Right now, you can grab the Surface Pro X with an SQ2 processor for $300 off through the Microsoft Store. The sale brings the price of the version with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage down to $1,200. If you bump up to the model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, the discounted price is $1,500.
The Surface Pro X is a thin-and-light 2-in-1 built to last all day. It's a Windows 10 on ARM PC that got 8-10 hours of battery life in our real-world testing. Thanks to its form factor and the fact that it can connect through LTE, it's a versatile PC that's easy to take on the go.
Thin and light Surface
An excellent Windows 10 on ARM PC
The Surface Pro X with an SQ2 processor is one of the best Windows 10 on ARM PCs you can buy. It's thin, light, and supports LTE connectivity. Right now, you can grab it for $300 off from Microsoft.
When Microsoft refreshed the Surface Pro X with the SQ2 processor, it also added the option to get it in platinum, a favorite color among many Surface owners. The sale through the Microsoft Store discounts the Surface Pro X with an SQ2 in either platinum or black. If you don't mind jumping back another generation, the Surface Pro X with an SQ1 processor is also $300 off, bringing its starting price down to just $800.
The Surface Pro X doesn't just stand out for its battery life. In his Surface Pro X (2020) review, our executive editor Daniel Rubino said that the "Surface Pro X easily has the best webcam on any laptop. Period." It also works with the Surface Slim Pen and all of the best Surface Pro X accessories.
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$1200 for that is still a joke. I can go pickup an M1 MacBook air did $850 that runs Windows way better and has a keyboard. What a trainwreck.
Does that MacBook Air have inking capabilities or the option for LTE?
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