Microsoft is planning to release a new version of Windows for laptops that will cost $200,000 to $400,000, according to an article published by the Wall Street Journal.
The new version will also include some features Microsoft plans to add to Windows 10, but it will be priced at a premium compared to its predecessor, which was priced at $200 to $300.
While the new version won’t be released for laptops until at least January 2018, it will come with some new features, according the article.
The article says Microsoft is “skeptical” about using the laptop market as a way to raise revenue, because many of its customers already have PCs and that Microsoft has not seen a significant increase in demand for laptops.
The company is also working on software that could help improve the stability of its operating systems, the article says.
Microsoft said it will start the new versions of Windows 10 for laptops in January 2018.
The next version of the operating system, which will include the Start menu, will be released in October 2020.