Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is supposed to release soon and prices are being slashed for the older Microsoft Surface Pro 3 variants. The prices of specific models of the Surface Pro 3 have been reduced by as much as $300.
The regular customers can enjoy up to $150 in savings and students and educators and reduce an additional $150 from the price tag of several Surface Pro tablets. There will also be a free protective sleeve and free shipping thrown in for customers all throughout Labor Day.
In case you don’t know about it, Microsoft Surface Pro 4 release date is just around the corner. Most tech analysts have scheduled the release date for October and rumors indicate that the new device is coming in two different variants besides the usual storage options that were already available.
The Surface Pro 3 is no loser however; it comes with a variety of storage options, starting from 64GB all the way up to 512GB and comes with 4GB and 8GB RAM combinations, depending on the model that you purchase.
There are various models which run the Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors and with the various combinations available, potential buyers get a variety of options available for what they wish to purchase. The Surface Pro 3 models which are on the higher end have received a price cut of $150 while the models on the lower range have received price cuts up to $100. Keep in mind that these are permanent price reductions and not just intended for Labor Day.
An additional $150 is being slashed from the price of some models which coincides with the period before the start of the New School Year. As a result, if you are a student or a teacher, you can avail up to $300 in savings, which is pretty sweet!
As mentioned before, everyone gets a free protective sleeve and free shipping while purchasing the device through Labor Day. If you are specifically looking for Surface Pro 3, now is the perfect time to grab it. However, keep in mind that Surface Pro 4 will be releasing soon, so you could save up and purchase that model later.
The specifications of the new tablet are not clear but rumors indicate that it could have a 13-14inch screen and run on Intel’s newly released Skylake Processor. With this new processor, the device will sport a whole new level of performance and speed. Hence, make sure that you don’t have any regrets later.
In the meantime, in case you are about to purchase the Surface Pro 3, here are some worthy accessories that you can look at. First up, is the Cleanint Cleancable is priced around $19.99 and it can attach to the Surface Pro 3 power brick, or any other power brick and it should help the buyer organize their unwieldy charging brick cables.
All you need to do is snap the Cleancable on the flat surface of the power brick. Next, you need to flip up the two legs and then wrap the cables around the legs. The built-in cable clamp can be used to fasten the cable to it. With its help, you can just keep all of it as a neat bundle and place it inside your computer bag.
Meanwhile, a lot of people hate the tiny trackpad in the Surface Type Cover and basically don’t prefer typing on it. For them, Logitech has introduced their Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard. It is available at around 50 dollars and connects through Bluetooth while including a channel where the user can prop up a channel or a smart phone.