Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 with Intel i5, 4GB of RAM and 128GB SDD is just $849
The Microsoft Store in the U.S. is currently selling the model of its Surface Pro 4 tablet with an Intel i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of SSD storage for $849 (opens in new tab), a $150 savings off its normal $999 price tag.
At the moment, this is the only version of the 12.3-inch tablet that's on sale at the U.S. Microsoft Store (via Neowin) and the discount is slated to end on September 24. However, the price of this model with the Intel i5 CPU is currently cheaper than the $899 version with the less powerful Intel m3 processor.
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By Jez Corden
If we apply your logic to the smartphone industry, then Apple would stop making iPhones, because there are plenty of smartphone manufacturers. Despite that, Apple is the one many companies look up to and imitate. Just like many companies look up to and imitate the Surface's form factor and looks.
Additionally, Surface makes money. It works, it brings in profit, it pleases shareholders. It's the best in it's class. It generates publicity for the company as a whole. What company would want to get rid of a product like that?
Give me reason mate.