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It's the perfect time to get your hands on the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, because the Microsoft Store has slashed the prices of the popular tablet by up to $350.00!

All models of the Surface Pro 4 now have a new lower price and we've listed each one below (the regular price reflects the Microsoft Store price before the price drop). For comparison, Best Buy has also matched the new Microsoft Store pricing.

This offer is available for a limited time only. The Microsoft Store offers free shipping on all orders.

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    • AbdullaA731 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:18 pm
      I'm not sure if the price drop means a new Surface is coming soon.
      Rumor has it that the Surface Pro 5 will release sometime in March, so seeing these sales from retailers especially from the Microsoft Store is a great indication that the successor will release soon.

      I've been wanting to get a Surface Pro for a while now but one thing that has turned me off from buying one is the battery life. I've done my research and have read many reviews on the Pro 4 and pretty much everyone has complained about the battery life. Microsoft claims you can get up to 9 hours of battery life on the Pro 4 but in real world usage, it's more like 5-7 hours. This is unacceptable especially for something that's considered a tablet first and foremost. Microsoft markets the Surface Pro as a portable PC with no compromises, but the battery life is a major compromise, especially if you're a student.

      It's obvious that the Pro 5 will use Intel's Kaby Lake processors which will provide better power efficiency, and hopefully this means Microsofts 9 hour battery claim comes true (without having to turn off many features, and reducing the screens brightness greatly).
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    • 5-7 hours is unacceptable for a portable device?
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    • Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:43 pm
      Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
      • 12.3-inch PixelSense multi-touch display with 2736 x 1824 resolution
      • Pen included
      • Build quality
      • Converts from tablet with built in stand
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:43 pm
      Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
      Please provide link to equivalent netbook. TIA
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:43 pm
      Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
      No you can't Hi Res screen, I5 or I7, bigger SSD and aluminum case. These don't come in a $400 netbook. These are $$$ I agree, but some of it is because of materials and high end items.
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:43 pm
      Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
      And I can get a destop pc with similar specs for a quarter of the price. Why are people paying so much for these netbooks? /s
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    • It's one of those things: One you get it, you cannot go back.

      I have a Lenovo yoga 2 pro for lap browsing when watching TV, i can never go back after getting the surface. Although the build qualities are both good, the surface is much more "lap-able". No heat, pin point accuracy with the stylus, windows hello, the list goes on....
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    • WH0WHAT wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:29 pm
      Rumor has it that the Surface Pro 5 will release sometime in March, so seeing these sales from retailers especially from the Microsoft Store is a great indication that the successor will release soon.

      I've been wanting to get a Surface Pro for a while now but one thing that has turned me off from buying one is the battery life. I've done my research and have read many reviews on the Pro 4 and pretty much everyone has complained about the battery life. Microsoft claims you can get up to 9 hours of battery life on the Pro 4 but in real world usage, it's more like 5-7 hours. This is unacceptable especially for something that's considered a tablet first and foremost. Microsoft markets the Surface Pro as a portable PC with no compromises, but the battery life is a major compromise, especially if you're a student.

      It's obvious that the Pro 5 will use Intel's Kaby Lake processors which will provide better power efficiency, and hopefully this means Microsofts 9 hour battery claim comes true (without having to turn off many features, and reducing the screens brightness greatly).
      Yeah, battery life is a problem. Kaby Lake will be one way they will solve that; the other is very likely a Surface 5 with a Snapdragon 835 running Windows 10 on ARM.

      Still, the SP4 is still a great device and $300 is nothing to sneeze at.
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:43 pm
      Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
      Using the pen to take notes is amazing, made reading over notes anywhere really simple, I own the sp3 and I absolutely Love it, but i bought mine before the sinking canadian dollar made prices go up, so it seemed like a good deal for me at the time. If you do not need the pen or will not be taking notes, I think there are other options in this price range
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    • Thanks for all the interesting perspectives, perhaps I spoke too soon. I guess it is one of those things that you love no matter what the cost. I never bought a mac because I thought the prices are too high for what you get, but I do have an iPhone that I love, so I guess I answer my own question.

      It seems a good netbook is quite expensive also! http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/hp- ... 7396c9en02
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    • Pretty much the same price at Staples, but I guess you can get coupon codes for Staples.
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 8:32 pm
      Thanks for all the interesting perspectives, perhaps I spoke too soon. I guess it is one of those things that you love no matter what the cost. I never bought a mac because I thought the prices are too high for what you get, but I do have an iPhone that I love, so I guess I answer my own question.

