As expected either version of the Surface Pro will come bundled with a pen with Palm Block technology that prevents interruptions by accidentally placing your palm on the screen while you write, and of course you can opt for the Touch Cover or the Type Cover, both sold separately. The most noticeable different, if you compare the RT with the Pro version, is that the new model comes with a 3rd generation Core i5 processor, it has full HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels) screen and a Mini DisplayPort that is capable to output a maximum screen resolution of up to 2560×1440 pixels. Additionally, Surface with Windows 8 Pro comes with a full-size USB 3.0 port. Remember that having an x86 Intel-based processor also means the full-blown version of Windows 8 and the ability to install any Windows compatible applications, including Photoshop, the newly release iTunes 11, Google Chrome, and Office 2013 with Outlook, just to name a few. However, keep in mind that Office 2013 will not come preinstalled with the device, you’ll need to buy the suite separately.  You also may be asking yourself: What is the battery life of the Surface Pro like? Right? According to the @Surface Twitter account, it will be half of the current RT version of the tablet or 4-5 hours. Now, you have a choice to make: Surface RT or Surface Pro? To help you decide you can check here both versions hardware specs: Source TechNet All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.