Microsoft just revealed the Surface Pro 4, its latest productivity tablet and the first to run Windows 10 out of the box.

The Surface Pro 4 was built to highlight all of the features of Windows 10, including Windows Hello, and features a 6th-gen Intel Core processor, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage, a glass trackpad that’s 40 percent larger, a 12.3-inch display with a 267ppi, an 8MP camera, the thinnest type cover yet — which features a “laptop class keyboard” with Pro Set backlit keys, a new Microsoft Pen with 1024 levels of sensitivity, all-year battery life and more.

Microsoft also updated the design so the new pen clips right onto the side of the Surface Pro 4 without any holster. The new pen also comes in five different colors with interchangeable tips for different situations. Overall the new device looks pretty similar to last year’s model, but it features a larger display without increasing the total footprint.