Microsoft Corporation is offering 128 GB Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core m3 and 4 GB of RAM at $749 instead of $899. This means the company is offering a discount of $150 on the Surface tablet even before Black Friday (November 25th) – a much-awaited event for which customers wait to take big discounts from the retailers. The offer (offers) from Microsoft cab be availed on its online and retail stores, and is a limited-period as it expires on Novemebr12th, notes Techtimes.
Huge discounts ahead of Black Friday
Also, Microsoft’s 128 GB Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i5 and 4 GB of RAM is now $899 instead of $999. Buy the tablet now and save $100. Microsoft has made this offer available in the US and Puerto Rico, and is not inclusive of taxes or any other fees. One customer can purchase a maximum of three Surface Pro tablet as per the term.
Microsoft Corporation has not slashed the price of 256 GB Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i5 and 8 GB of RAM, which comes with a price tag of $1299, but customer can save $100 on the special NFL type cover. Likewise, 256 GB Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i7 and 8 GB of RAM is still $1,599, but one can save $100 on the NFL type cover with this model, says Techtimes.
Also, the 256 GB Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i7 and 16 GB of RAM is still full price at $1,799. The NFL Type Cover offer is valid on this version too. Customer can avail the offer, only if they purchase the Surface Pro 4 together with the NFL Type cover between November 6 and November 13th. The offers don’t stop. Microsoft is also offering a discount of around $279 on Surface Pro 4 Essential bundles.
Costco will supposedly offer discount of $250 on the Surface Pro as 4 per its leaked Black Friday 2016 flyer. Meanwhile, Staples has also released its Black Friday offerings, which will include Window Laptops from various OEMs, HP All-in one PC, Surface Pro 4 among others.
Microsoft Surface Pro 5 to cone next year
In separate news, Microsoft Corporation is expected to come up with Surface Pro 5 in 2017, but there is no confirmed date yet. The Surface Pro 5 could bear a price tag of around $899, much depends on the specifications and features that are packed in the new Surface. The new gadget from Microsoft will compete with Apple devices, and could come with Intel’s next-gen Kaby Lake processors.
Intel has already indicated that new chip will be available by the end of 2016, explaining why Microsoft is planning to release Surface Pro by 2017.