Dec 26, 2016 07:07 AM EST
Surface Pro 4 Deals: Up to $280 Off from Microsoft and Retail Stores; Surface Pro 5 Details Here!
The ultrathin and versatile Surface Pro 4 gets major price cut from Microsoft and big retailers. Find out more!
Surface Pro 4 Deals at Microsoft Store
Microsoft Store offers 12 days of promotions that saves users up to $20 for selected Surface Pro 4 models. For every purchase, buyer can get Type Cover for free (US only). The professional-grade tablet being offered at Microsoft Store is the 128 GB model and Intel Core i5.
Surface Pro 4 Deals at Amazon
The US-based retailer now offers Surface Pro 4 for just $677 for its entry level model with 4GB RAM. It is by far the lowest cost you can pay since the original sells for $800.
The all-in-one device with 8GB RAM is being offered at $987.95 after getting a huge price cut up to 23 percent.
The Canadian consumers can also purchase Surface Pro 4 at a much affordable price as the Windows 10 Pro device with Intel core i5 and 4GB specs currently sells for $999 CAD, according to Phone Arena. Walmart offers the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Pro 3 at affordable price, as both variants get discounts up to $280.
Will we see any Surface Pro 5 next year?
With the huge price slashes for Surface Pro 4 and Surface Pro 3, many have speculated that Microsoft plans to unveil its successor next year. Surface Pro 5 reportedly packs more impressive display with PixelSense technology and 4K capability. The upcoming tablet iteration is said to be equipped by Windows 10 Redstone 2 and armed with Kaby Lake processor.
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The fifth Surface Pro device will bring more power with the new CPU architecture and a more integrated Surface Pen with rechargeable feature. Surface Pro 5 is expected to be priced at $899 depending on the special configurations.
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