Microsoft finally revealed pricing for its Surface Pro tablet--the one that will run full Windows applications, unlike the Surface RT tablet which is more limited. The 64GB model cost $899, while a 128GB model is priced at $999.The attachable keyboard will cost an extra $100. While many around the web are balking at these "high" prices, they were expected and they're not that unreasonable, considering the Surface Pro is meant as more of a laptop replacement (one that even businesses might use) than a consumer tablet (like the iPad).
The Surface Pro comes with a full HD touchscreen, Intel Core i5 processor, and support for digital inking (with an included stylus pen).
Updated 01/23/13: The official release date for the Surface Pro (a.k.a. Surface with Windows 8 Pro) is February 9
Here's a quick rundown of the two Surface tablets.