Microsoft's Surface lineup turns 10 years old in June 2022. The flagship device from the family of PCs, the Surface Pro 8, is currently discounted through the Microsoft Store. Building off almost a decade of innovation and improvements, the Surface Pro 8 is one of the best Windows laptops. Right now, you can order a Surface Pro 8 for up to $300 off.
All models of the Surface Pro 8 are discounted at the moment. The Intel Core i5 model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage costs $900, which is a lower starting price for the Surface Pro 8 than we've seen up to this point. The highest-end Surface Pro 8, the Intel Evo Core i7 version with 32GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage is $200 off (now $2,400).
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As Microsoft's flagship 2-in-1 PC, the Surface Pro 8 builds off 10 years of innovation by the company. The device features a 120Hz display, supports the Slim Pen 2 with haptics, and has thinner bezels than its predecessor. It also has great speakers, an improved webcam, and support for Thunderbolt 4.
As is often the case with Surface devices, the largest discount is on the middle model of the device. The Intel Evo Core i5 version with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage is $1,100, down $300 from its normal price.
The Surface Pro 8 improves on its predecessor in several key areas. The newer Surface has thinner bezels, a 120Hz display, and support for Thunderbolt 4. It also works with the Slim Pen 2 with haptics and has an improved webcam that can auto-adjust white balance.
"Luckily for fans of Surface Pro, the new Surface Pro 8 is effectively flawless," said our executive editor Daniel Rubino in his review. "Sure, battery life can always be better, but between the new design, larger 120Hz display, new Slim Pen 2 with storage, thinner bezels, and much more, well, it is easily the most exciting update to the most iconic Surface."
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