Early Black Friday deal shaves $180 off Microsoft's hot new Surface Pro 7 with keyboard
Microsoft has not one but two groundbreaking Surface designs in the pipeline, although until next holiday season, hardcore fans of the company's hybrid products will need to settle for something far less exciting and innovative. On the bright side, the iterative Surface Pro 7 is already on sale at a pretty substantial discount, despite barely seeing daylight a few weeks ago.
Costco have killer Black Friday deals prepared for later this month, but if you'd rather skip the wait and the inevitable lines, you can save a whopping 180 bucks right now.Of course, both the Redmond-based manufacturers of the newest 2-in-1 detachable tablet with Windows 10 and major third-party retailers like
The "catch" is you'll need to buy an entry-level Intel Core i3 variant of the Surface Pro 7 alongside a Type Cover keyboard to qualify for this excellent early Black Friday promotion, which will apparently remain valid until November 27, i.e. a day before Thanksgiving and two days ahead of the actual Black Friday 2019 "celebration." None of the other configurations and keyboard bundles are marked down at the moment, although that's guaranteed to change fairly soon.
In the meantime, we're sure some of you bargain hunters will appreciate the opportunity to score this Surface Pro 7 model together with a productivity-enhancing accessory at only $699 when the tablet itself is normally listed for $749. By the way, Best Buy is currently running the exact same deal but listing it as saving you $260 compared to the bundle's regular price, which isn't quite accurate.
Either way, it's fair to say you'll be getting plenty of bang for your buck, what with the hot new Surface Pro 7 packing 10th generation Intel processing power, as well as 4 gigs of memory and a speedy 128 gig SSD in this particular version. Other features include up to 10.5 hours of battery life, a sharp 12.3-inch display with a resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels, a microSDXC card reader, Dolby Audio Premium-enhanced stereo speakers, a 5MP front-facing camera with full HD video recording capabilities, an 8-megapixel rear-facing autofocus shooter, a headphone jack, and yes, a USB-C port at long last on a Surface Pro.