams a 1 TB SSD inside.
It costs $3,199.00 which is more than $500 extra, which actually is not too bad for an SSD upgrade.
This really is the PC for the person who has everything. We are talking about a sixth generation "Skylake" Intel Core i7 processor paid with a whopping 16 GB of RAM, a custom NVIDIA GPU stashed inside the keyboard dock for more intensive graphics requirements.
So, if you have the money you can get a serious portable workstation based around the Surface Pro.
The Surface Book seems to be a crowd favourite already, with pre-orders reported to have sold out on the Microsoft Store rather quickly. Prices start at $1,499 (Core i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD) and it is much better than the more expensive Apple equivalent.
The 1 TB Surface Book is only available from the Microsoft Store. It's still on pre-order though will most likely ship later this month like the other models. Apple fanboys will have to wait for a year until Jobs' Mob copies the move on its Surface Prp clone. We expect when Apple does it, the upgrade will be just under a $1000 extra.