Discounts on the Surface Pro 4 haven't been hard to find, but if you have yet to pick one up, Microsoft has another tempting offer on the table. Right now, you can save up to $150 on select Surface Pro 4 models (opens in new tab) at the Microsoft Store, making it a bit easier to jump on the Surface wagon (via Neowin).
The full $150 discount is up for grabs on three models from the mid-range to the top end. Meanwhile, the entry-level Intel Core m3 model has received a much more modest $50 discount. Here's a look:
- 128GB / Intel Core m3 - $749
- 128GB / Intel Core i5 / 4GB RAM - $849
- 256GB / Intel Core i7 / 8GB RAM - $1,349
- 256GB / Intel Core i7 / 16GB RAM - $1,549
The only model not receiving a discount is the middle-of-the-road Intel Core i5 model with 256GB of storage and 8GB of ram. Still, there's a decent selection of discounts here. The sale prices are set to last through May 13, so you've got some time to decide. But if you're ready to pull the trigger, you can hit up the Microsoft Store now.
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I am waiting for BUILD to see what the new Surface has to offer.
What new Surface? do you mean the one aimed at education?
I was talking about this: http://www.windowscentral.com/microsofts-new-surface-pro-might-just-be-r...
hello. if you are a student the m3 version drops to $719 and the core i7 drops to $1529.10.
That core M is overpriced.
It losts its wow factor ...... a year ago.
I really wish the i7 lines would start at least $999 :( i cant afford anything higher...
just got this and the student discount takes off an extra 100$ making the grand total 649.00$ for just the computer. 98$ for the keyboard. price matched for the keyboard and got 30$ off.
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