This weekend, pick up a Microsoft Surface Pro for as low as $599 after $200 discount

This weekend, pick up a Microsoft Surface Pro for as low as $599 after $200 discount
How would you like to save $200 on the Microsoft Surface Pro (2017)? This weekend only, the tablet powered by the 8th generation Intel Core m3 processor and equipped with 128GB of SSD storage and 4GB RAM, is $599, a 25% discount from the regular price. You can also save $200 on the model with the Intel Core i5 processor under the hood, 256GB of SSD storage and 8GB RAM. With the discount, you can pick up the latter for $1,099. This is a 15% price break.

The 5th-generation Surface Pro features a 12.3-inch display protected by Corning Glass 4. The resolution comes to 2736 x 1824 for a 267ppi pixel density. Each unit has an 8MP camera in back and a 5MP front-facing snapper. The Surface Pro (2017) models have 50% more battery life than the Surface Pro 4. Of course, Windows 10 Pro is pre-installed.

The deal expires tomorrow, so if interested, you will need to make your purchase soon. Keep in mind that there is a 10% discount for members of the military and for students. You can buy the device at your local Microsoft Store or order it from the online Microsoft Store by clicking on the sourcelink. Shipping is free and so are returns.

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Surface Pro (2017)
  • Display 12.3" 2736 x 1824 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor Intel Core-i7, Dual-core, 2500 MHz
  • Storage 1000 GB



1. Somin

Posts: 2; Member since: Jun 16, 2018

Microsoft tablets are overpriced. I'd rather using my old School book.

2. redmd

Posts: 1943; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

Yeah but they are more useful than the iPad on productivity.

3. yalokiy

Posts: 1051; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

Surface Pro is better than iPad at being a notebook replacement, but it's bad at being a tablet and still not that good at being a notebook replacement. While trying to be both, it turns out to be just a compromise at both.

6. buccob

Posts: 2975; Member since: Jun 19, 2012

I had a Surface Pro 3 for almost a year before getting the Surface Book... It was given to me at the office and it was absolutely great at being a notebook.... specially for giving presentations and people on the sales department.... The main downside for me was the keyboard/touchpad, but it is miles better than the one on the iPad.... As a tablet it was ok, but it lacks all the entertainment apps that you can find on other platforms, however if you get it for productivity, it will be a great notebook replacement.... Great for school and for work... no so great for fun. Now my Surface Book is the best of both worlds... and while it is still a mediocre tablet for fun... I can still play PC games in mid settings Completely satisfied after almost 2 years of use

4. path45th

Posts: 406; Member since: Sep 11, 2016

A full scale OS on a tiny screen it can’t be very useful. The iPad runs iOS which is designed for tablets so work is easy. Not to mention the thousands of apps that do not exist on Windows. Besides Windows 10 is a spyware and buggy, if you check on the internet most people hate windows 10. They either stick in older versions of Windows or move to Linux or Mac OS.

5. dcwt2010

Posts: 74; Member since: Feb 01, 2013

I agree that Win 10 on tablets is average but the operating system on the whole for the desktop is a polished and well made experience. Only those who haven't actually used it will make up things to discredit it so much.

7. mootu

Posts: 1530; Member since: Mar 16, 2017

Most people on the internet don't hate Windows 10, there is a very vocal minority mainly on tech sites who are afraid of change, what you seem to forget is that people who are happy with something don't complain. As for people moving , well Linux has 2% market share and Mac OS has 8% so yeah people must be deserting in droves (not). As for it being spyware Windows sends back to Microsoft the same info IOS sends to Apple or Android sends back to Google, but guess what, you can disable most of it. Try doing that with IOS or Android. Then you post an article from 2015 written by a disgruntled ex Microsoft employee as proof Windows 10 sucks. Yeah OK!

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