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Best Buy - Surface Pro 7 i3 4GB RAM 128GB SSD W/ TypeCover (no Pen) - $599

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Best Buy has the lowest end latest surface pro 7 + Type Cover on sale for $599 + tax

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/micr...Id=6374985

Specs:
- 10th Gen Core i3
- 4GB Memory
- 128GB SSD
- Type Cover Included
- USB C Port
- No Pen

Personally I wouldn't get a computer with 4GB RAM these days but this is still a great deal for light work and browsing the web.

For a better Surface Pro version I would go with this deal (it also comes with the pen):
https://slickdeals.net/f/14131652-new-microsoft-surface-pro-7-bundle-10th-gen-intel-core-i5-2736-x-1824-display-windows-10-platinum-at-800-from-24-june-at-costco?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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I guess it's suitable if you only have one web page open at a time and use nothing but a web browser Smilie j/k
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The Costco deal is absolute minimum anyone should get for surface. Bit over $100 more if you were planning to get pen anyway but you go from useless 4GB for most, to somewhat usable 8GB for many people, and you get double warranty (or quadruple if paying with Costco visa) so think of it as 1 year device vs 4 years for $200 more with bonus pen.

If you are that tight on budget don't get surface - the $600 lenovo flex 5 on Amazon will kill either of these and possibly last longer - except it's not a tablet but 2 in 1
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4GB and a toy CPU...
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Everyone should skip the 4gb surface. It's unusable where as the 8gb is fantastic.
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Quote from doboy007
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I guess it's suitable if you only have one web page open at a time and use nothing but a web browser Smilie j/k
It has a preview of 365 --- If you can't run outlook (always on) a single web page and Word + Excel, there's a serious identity crisis going on.


This is what's wrong with 'image' of PCs vs Mac. Stop trying to cover EVERY price point and start at what is functional. Same with Android.


It makes no sense why surface "pro" comes with windows 10 'home'.

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The Costco deal is absolute minimum anyone should get for surface. Bit over $100 more if you were planning to get pen anyway but you go from useless 4GB for most, to somewhat usable 8GB for many people, and you get double warranty (or quadruple if paying with Costco visa) so think of it as 1 year device vs 4 years for $200 more with bonus pen.

Let's just assume the pen is a bad joke (not your suggestion, just on any MS os). The stylus is just a terrible idea unless you implement it in a way that's needed, the waycom for drawing. The Apple Pencil is quite good for people like me with circulation issues; lots of thought was clearly put into it.

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If you are that tight on budget don't get surface - the $600 lenovo flex 5 on Amazon will kill either of these and possibly last longer - except it's not a tablet but 2 in 1


Lenovo isn't what it used to be, just like an i7 is just a name. The costco suggestion was good, because everything just DIES these days. The perceived gain of the surface is the formula that has made Apple hardware usable: os and hardware made by same company and there's nowhere else to point the finger.


Assuming MS has done this with the Surface, it would suck to lose that. I only know one Microsoft zealot with any geek credibility and he seems to go out of his way to like their stuff.


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Don't get me wrong that I'm saying "use Apple" here -- I'm actually LOOKING for a business solution that "just works" -- the first Scenario I posted + teams conferencing. It's hard to toss your money in a well and hope :/ --- now doing that with your EMPLOYER'S money, that's another story Big Grin
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Do Surfaces have a better keyboard than the flimsy and crappy trackpad Type Cover?
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Do Surfaces have a better keyboard than the flimsy and crappy trackpad Type Cover?
They're not flimsy, unless you're still using one for a Surface Pro 3 or earlier.
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