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NEW Microsoft Surface Pro 7 – 12.3" Touch-Screen - 10th Gen Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 128GB SSD (Latest Model) – Platinum with Black Type Cover - 769$

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Good deal for those who missed out on the Costco bf deal or for those that don't need the pen.
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The lowest model should come standard with 512gb of ssd, this is pathetic considering how cheap ssds are now.
You do realize that this isn't a standard SSD and Microsoft is the first company to utilize the smallest SSD available in the market 1.2 Inches (30mm)
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Good deal if you don't have a local micro center. They sell it for 700. Btw I have one and it's great
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You do realize that this isn't a standard SSD and Microsoft is the first company to utilize the smallest SSD available in the market 1.2 Inches (30mm)
With the size of the surface they should be using m.2 ssds, it makes no sense to use a even smaller sized ssd and give you less storage space. 128gb of space is basically nothing by today's standards and you can't upgrade it. 128gb is really like 60gb after you take into account the OS. Terrible buy.
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The lowest model should come standard with 512gb of ssd, this is pathetic considering how cheap ssds are now.
Honestly I'd even be fine with 256gb as the minimum.

It still blows my mind companies are selling laptops (including the surface go) with 4gb of RAM in 2019/20.
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The lowest model should come standard with 512gb of ssd, this is pathetic considering how cheap ssds are now.
Nonsense. 256GB, I'd agree, but most people will never use 512GB.
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Just buy used, these are crap specs. And don't buy a Surface for Photoshop or art, N-Trig digitizer tech is still unreliable!
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Good deal if you don't have a local micro center. They sell it for 700. Btw I have one and it's great
Do you have the link for micro center?
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Do you have the link for micro center?
It's in store only and I was told that it may vary store to store. It used to be online but not anymore
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It's in store only and I was told that it may vary store to store. It used to be online but not anymore
Oh man I didn't want to have drive over and check I guess I'll have to now... What was the told for you?
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Just buy used, these are crap specs. And don't buy a Surface for Photoshop or art, N-Trig digitizer tech is still unreliable!
What do you reccomend for art
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125GB is too little. I'll wait for specs to increase.
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