One of Best Buy's deals of the day today is the Surface Pro X. This model, which includes 16GB RAM and a 256GB solid state drive, is on sale for $949.99 through Best Buy (opens in new tab). That's a huge drop in price considering it normally can sell for as much as $1,300. Of course, the drop is temporary and there will be a whole slate of new deals tomorrow. You'll definitely want to grab it if you're interested, and don't hesitate too long or it may be gone.
Best Buy isn't the only place you can find Surface Pro X deals today, though. In fact, Best Buy's deal seems roughly inspired by a larger sale going on at Microsoft (opens in new tab) because Best Buy's model is conveniently $50 cheaper than what the same version is going for at Microsoft. Still, if you want to save money on a different version of the Pro X check out the Microsoft store. It has models on sale for as low as $799.99.
Unfortunately, the sale at either retailer does not include the LTE versions, only the Wi-Fi versions. Also, while the Microsoft sale does include three different models, it doesn't include the entry-level version which is still going for $900, or the most expensive model, which clocks in at $1,650. A similar sale on Prime Day saw the entry-level Pro X drop as low as $700, but outside of that all of these prices are better than what we saw during the summer's big sales event.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X Sale up to $300 off (opens in new tab)
Pick from three different models. They are all on sale and all down to the lowest prices we've seen this summer (except for the one on sale at Best Buy, of course, but that one won't last as long as these deals will).
Read Daniel Rubino's review of the Surface Pro X. He gave it 4 stars out of 5 and said it "delivers the most exciting design for the Surface Pro yet." He added, "for those who need a thinner convertible PC with LTE, long battery life, inking, more modern design, and who work primarily with ARM64 or UWP apps, the Surface Pro X worthwhile."
J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.
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