Surface Pro 7 discounted to under $600 through the Microsoft Store

The Surface Pro 7
The Surface Pro 7 (Image credit: Windows Central)

Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 is up to $400 off right now through the Microsoft Store. Discounts range from $150 to $400. The entry-level model with an Intel Core i3, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage is $600. Arguably the best deal on a Surface Pro 7 is the Intel Core i5 model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for $800.

The Surface Pro 7 isn't the latest model from its lineup. That honor falls on the recently launched Surface Pro 8. While Microsoft's newer 2-in-1 improves on its predecessor in several ways, the Surface Pro 7 is still a solid device. It was only February 2020 that our executive editor Daniel Rubino called the convertible "Microsoft's king of the 2-in-1s" in his Surface Pro 7 review.

Surface Pro 7

Surface Pro 7

The Surface Pro 7 is a convertible that's a great choice for everyday computing. It's a bit older at this point but is still an excellent 2-in-1.

If you want compatibility with older Surface accessories, the Surface Pro 7 is one of your best options. The Surface Pro 8 has a redesigned body, meaning it requires a newer Surface Keyboard. The Surface Pro 7 has the same general body shape as the Surface Pro 4, 5, and 6.

Stock varies depending on the color that you choose. The only configuration available for black models is the version with an Intel Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. Gray Surface Pro 7s are available in a wider range, including models with Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors.

Since the Surface Pro 7 is getting older, you can pick one up for significantly less than its launch price. The price jump between the entry-level Surface Pro 7 and the most affordable Surface Pro 8 is even larger because Microsoft doesn't have a Core i3 version of the Surface Pro 8.

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