With just two weeks to go before Black Friday is upon us, retailers are stocking up on their inventory and preparing for huge discounts to entice consumers.
The Surface Pro 4 from Microsoft is a popular device and will see its prices slashed drastically to lure holiday shoppers. We check out some of the best Surface Pro deals from Costco, Best Buy, Amazon, Microsoft and Staples.
The following Surface Pro 4 offers from Amazon are for the tablet and Surface Pen only (the Type Cover/Keyboard is sold separately).
• 256 GB with 8GB of RAM, Core i5 processor - $1,076 instead of $1,299
• 256 GB with 16 GB of RAM, Core i7e processor - $1,498.99 instead of $1,799
• 128 GB with 4 GB of RAM, Core M processor - $688.65 instead of $899
• 128 GB with 4 GB of RAM, Core i5 processor - $899 instead of $999
• 512 GB with 16 GB of RAM, Core i7e processor - $1,767.98 instead $2,199
Those eyeing an older and cheaper option can settle for the Surface Pro 3 with 128 GB, Core i3 processor for $506.74 instead of the regular price of $599.
Best Buy also has some cool discounts on the Surface Pro 4 available now.
• 128 GB with Core m3 processor - $599.99 instead of $999.99. This bundle comes with a silver keyboard.
• 128 GB with Core i5 processor - $899.99 instead of $999.99
Microsoft is also offering heavy discounts on its Surface Pro 4 tablet till Saturday, Nov. 12. You can save up to $150 on the tablet's 128 GB version with either the Intel Core m3 or Core i5 processor.
The retailer also has some nifty discounts on the Surface Pro 4 and one can save up to $200 as reported by us previously. This deal will likely be available on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
A leaked 10-page Black Friday advert from Costco hinted at the retailer offering the Surface Pro 4 Bundle (Core i5 version) at $250 off. The offer will be valid from Nov. 25 to Nov. 28 per the ad.
Surface Pro 4 Specs Quick Recap
The Surface Pro 4 has been touted as a tablet that can replace laptops thanks to its ability to do tasks that traditionally one would need a laptop for. With its sixth-gen Intel Core m3, i5 or i7 processor, it can run CAD/CAM software and other demanding applications with ease.
The tablet has a 12.3-inch screen with a 2,736 x 1,824 resolution. It weighs 1.69 pounds and has a battery life of up to 9 hours on continuous video playback.
Ports on the Surface Pro 4 include a Mini DisplayPort, Surface Connect, a full-size USB 3.0, headset jack, microSD card reader and a Cover port.
"You can do serious work with this device without lugging around a beefy laptop," noted Jeremy Kaplan, Digital Trends editor-in-chief, in his review of the tablet.