Black Friday 2018 brings nice Surface Pro 4 discounts in the Store

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Surface Pro 4 deals on Black Friday 2018 [Update]

If you want to buy a Surface Pro 4 device this year, look no further. While the Surface Pro 4 is no longer listed on Microsoft’s Black Friday list, we found it somewhere else.

Follow the links available below for more information about four  interesting Surface Pro 4 hardware configurations:

  1. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 
    • (256 GB, 8 GB RAM, Intel Core i5)
  2. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 SU3-00001
    • 12.3-Inch Laptop (2.2 GHz Core M, 4GB RAM, 128 GB memory , Windows 10 Pro), Silver
  3. Microsoft Surface Pro 4
    • (512 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7e)
  4. Microsoft Surface Pro 4
    • (256 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7e)

Microsoft launched the Surface Pro 4 three years ago. Meanwhile, the company launched the Surface Pro 6, a powerful 2-in-1 device that’s ultra light, versatile and suitable for intense multitasking.

For more information about the Black Friday 2018 Surface deals, you can check out this buying guide.


You can read the original report below.

Do you want to buy a Surface Pro 4 device? If the answers is yes, we have a piece of good news for you: Microsoft is offering huge Surface Pro 4 discounts on Black Friday.

Xbox Live Gold members can already order their favorite Surface Pro 4 device as they already got early Black Friday access starting from November 18. Early access for Xbox Live Gold members ends on November 22.

Black Friday opens to all Microsoft fans on November 24 and brings huge discounts for all Microsoft products. For example, you can purchase your favorite Xbox One games at discounts that go up to 85%.

Black Friday Surface Pro 4 deals

Starting from November 24, you can save $280 on Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i5, 256GB storage and 8GB RAM if you purchase it from the Windows Store. Moreover, you can save up to $425 with the Surface Pro 4 Holiday Bundle.

The Surface Pro 4 with Intel Core i5, 128 GB SSD and 4 GB has a $799 pricetag and the Surface Book with Intel Core i5, 128 GB SSD, 8GB RAM costs $1,499.

The Windows Store is not the only place where you can purchase a Surface Pro 4 device from. For example, the Surface Pro 4 bundle, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM, Intel Core m3, Alcantara Signature Type Cover, from BestBuy can be yours for $599, down from $999.

If you’re still not convinced you should purchase a Surface Pro 4 device, check out this review:

I bought the core i5 128gb 4gb RAM model and its performance is great! I am able to have lots of windows open at once and practically no buffering. Also it has very little fan noise. I got the signature type cover and it feels great. There is just a joy in typing with it and the trackpad is awesome. The pen feels great and writes very well. I can play games and Cortana is awesome. Battery Life is alright and brightness is good. Don’t worry about tripping over the charging wire, it’ll come right out.

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2016 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.

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