Microsoft cuts $150 off entry-level Surface Pro 4; now $749, but you'll have to be quick

If you've had your eye on a Surface Pro 4, and you're not too fussed about high-end specs, you might want to get your credit card ready.

Microsoft has slashed $150 off the entry-level model, which usually costs $899, reducing its price to $749. That model features an Intel Core m3 processor, along with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Like other Surface Pro 4 models, it also comes with a Surface Pen - which will be very handy for the new and improved inking features in the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update - but the Type Cover keyboard is sold separately, priced at $129.99.

However, if you're thinking of grabbing the device at this discounted price, don't wait too long. The deal ends today, July 24, and is available only in the United States (including Puerto Rico).

You can also combine the deal with another offer available for all Surface Pro 4 models. Until September 3, you can get $50 off the $199 Surface Dock when purchasing any Surface Pro 4.

Source: Microsoft Store

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