Every single Surface Pro 6 variant is $200 off right now, $80-worth gift included

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Every single Surface Pro 6 variant is $200 off right now, $80-worth gift included
While Microsoft isn't explicitly advertising any Valentine's Day deals, bargain hunters in the market for a powerful and versatile Windows 10 tablet are given a little love today through February 18. The Redmond-based tech giant's latest Surface Pro generation is on sale yet again, starting at a more than reasonable $699 instead of its regular $899 price.

But the entry-level Surface Pro 6 configuration is not the only one heavily discounted right now. In fact, every single variant is 200 bucks cheaper than usual, also shipping alongside a free Tumi Sleeve that's typically available for an extra $79.99. All in all therefore, you're looking at savings of $280, which are technically lower than the $330 combined markdown recently offered by Costco on an entry-level bundle including a keyboard and pen.

This time around, you'll have to separately purchase the Type Cover and Surface Pen if you want to maximize your productivity and creativity, but on the bright side of things, you don't need to settle for Intel Core i5 processing power, 8GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD if you're hunting for a bargain. A Core i7 version with 16 gigs of memory and 512GB storage, for instance, will set you back $1,699, down from $1,899 regularly.

Lower on the food chain, you can get a Core i5-based Surface Pro 6 with a 256GB SSD and 8GB RAM at $999 or a Core i7 configuration packing the same memory and storage counts in exchange for $1,299. Needless to point out similar variants of Apple's newest 12.9-inch iPad Pro are significantly pricier and rarely reduced so steeply. 

While $699 currently buys you a Surface Pro 6 capable of accommodating 128 gigs of data internally, a modest 64GB iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) costs a whopping $999.

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