Deal: Microsoft has cut prices on the Surface Pro 8

Microsoft is cutting prices on the Surface Pro 8. So, if you're in the market for the latest model of the popular 2-in-1 PC, then you might want to head over to the Microsoft Store online, as prices are currently up to $300 off on certain models.

Looking at the cheapest deals, right now, with the Microsoft price cut, you can pick up a base model Platinum-colored Surface Pro 8 for $900 instead of $1,200. That's a $200 savings. It's the Core i5 model, with 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD. Other discounted models can be seen below.

  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i5/8GB RAM/ 256 GB SSD: $1,000 instead of $1,200- Save $200
  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i5/16GB RAM/ 256GB SSD: $1,190 instead of $1,400 - Save $210
  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i5/8GB RAM/ 512 GB SSD: $1,100 instead of $1,400 - Save $300
  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i7/ 16GB RAM/ 256GB SSD: $1,400 instead of $1,600- Save $200
  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i7/16GB RAM/ 512GB SSD: $1,700 instead of $1,900- Save $200
  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i7/ 16GB RAM/ 1TB SSD: $1,954 instead of $1,200 - Save $246
  • Platinum Intel Evo Core i7/ 32GB RAM/ 1TB SSD: $2,400 instead of $2,600 - Save $200

On the Graphite model, meanwhile, you can grab an Intel Evo Core i5 model, with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, for $970, instead of $1,200, for a savings of $230. Discounts on the Graphite models can be seen below. There aren't as many deals are on the Platinum version.

  • Graphite Intel Evo Core i5/ 16GB RAM/ 256GB SSD: $1,189 instead of $1,400 - Save $210
  • Graphite Intel Evo Core i5/ 8GB RAM/ 512GB SSD: $1,099 instead of $1,400 - Save $300
  • Graphite Intel Evo Core i7/ 16GB RAM/ 256GB SSD: $1,400 instead of $1,600 - Save $200
  • Graphite Inel Evo Core i7/ 16GB RAM/ 512GB SSD: $1,700 instead of $1,900 - Save $200

The Surface Pro 8 was originally released at the end of 2021, on October 5. These deals can offer you a good chance to save and get a Signature Type Cover with a Slim Pen 2, which is usually priced at $180. Feel free to check out our review, too, where we found it as the king of the detachable.

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