The Surface Pro is set to be, but not everyone will be paying the same for the Intel-based tablet.
From the end of the month, the Surface Pro will be available in 16 countries in Europe: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Italy, Ireland, Norway, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
However, there's a difference of €150 (£127) between Europe's cheapest and most expensive 64GB Pro, and a €163 discrepancy between the highest and lowest-cost 128GB version.
Switzerland is the cheapest place on the continent to buy a Pro, charging CHF 959 (€770), or CHF 1,059 (€850) for the 128GB. Sweden is the costliest, with a 64GB Pro costing 7,895 SEK (€920) while a 128GB version setting shoppers back 8,695 SEK (€1,013).
Fellow Nordic countries Denmark and Norway are also at the more expensive end of the scale. In Denmark, the 64GB version costs DKK 6,799 (€912) while the 128GB goes for DKK 7499 (€1,006). Their Norwegian counterparts are priced at NOK 6690 (€890) and 7390 (€983).
For a number of countries whose currency is the Euro — Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Spain — pricing is standardised at €879 for the 64GB Surface Pro and €999 for the 128GB.
Not all Euro-using countries will pay the same, however. Italy will pay €20 extra for the 64GB, but the same price for the 128GB, while the Netherlands will pay slightly more for the 64GB at €886 but slightly less for the 128GB: €986.
The UK, meanwhile, pays slightly less than most European countries — £719 (€848) and £799 (€942) for the 64GB and 128GB versions respectively.
However, European consumers are still shelling out more than their counterparts elsewhere. In Australia, which will get the Pro around the same time as it launches in Europe, customers will pay AU$999 (€759) and AU$1,099 (€835) for the 64GB and 128GB versions.
US shoppers are still getting the best deal, though. A 64GB Pro costs $899 (€698) while the 128GB is $999 (€776). The Surface Pro.
Malaysia, Russia, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand, with launch slated for the end of June. No pricing has been released yet for these territories.