Amazon is now offering a monstrous Surface Pro 8 discount to clear off racks

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Amazon is now offering a monstrous Surface Pro 8 discount to clear off racks
Let's get straight to the point as others are wasting no time taking advantage of Amazon's incredibly generous Microsoft Surface Pro 8 deal. The e-commerce giant is offering a discount of 41 percent on the tablet-laptop hybrid.

The Surface Pro 8 is a Windows tablet with a built-in kickstand for keeping it propped up. The model on sale is fueled by the powerful Intel 11th Gen Core i7-1185G7 processor and is speedy enough to handle demanding tasks with ease. 

Surface Pro 8 16GB 256GB

Quad-core 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1185G7 Processor | Removable Storage | 13 inches 120Hz screen | 16 hours of battery life | 2 USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports | Headphone jack

The 16GB/256GB model retails for $1,599.99 but you can save a jaw-dropping $652 on it right now. We don't come across a discount of this magnitude very often so it's hardly surprising that the device is selling out fast at the new lower price and only a few units are left in stock. 

While there's no dearth of capable high-end tablets in the market, the Surface Pro 8 should be your top choice if you need a computer-first portable productivity device that won't dictate what you can do. 

The Surface Pro 8 features a removable solid-state drive and offers a battery life of 16 hours so it will last an entire day of work and then some. 

Add to that the beautiful 13-inch 120Hz screen and it's easy to see that Microsoft didn't cheap out on anything. 

The Surface Pro 8 was already a compelling choice at its full price, but after Amazon's discount, it delivers way too much value at under $1,000. It's amazing as a tablet for browsing the internet and reading ebooks, and does double duty as a workstation, providing ample power to churn through complex tasks.

Grab the device if you need a powerful tablet that will last you a long time but don't want to spend an obscene amount of money.

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