Microsoft's After-Holiday Discounts Begin To Unfold
With the upcoming release of Surface Pro 5, it is plausible that Microsoft would want to sell the previous models as quickly as possible. For this reason, the company has embarked upon phenomenal discounts for its fans to enjoy and avail. Surface tablets and laptops are amongst Microsoft's most striking products and a discount on them has made customers happy go lucky.
According to Tech Times, the company tries to boost its sales of Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book so that consumers can enjoy the stylish models in much lower prices now. Featuring an impressive 256 GB storage capacity, 8 GB of RAM and functioning on the Intel Core i5 processor, the Surface Pro 4 can be bought in all its black glory with a new decreased price of $1,200.
With a remarkable battery life of nine hours, the 1 TB storage capacity model is just exactly what the professionals needed to store large amounts of data. The model's price has gone down a good $2,400. Running on Windows 10 Pro and including a surface pen, the Surface Book has also seen a decrease in its hefty price, according to PC-Tablet.
The model boasts some of the same specifications as the Surface Pro 4, but it has added advantages, bringing it to a $1,650 after a reduction of more than fifty percent.The 13.5-inch flashy screen provides an experience like no other as it can easily serve as your laptop. On top of that, its resolution is believed to be higher than Apple's MacBook Pro 13 even.
Now if someone wants improved features in the model like an Intel Core i7 processor or 1 TB storage capacity, they need to hurry as the markets are getting out of stock. No one knows when the new replacements will arrive if there are any. The Surface Book model sporting 8 GB storage and 16 GB RAM just got $400 less pricey too.
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