Surface Pro 4 being sold off for nearly $400 less

Discounts on consumer electronics could sometimes be quite appealing and that’s the case with one particular variant of Surface Pro 4 which has seen a price cut of nearly $400.

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with 512 GB storage, 16 GB RAM and powered by Intel Core i7 processor is being sold off for $1,804 instead of its retail price of $2,199 – a $395 discount – which is the highest till date we have ever seen. While we were a little late in spotting this deal on Amazon and quite a few units may have already been sold, there are only a couple of units left for you to get your hands on.

Other variants of Surface Pro 4 like the 512 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i5 is being sold for $1,720 marking a $179.99 discount. The 256 GB, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7 variant is being sold off for $1,649.99 marking a $149.01 discount. You can check out the other discounted variants here.

Some recent updates for Surface Pro 4

Microsoft issued some updates to Surface Pro recently focusing on the improving responsiveness of touch screen, as well as the performance of Surface pen.

Some of the prominent updates delivered included:

  • Driver updates for settings of surface pen
  • Driver updates for Front as well as Rear cameras
  • Intel driver update for CS12 host controller, AVStream Camera 2500, Imaging Signal Processor 2500, and HD Graphics 520.
  • Driver updates for surface touch in order to fix the issues of barrel button eraser, pen ink, as well as touch.

In addition to these, a Microsoft driver update of Surface System Aggregator Firmware was also done. This update provided stability of keyboard when the device is resumed from hibernate or standby mode.

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