Deal | Microsoft Surface Pro 9 Windows tablet with 120Hz display falls to lowest price ever on Amazon ↺
Previous generations of Microsoft's Surface lineup regularly receive substantial discounts, but unfortunately, the same can't be said of the latest and greatest productivity-focused Windows devices such as the Surface Pro 9, which has been on the market for more than 8 months now. However, two well-known online retailers are now selling the 13-inch tablet for its most affordable price thus far.
Both Best Buy and Amazon are currently offering all four color variants of the Microsoft Surface Pro 9, including the stylish forest green and sleek graphite version, for US$799 including free shipping. This particular deal applies to the Windows tablet's baseline configuration with an Intel Core i5-1235U Alder Lake CPU and 8GB of soldered memory as well as a 256GB SSD, but other models have received similar discounts and are on sale for their lowest prices yet. All SKUs of the Surface Pro 9 feature an IPS display with a quick 120Hz refresh rate and a good peak brightness of roughly 450 nits.
For more visual impressions of the Microsoft tablet, please check out our comparison video on YouTube, in which the Surface Pro 9 goes head to head with the competing Dell XPS 13 2-in-1. Furthermore, our full written review offers tons of measurements and benchmarks, which reveal that the Windows machine offers good performance, but also gets quite warm during demanding tasks. We also praised the well-made chassis and Thunderbolt 4 and WiFi 6E support, but the battery life could certainly be a bit longer. Anyone interested in this compelling deal should also note that the Type Cover keyboard and Surface Pen are not included and have to be bought separately.
Disclaimer: Notebookcheck is not responsible for price changes carried out by retailers. The discounted price or deal mentioned in this item was available at the time of writing and may be subject to time restrictions and/or limited unit availability.
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