Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Prices Drop Up To $200, Where To Buy One
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 sales keep coming and Microsoft Store, as well as other certified retail stores, are dishing out the biggest price drops. All news now are about the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 and many said that it is a little bit expensive compare to other firm's flagship. In order to get the attention of the audience, Microsoft is now allowing customers to save up to $200 when they buy mid or high-tier variations of the Surface Pro 4.
As reported by the International Business Times, if you are looking for a laptop or a tablet that is either i5 or i7 model, then this is your time to buy the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. Initially, the Surface Pro 4 i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD costs $999, but now you can it for just $799. The i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Surface Pro model from $1,499 is now $1,299 and the i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD variant reduce from $1,699 to $1,499.
The Surface Pro 4 sales are scheduled to start las week and will last until March 25. Aside from the $200 drop off on the latest Microsoft laplet, the firm also announced that they stack on top of a free Windows Store gift code promotion worth $25 that will ends March 31, longer than the sale period. Another good news is that the first-gen Intel Core i5, 8 GB Microsoft Surface Book is also on sale for just $1649, a $250 off.
A Quick Review On The Microsoft Surface Pro 4
According to Digital Trends, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has a strong performance in all features and areas. The design is very comfortable and easy to use and it gains a lot of improvement compare to the Surface Pro 3’s design. Aside from the added inches from 12 to 12.3, the display of the Surface Pro 4 has upped its pixel count to 2,736 x 1,824. Meaning, a total of 267 per inch was developed and that is far more than the needed pixel when it is used as a laptop.
The Surface Pen works well and it is very mighty. In fact, the Surface Pro 4 pen has four times sensitivity features than the pen released along with the Surface Pro 3. The speakers of the laplet are also loud and clear. The only low area of this Microsoft product is that its battery can drain quickly even if it is in still mode. However, "the Surface Pro 4 is the best 2-in-1 PC we’ve ever tested," said the review.
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