It's not rare to see Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 on sale, but occasionally a price is exceptionally low, making it hard to resist picking one up. That's the case at the moment, as the Surface Pro 7 starts at just $700 right now from the Microsoft Store, and that's including a Type Cover. This is one of the best prices we've seen on the Surface Pro 7, especially as part of a bundle that includes a Type Cover of your color of choice.
The entry-level Surface Pro 7 has a 10th Gen Intel Core i3 inside, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Those are admittedly modest specs, so you may want to jump up across the board. Luckily, the Surface Pro 7 with a Core i5, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage is also on sale. The Core i5 Surface Pro 7 is available in either black or platinum and comes bundled with a Type Cover for a total of $900.
Surface Pro 7
The original 2-in-1
These Surface Pro 7 bundles come with a Type Cover and are at some of the lowest prices we've ever seen for the 2-in-1.
The savings on the bundles include a discount on the 2-in-1 itself as well as the Type Cover. You can save $350 on the Core i5 models and $110 on the Type Cover, bringing the total savings up to $460.
The Core i5 model is a solid choice for most people. In his Surface Pro 7 review, our executive editor Daniel Rubino says that "For most users, the Core i5 Surface Pro 7 is the ideal choice." He also highlights that the Surface Pro 7 delivers "Exceptional performance for [the] Core i5 version." The Core i5 model of the Surface Pro 7 is fanless but gets better performance than the Core i7 Surface Pro 6.
If you don't need those specs but like the form factor of the Surface Pro 7, the entry-level variant is a great deal right now.
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Modest specs is an understatement 4gb of ram shouldn't be sold with modern PCs in todays markets. Your experience will be compromised opening a will have you using virtual memory.
For very light computing, 4GB is fine - but only for very light computing! The 8GB i5 version is a much better deal at $900 with the keyboard.
Waiting on a 16GB model fanless. 8 GB struggles every now and then at least with the 6.
I assume you mean you're waiting for the 16GB i5 to go on sale. There is one available but it's still $1200 without the keyboard at the MS Store.
Surface Pro 8 incoming perhaps?
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