Remember that the $600 premium discount Amazon offered a few weeks ago on One of the most expensive Surface Pro 8 configurations Abroad? Although the Intel Core i7-powered tablet didn’t quite fall into affordable territory, the bonkers bargain disappeared pretty quickly, presumably because of high demand.
Unfortunately, we’re not here today to report that this record price cut is back… and we may not find ourselves in such a situation anytime soon either. But we can tell you all about the smaller price cut available at the time of writing on a cheaper version of Microsoft’s iPad Pro alternative released in fall 2021.
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Cool on Tuesday, October 11, the e-commerce giant can already hook you up with a graphite-coated Surface Pro 8 with Intel Evo Core i5 processing power, 8GB of RAM, and a fast 256GB SSD for a whopping $330. Under its $1199.99 price tag.
As far as we know, this is the biggest discount ever offered by a major US retailer like Amazon on a select Surface Pro 8 model, and you don’t need a Prime membership to take advantage of the ultra early holiday promotion.
As you can imagine, the discounted price doesn’t include the Type Cover keyboard, the Surface Pen, or any other productivity-enhancing accessories, but even by itself, the 13-inch Surface Pro 8 undoubtedly beats the vast majority of… The best tablets
There from this perspective.
Full support for Windows 11 is undoubtedly the main selling point of this bad boy and its big power over the likes of Apple’s 2021 iPad Pro or the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 family, but the aforementioned Intel chip, memory count, and SSD are not.
Then you have a beautiful PixelSense touchscreen with 120Hz refresh rate capabilities and minimal bezels, plus excellent battery life and a largely unparalleled pair of versatile USB-C ports with the latest Thunderbolt 4 technology. What more could you want in less than Nine Benjamins?
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