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The Surface Pro 4 is now even more affordable at Staples

Staples is currently offering up to $150 off various configurations of the Surface Pro 4 (opens in new tab). These 12.3-inch tablets are super portable and quite powerful, allowing you to get all your work done on the go without carrying around a bulky laptop. Depending on your needs, you can grab one with up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage on a solid state drive.

If typing on the screen isn't your thing you can always pick up Microsoft's Type Cover (opens in new tab) which allows the tablet to dock into a full-sized keyboard to crank out those emails and documents on the go. Don't wait too long if you are in need of a new computer though, as we don't know how long these deals will last.

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Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.

  • Nice
  • they are also TOO EXPENSIVE ...
  • i wonder which deal is better..the bestbuy $100 student coupon deal or this one. 128gb 4gb i3 or i5 will do just for me.
  • Have BestBuy price match Staples and use the $100 off student coupon as well.
  • I wish MS would just keep the same price but include a voucher for the type cover of your choice. I mean, it is a nice tablet, but already a little expensive. Having that added $100+ for a keyboard makes it a rather hard sell for normal people.
  • The surface is more than a little expensive, but in no way would I consider it overpriced. I agree they should start bundling the keyboard with the tablet, even if it means raising the price.
  • WindowsCentral did cover this very good but less expensive type cover for the Surface Pro 4:
  • I don't feel its as expensive as it used to be compared to the competition. Compared to the iPad Pro 12" model with the same storage capacity (128GB of the base model of the Surface Pro 4) then its £799 for the iPad Pro and £749 for the Surface Pro 4 and thats not including the cost of the Apple Pencil which is a further £79 on top as you obviously get the stylus with the Surface Pro 4. Yes you could buy a cheaper Android tablet and there's nothing wrong with that but the screen will be smaller and with the Android and iOS tablets you will always be looking for cut down/restricted 'app' versions of the applications you run on your desktop. Of course it depends on what you want from it, you may be happy with that but if you're spending the money on an iPad Pro for example why not spend less and get more productivity out of an SP4? To me this is the competitior for the SP4, there are plenty of smaller ATOM powered Windows 10 tablets that can also compete with those cheaper Android tablets and still offer greater productivity. This was the decision I came to and was fortunate enough that my partner came into a bit of cash and bought a pair of i5 SP4's to replace our aging iPad 3rd gen tablets which had significantly slowed in performance with each new OS update. To me Apple and Android will eventually get left behind for being limited devices. Offers pop all all the time, if this is in preparation for the SP5 then so be it, I'm happy with my SP4 and wanted to get my hands on one for a long time, but it may just be a regional offer, in the UK John Lewis are offering £50 off the keyboard cover if you buy it as a bundle with the SP4.
  • I rather grab one of these before the Staple Company "staple" the price....Niceeee**Pari**
  • hmm folks it looks like it's -"Surface Pro 5"- time. Microsoft will kill off making the Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 tablet hybrids and there will be the cheaper Surface Pro 4 and more expensive Surface Pro 5 tablet/Laptop and maybe a new ATOM CPU or Pentium Celeron CPU 500 dollar  brand new Surface 4- 12 inch screen tablet economy Tablet  
  • Ahhhh.... Its nice to know that the Surface 5's are comming soon.