If you are in the market for one of the best windows tablets you can buy right now, you may have trouble choosing between the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Pro X, both of which have been on sale at surprisingly high discounts in recent months.
But despite its advanced age and the fact that Microsoft has technically discontinued this model, the 2019 released Surface Pro 7 should definitely be considered too… at the right price. Like $529.99.
That’s not as affordable as the Surface Go 3, but it’s below an original MSRP of $749 in brand new, unused, unopened and undamaged condition with a full 1 year manufacturer’s warranty included. The icing on the cake is an ever-handy Surface Pen thrown in by Woot at no extra cost, essentially bringing your total savings to $320.
That’s if you’re willing to settle for an entry-level configuration with an Intel Core i3 processor and 4 gigabytes of RAM, with an upgrade to an i5 variant with 8GB of memory that will set you back just $70 more while retaining more. the Surface Pen freebie.
At $599.99, that undeniably powerful and multitasker-friendly Surface Pro 7 model is marked a massive $400 total, easily beating any comparable offering in recent (and distant) memory.
While the Intel Core chips are clearly not very new, this 12.3-inch bad boy certainly isn’t showing its age in many departments, with a nice PixelSense display with a resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels, which lasts up to 10.5 hours. on a single charge in “typical” use, rocking a premium unibody magnesium construction, and your choice of 4 or 8 GB of RAM with a fast 128 GB solid-state drive.
Sure, Microsoft’s 2019 powerhouse can’t hold a candle to Apple’s latest iPad Pro beasts, but when you compare this to iPad Air from 2022 or Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, you may not be able to reject its value proposition if you consider everything, including Windows 11 productivity.