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Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ Laptop: 12.3" 2736x1824, i5-1135G7, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ Laptop (282-00001) on sale for $799.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • 12.3" (2736x1824) Touchscreen PixelSense Display
  • 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7 4-Core, 8-Threads (2.40GHz Base / 4.20GHz Boost) Processor
  • 8GB LPDDR4x RAM
  • 128GB Solid State Drive
  • Intel Iris Xe Graphics
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Click-in Keyboard
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Home
  • Ports:
    • 1x USB Type-C
    • 1x full size USB-A
    • 1x Surface Connect port
    • 1x Headphone Jack
    • 1x MicroSDXC card reader
  • Approximate Weight: 1.7lbs (Without Type Cover)

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Microsoft - Surface Pro 7+ - 12.3" Touch Screen – Intel Core i5 – 8GB Memory – 128GB SSD with Black Type Cover (Latest Model) - Platinum

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/micr...Id=6482155

Plus model offers
  • 11th Gen i5 - Previous Pro 7 came with 10th Gen
  • Removable SSD
  • Micro SD Slot
  • USB-C Power Delivery and Display Support
  • This offer includes the keyboard
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SFgiant23 asked this question on 12-08-2021 at 01:03 PM
12-08-2021 at 01:03 PM
You aren't realistically cross shopping these two devices. Who cares about the performance if you hate tablets or alternatively need a tablet/2-in-1? If you don't wanna use a pen or don't want a 2-in-1 just get the MacBook or any other laptop. You're paying for the protability here more than the power specs.
12-10-2021 at 12:03 PM
If you have no preference for either tablet/laptop or Windows/MacOS, then the M1 is much better bang-for-buck.

This is a good price for a decent Surface tablet with keyboard cover, but the small amount of system memory and storage would make it less suitable for heavy workloads.
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Same processor as Surface 8 Pro. SSD can be easily replaced.

This was also $799 at Costco a week ago, and Surface Pen was also included in that price (plus better warranty and returns)
Agreed. To note, that was member only pricing and is no longer available. Pen was $59.99 on Amazon when I bought it yesterday. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1

Not sure we will see a better deal before Christmas is why I bought mine and posted this deal.
I used a Surface Pro 6 (i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD) with a Microsoft Surface Dock as my desktop for two years. I had 4 USB devices, sound, ethernet, and a display port connected.

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Same processor as Surface 8 Pro. SSD can be easily replaced.

This was also $799 at Costco a week ago, and Surface Pen was also included in that price (plus better warranty and returns)
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Same processor as Surface 8 Pro. SSD can be easily replaced.

This was also $799 at Costco a week ago, and Surface Pen was also included in that price (plus better warranty and returns)
Agreed. To note, that was member only pricing and is no longer available. Pen was $59.99 on Amazon when I bought it yesterday. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...=UTF8&th=1

Not sure we will see a better deal before Christmas is why I bought mine and posted this deal.
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Thanks for the post. In the off chance you're like me and already hoarded a type-cover from a previous deal in anticipation of getting a new, Pro 7+, here's the post about the same machine sans cover for $700:

https://slickdeals.net/f/15294331-microsoft-surface-pro-7-12-3-touch-screen-intel-core-i5-8gb-memory-128gb-ssd-device-only-latest-model-platinum-699-99-at-best-buy
I believe the deal you linked to is the 10th gen i5. The new 7+ (this thread) has the 11th gen.
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I believe the deal you linked to is the 10th gen i5. The new 7+ (this thread) has the 11th gen.
Ohhhh! Thanks for pointing that out! Still not sure if I can live with 8gb ram though.
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Ohhhh! Thanks for pointing that out! Still not sure if I can live with 8gb ram though.
Everyone seems to have a RAM fetish, 8GB of RAM is more than enough for the type of work you're going to do on a tablet/convertible.
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Everyone seems to have a RAM fetish, 8GB of RAM is more than enough for the type of work you're going to do on a tablet/convertible.
I agree. Unless you intend to dock the tablet when working at home, 16GB probably isn't necessary.
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I agree. Unless you intend to dock the tablet when working at home, 16GB probably isn't necessary.
Does using a dock increase the performance or available ram somehow? I'm not aware of this feature, but if I've missed something I'd be delighted to learn otherwise.
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Does using a dock increase the performance or available ram somehow? I'm not aware of this feature, but if I've missed something I'd be delighted to learn otherwise.
It just makes it so you can use the tablet like a desktop PC, eg. Using monitors and a more traditional keyboard, mouse and various other peripherals.
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It just makes it so you can use the tablet like a desktop PC, eg. Using monitors and a more traditional keyboard, mouse and various other peripherals.
I used a Surface Pro 6 (i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD) with a Microsoft Surface Dock as my desktop for two years. I had 4 USB devices, sound, ethernet, and a display port connected.
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Don't buy unless it's around $200 or less. It's not wort (not stable). We have plenty of those for clients). Buy yourself a real laptop instead
Sure you're not referring to the Pro X?
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Pretty good deal since the keyboard cover is valued at $130+

My Surface Pro 2 is still running like the day I got it, but obviously 8 years later the performance is getting sluggish, so I might upgrade to this new one.
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