If you have been toying with the idea of buying a new Microsoft Surface Pro 4, now is the ideal time to push through with your plan.
Microsoft is now giving $50 through $150 off the Surface Pro via its online store.
The variant of the device that packs the 6th Gen Intel Core m3 along with 128 GB SSD and 4 GB of RAM is now priced at $849 (from $899) — which means consumers can save $50 when they buy this particular unit.
Customers can save $100, in the meantime, if they wish to purchase the Surface Pro 4 128 GB SSD / 4 GB RAM / Intel Core i5 model or the Surface Pro 4 256 GB SSD / 8 GB RAM / Intel Core i5 version. These models are presently priced at $899 and $1,199, respectively.
Meanwhile, if customers go for the high-end versions of the device, which include the Surface Pro 4 256 GB SSD / 8 GB RAM / Intel Core i7 and Surface Pro 4 256 GB SSD / 16 GB RAM / Intel Core i7, they will enjoy $150 off the original prices. This means that interested consumers can buy these two at $1,449 and $1,649, correspondingly.
Specs And Features To Expect
This Microsoft device promises a ton of good things for customers. What makes it really sweet is its 12.3-inch PixelSense touchscreen display that is said to boast "extremely high contrast and low glare."
Touted as a "tablet that can replace your laptop," the Surface Pro 4 comes packed with Windows 10 Pro.
With the help of the keyboard plus the multi-position Kickstand, one can go from laptop to tablet. Thanks to the beefed-up Type Cover and Surface Pen, taking down notes and ideas on this device should be a piece of cake.
Microsoft says that this 2-in-1 device comes fitted with a notable battery life of up to nine hours, making it an ideal machine for those who are running an array of programs simultaneously.
In terms of its camera, consumers are treated with a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper along with an 8-megapixel autofocus main shooter at the back. With such specs, users can have their video conference with their friends and colleagues from other parts of the globe with confidence.
Powered by 6th Gen Intel Core m3, i5 and i7 processors (as mentioned above), the Surface Pro 4 is believed to be quieter, more efficient and more powerful than its predecessor.
Of course, this device is loaded with Microsoft Office, allowing users to create, edit and share documents.
That's not all Microsoft added into the device to sweeten the pot. Surface Pro 4 also rocks a facial recognition camera technology so it will automatically sign users in without the use of a password.
While it is unclear as to when this company's promo will end, Microsoft says on its listing that consumers should expect their ordered product to arrive at their doorstep "by July 5."
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