Grab the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 for just $600 during Cyber Monday

Grab the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 for just $600 during Cyber Monday

This Cyber Monday, you have another chance at checking out amazing deals if, for some reason, you weren’t able to grab them during Black Friday season, which wrapped up on Friday (although some deals came up on Saturday as well). One of the things you could be interested in getting is a new laptop or tablet, and oh boy, you have several options to choose from. The Microsoft Surface Pro 7 is one of the headlining devices from Microsoft right now. Despite being a tablet first and a laptop second, it runs Windows 10 and has an x86 processor, so you can use it just like you would use a normal computer if you wanted to. Oh, and did I mention it’s just $600 on Best Buy right now?

    Surface Pro 7
    The Surface Pro 7 comes with a 10th generation Intel Core i3 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, and being made in-house by Microsoft, comes with a pure, no-frills Microsoft experience in a 12.3-inch tablet.

The Surface Pro 7, admittedly, is not the best performing device out of the bunch. It has an Intel Core i3-1005G1, a 10th generation processor with 2 cores and 4 threads. It isn’t exactly the best thing out there, but it should be able to perform pretty solidly, all things considered, and especially given the device’s small display size at 12.3 inches. It also has 4 GB of RAM as well as a 128 GB SSD to keep your experience as fast and steady as it gets.

But of course, what you’re looking for in a Surface device is a Microsoft-cured Windows experience, and this is exactly what you get with the Surface Pro 7: a Microsoft-made tablet running full Windows 10 with no extra bloatware added, and the Surface Pro 7 delivers.

While the device has an MSRP of $960 on Best Buy, but it normally retails for roughly $750. Still, $150 of savings on a laptop is pretty good, all things considered. If you’re looking for a device that will perform well and something that comes with Microsoft’s own seal of approval, then you should look no further than this device right here. Be sure to take it while stocks last, though, because it could be gone soon!

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