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Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Drops to New Low $1150

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Black Friday is almost here, and there are plenty of deals to pick through already on some of our favorite hardware. We know it's not always easy to tell which discounts and offers are genuine, so we're sharing the best deals on tech we can find to make the shopping process a little easier.

Today we're sharing a deal we found on the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 tablet. We've got more deals on laptops and tablets you can explore, as well as a list of best laptops for 2020 if you want to see what specs are leading the market.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: was $1399, now $1150 @Amazon
The Microsoft Surface Pro 7 is a tablet PC with a 12.3" touchscreen. It has an Intel Core 5 processor and is currently priced at a new all-time low at Amazon according to the price history data from PCPartPicker.View Deal

This tablet features a 12.3-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 2736 x 1824. It's designed for portability and has a battery with an expected life of 10.5 hours, according to the specs.

This tablet comes with a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor. It has 16GB of memory and an internal SSD with 256 GB of storage space. 

Visit the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 product page on Amazon for more spec details, reviews and checkout options.      

  • nofanneeded
    With intel Xe Graphics coming soon to MS notebooks , no one with a brain would buy any portable machine with non Xe integrated graphics now ...
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  • Shadowclash10
    nofanneeded said:
    With intel Xe Graphics coming soon to MS notebooks , no one with a brain would buy any portable machine with non Xe integrated graphics now ...

    Not necessarily: A. I would say the vast majority of people who would consider a Surface Pro 7 in the first place probably aren't concerned about it's graphical performance. B. if you can find it at a good deal, go for it. This is just like saying, oh look, x new product launched, and it is faster than the old product depending on your use case, but you should never buy the older product even if it's price dropped?
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  • nofanneeded
    Shadowclash10 said:
    Not necessarily: A. I would say the vast majority of people who would consider a Surface Pro 7 in the first place probably aren't concerned about it's graphical performance. B. if you can find it at a good deal, go for it. This is just like saying, oh look, x new product launched, and it is faster than the old product depending on your use case, but you should never buy the older product even if it's price dropped?

    This is a huge leap in intel integrated graphics ... not just a new product with some 10% increase in GPU only.

    also MS Surface Pro 7 is a Tablet , and Tablets suffer alot from low GPU performance . the Xe is a huge leap for any windows Tablet ...
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