      It seems a good netbook is quite expensive also! http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/hp- ... 7396c9en02
      You are actually referring to ultrabooks. Netbooks are tiny slow $200-ish celeron machines with low-res screens... which is why your previous statement sounded so dubious.
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    • It looks like they're getting closer to release new Surface Pro 5 with 7th gen Intel processor (hopefully with USB-C/Thunderbolt3 port). I hope to see some discount on refurb units (at Microsoft). So far, they haven't discounted them yet. I would go for refurb SP4 with more discount or HP Spectre x360 13".
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    • Ultrabooks typically run in the $1k+ category. The general theme: You're essentially paying for competitive processing power in an ultra portable form factor with a decent 5+ hour battery life.

      Its very easy to pay much less ($600) to get something that will perform equally as well but you'll be looking at lugging 5 pounds of 1+ inch thickness in your daily commute.
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    • jg123 wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:43 pm
      Wow, I had no idea these were so expensive to start with. I can get a netbook with similar specs for less than half the price. Why are people paying so much for these tablets?
      shorfd wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 9:57 pm
      You are actually referring to ultrabooks. Netbooks are tiny slow $200-ish celeron machines with low-res screens... which is why your previous statement sounded so dubious.
      Ultrabooks typically run in the $1k+ category. The general theme: You're essentially paying for competitive processing power in an ultra portable form factor with a decent 5+ hour battery life.

      Its very easy to pay much less ($600) to get something that will perform equally as well but you'll be looking at lugging 5 pounds of 1+ inch thickness in your daily commute. Some people find this unacceptable and would rather pay the premium (myself included).
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    • ndy4eva wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 10:06 pm
      It looks like they're getting closer to release new Surface Pro 5 with 7th gen Intel processor (hopefully with USB-C/Thunderbolt3 port). I hope to see some discount on refurb units (at Microsoft). So far, they haven't discounted them yet. I would go for refurb SP4 with more discount or HP Spectre x360 13".

      Yeah right now there's only a $70 price diff between refurb and new, isntead of what used to be $370 price difference. I would have to assume refurbs are going to drop soon as well....
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    • tjindersingh wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 8:03 pm
      Still, the SP4 is still a great device and $300 is nothing to sneeze at.
      The Surface Pro line are great devices indeed, but when a person spends $1100+ on a device like the Surface Pro 4, battery life shouldn't be something they have to worry about. I mean come on, all that money for what's essentially a tablet and you only get an average of 6 hours of battery life on it? That's downright terrible.

      Even the Pro 3 had better battery life, Microsoft went backwards with the 4.
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    • WH0WHAT wrote:
      Jan 17th, 2017 7:29 pm
      Rumor has it that the Surface Pro 5 will release sometime in March, so seeing these sales from retailers especially from the Microsoft Store is a great indication that the successor will release soon.

      I've been wanting to get a Surface Pro for a while now but one thing that has turned me off from buying one is the battery life. I've done my research and have read many reviews on the Pro 4 and pretty much everyone has complained about the battery life. Microsoft claims you can get up to 9 hours of battery life on the Pro 4 but in real world usage, it's more like 5-7 hours. This is unacceptable especially for something that's considered a tablet first and foremost. Microsoft markets the Surface Pro as a portable PC with no compromises, but the battery life is a major compromise, especially if you're a student.

      It's obvious that the Pro 5 will use Intel's Kaby Lake processors which will provide better power efficiency, and hopefully this means Microsoft's 9 hour battery claim comes true (without having to turn off many features, and reducing the screens brightness greatly).
      The surface Pro has never been considered a tablet, it's considered a PC in a tablet form factor.. Unless your talking about the Surface R/T and non pro version of the surface, which were actual tablets that could run ARM based application. And the Pro 4 can could get 9 hours, if you actually took it down to power saver mode and reduced brightness and kept background processes to a minimum.. Something 90% of the consumer market doesn't know how/or will do. Our office has 9 of these, between all of our sales staff and typically unless they are doing some heavy presentations can have their entire day pass and not charge the device

      Even if you forget that, 7 hours is pretty comparable for what the device offers in its market space and is nothing to scoff about, since we live in a world where laptops still struggle to hit 3 hours
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