Surface Pro X with SQ2 processor down to one of its lowest prices ever

Surface Pro X Sq2 Logo
Surface Pro X Sq2 Logo (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

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.

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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2 Comments
  • $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?