All Surface Pro 6 variants are on sale at Microsoft and Best Buy for up to $200 off

All Surface Pro 6 variants are on sale at Microsoft and Best Buy for up to $200 off
The Surface Pro 6 is without a doubt one of the world's most powerful tablets, but despite typically providing quite a lot of bang for your buck, Microsoft's newest 12.3-inch Windows 10 detachable is often discounted, either by itself or in combination with different complimentary accessories.

Both Microsoft's official US e-store and Best Buy have a fresh batch of limited-time Surface Pro 6 deals in place, offering cool savings of up to $200 on every single tablet configuration. The main difference is Best Buy's latest promotions are exclusively available for members of the retailer's loyalty program through Saturday, while Redmond allows anyone to get a Surface Pro 6 at a great price until Sunday, April 14.

My Best Buy members can also purchase the entry-level Intel Core i5/8GB RAM/128GB SSD variant for $749 compared to Microsoft's already marked-down charge of $799 (from a list price of $899). All the other models are currently available at the same prices through Best Buy and Microsoft, starting with a $999 tablet that can accommodate 256 gigs of data internally while packing the same aforementioned processor and memory count. 

That normally costs $1,199, while a Core i7 configuration with a 256GB SSD and 8 gigs of RAM also on deck is discounted right now from $1,499 to $1,299. For 400 extra bucks, you can get twice that storage space and memory, with a state-of-the-art 1TB variant requiring you cough up a whopping $2,099 (down from a $2,299 list price) at Microsoft only.

None of these reduced prices includes a productivity-enhancing keyboard or a creativity-encouraging Surface Pen, mind you, but they're still significantly lower than Apple's comparable iPad Pro (2018) rates. A new 12.9-incher usually starts at $999 by itself, merely accommodating 64 gigs of data internally.

Check out the deals at Best Buy and Microsoft

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