Deal | Microsoft Surface Pro X tablet with 4G LTE on sale for 43% off
Microsoft's Surface Pro line of tablets is not exactly known for a particularly impressive price-performance ratio, but thanks to gigantic discounts for some of the older generations of these versatile Windows machines, devices like the Surface Pro X have become incredibly affordable and can offer quite a lot of value when being used as a secondary computer.
For example, the Amazon-owned online retailer Woot is currently offering the first generation of the Surface Pro X, which is equipped with the custom Microsoft SQ1 processor, 8GB of soldered RAM and a 128GB SSD, for US$399 including free shipping for Prime members. This particular version of Microsoft's ARM-based tablet also sports a 4G LTE modem, which makes it perfect for users who are looking for a sleek 13-inch tablet that can be used on the go. Most importantly, this deal for the Surface Pro X offers 43% or US$300 in savings in relation to the official list price.
Before ordering the Microsoft Surface Pro X, please check out our detailed review, which discusses the strengths and weaknesses of this Windows tablet in more detail. On the positive side, we very much enjoyed the premium build quality of this 13-inch device, and we also praised the decent 3:2 IPS touchscreen as well as the good front-facing camera. Therefore, the convertible can still be an adequate choice for certain use cases as long as buyers are aware of the software limitations that still persist, even as Microsoft has vastly improved the emulation for x64 apps under Windows 11.
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