Microsoft will begin selling its first laptop with touch interface for $3.99, the company announced Wednesday.
Microsoft, which announced the $3 Surface Pro 3 at the Consumer Electronics Show last month, has been pushing for more consumers to adopt the technology and for manufacturers to offer it at lower prices.
The company expects sales of its Surface Pro line of laptops to rise to 3.2 million by the end of the year.
The Surface Pro 4, which will be available with the touch screen and touchpad, will be priced at $1,499.
The $2,399 Surface Pro 5 will be $2.99.
The first two devices in the Surface line are slated for the third quarter of 2019.
The last two Surface devices will launch in the first quarter of 2020.
Microsoft is expected to announce other products at the show including the new Xbox console, which the company has said will offer an expanded version of its Xbox One gaming system with built-in graphics, and a Surface tablet.
Microsoft said it has not received any federal approval to sell the Surface Pro, and that it will be able to sell its first Surface Pro at an outlet but not in stores.
The device will be limited to its launch date.
The company did not say how much the Surface Touch will cost.
Microsoft has been offering its Surface tablets, which include the new Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2, at more than $1 million, with a price tag that has increased each time Microsoft has announced its Surface devices.
Microsoft had already sold at least 100,000 of the new devices last year, but that number is expected even higher this year, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft also has said it will offer its first two Surface phones for under half the price of Apple’s iPad Pro, with the Surface RT smartphone, a Surface Laptop and the Surface Laptops for under a third.