Microsoft Is Slashing $200 Off Its Surface Pro 4 Model

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Feb 18, 2017
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Another discount from Microsoft has been applied on the company’s flagship 2-in-1 and if you haven’t seen this deal, then you’re definitely losing out because there are models of the Surface Pro 4 that when purchased, will give you a $200 discount.

A Total of Two Surface Pro 4 Models Are Being Offered at a $200 Discount – Check Out the Deal Right Here

There are currently two models of the Surface Pro 4 that Microsoft has decided to sell at a $200 discount. The hardware present in those models have been detailed below:

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  • Core M processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB internal memory: $699 (down from $899)
  • Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB internal memory: $999 (down from $1,199)

In our opinion, the Core i5 model seems like a much better purchase because the Core M version, while providing you improved battery life will also be underpowered, meaning that you will not be able to multitask as freely as you would on a model that features more RAM, and more processing power. The $200 discount that you would have saved can be used for a different purchase such as a Surface Dock, which will give you access to more ports, just in case the single USB 3.0 port is insufficient for expansion purposes.

The Surface Pro 4 features a 12.3-inch PixelSense display and also provides a Surface Pen that has a total of 1,024 levels of pressure, giving you the feel of an actual pen. According to Microsoft, you can rake up to 9 hours of battery life on the Surface Pro 4 but this will depend on the kind of tasks you will be carrying out on it. If you want to check out the deal for both models, you can click on the source link below. Though both models aren’t equipped with Kaby Lake chips, the Skylake chips powering the machines are more than enough to tackle the tasks that you have intended for this 2-in-1.

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