Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Price Cut by $250

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Discounted Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Due to the Approaching Microsoft Surface Pro 5?

Apparently, the not-yet-revealed Microsoft Surface Pro 5 has made an impact on its older sibling’s price tag. Microsoft has decided to slash the price of Microsoft Surface Pro 4 by $250 after announcing the release date of the fifth Surface Pro a couple of days ago. Like a drop on price tag isn’t enough, the giant tech company also gives away a free Surface Dock for the buyers of Surface Pro 4. So, what’s the deal about all these “humble” offers by Microsoft?

Microsoft is currently offering a discount of $250 for several variants of Surface Pro 4 available on Microsoft store. Potential buyers can even get this attractive savings along with a free Surface Dock. Let’s check out the following list of discounted Microsoft Surface Pro 4:

  • Price cut of $100 ($899 to $799): Surface Pro that is powered by Intel Core M chipset, 4GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage
  • Price cut of $250 ($999 to $749): the Intel Core i5 chipset model with 4Gb of RAM and 128GB of storage
  • Price cut of $250 ($1,299 to $1,049 ): the Intel Core i5 chipset model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage
  • Price cut of $250 ($1599 to $1,349): the Intel Core i7 with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage
  • Price cut of $250 ($1799 to $1,549): the Intel Core i7 with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage

Yes, Microsoft is practically giving away their Microsoft Surface Pro 4. Isn’t that a good news or what? Don’t forget that we can expect to get a free Surface Dock worth of $199 as well, to add to those great price drops. The Surface Dock features an audio jack, an Ethernet port, two mini Display Ports and four USB 3.0 port. However, this offer has its time limit as well, so we’d better act fast if we want the great deal.

 

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This is not the first time for Microsoft to offer such an attractive offer. The Redmond giant has done the same at the end of the previous month. Since then, it is rumored that the release date of the newer version of Surface Pro is finally around the corner. To Microsoft, Surface Pro is known as “the tablet that can replace your PC.” If the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is already that great, isn’t it normal to expect the upcoming Microsoft Surface Pro 5 to be the best?