The Surface Pro 7 is cheaper than ever for a few more hours - don't miss out
Amazon Prime Day is drawing to a triumphant end, which means this deal on the Surface Pro 7 is about to expire. At a ridiculous £659, the mid-range Surface Pro 7 on offer is an incredible £121 cheaper than the lowest-spec model and is far and away the cheapest it has ever been on Amazon. This price resets at midnight tonight, so the clock is well and truly ticking.
With a tenth-gen Intel i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of SSD storage, this hybrid performs brilliantly for the price and does so at a mere 775g and 8.5mm thick. Most of that slim frame is occupied by a 12.3in IPS touchscreen display with a crisp 2,736 x 1,824 resolution and enough brightness to work in all but the brightest of conditions.
We awarded the Surface Pro 7 four stars, describing it as “the best implementation of a detachable 2-in-1 tablet/laptop hybrid we’ve seen.” Jon wasn’t blind to the fact that this is an incremental upgrade but pair USB-C, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 support and the latest Intel processors with this miraculous discount and we reckon we can overlook the odd copy-paste job.
Of course, there’s one small sticking point: this 2-in-1 doesn’t come with the bundled keyboard. Fortunately, Prime members can nab the black Surface Pro Type Cover for £94, saving you £46 – not cheap, by any means, but still vastly cheaper than normal. And make sure you purchase it separately; if you click the “With Type Cover” button on the deal page, the price shoots up to £876.
Alternatively, you could nab a third-party keyboard cover for £40, although we can’t guarantee the same excellent typing experience our reviewer highlighted in his article.
If none of this persuades you, consider this: the Surface Pro 6 is currently £200 more expensive on Amazon right now. And that esteemed hybrid doesn’t even offer the latest Intel processors or USB-C compatibility. Foibles aside, then, this really is an exceptional deal.
You’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of this saving on the Surface Pro 7. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial using this link.