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Microsoft Surface Pro 128GB SSD, 10.6" HD 1080p, 4GB DDR3 RAM, Windows 8, i5 processor - £379.95 @ MobyMemory

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#1
it may be the first gen, but less than 50% of the original price for a core i5 device. Heat added
#2
id love to see a deal for the surface pro 2, but i guess thats not going to happen, lol
1 Like #3
bouncy99
id love to see a deal for the surface pro 2, but i guess thats not going to happen, lol


I'd love to see a deal for surface 3, imo it's the only one worth getting.
#4
2 and 3 are both great, the 1 not so much but at this price...
#5
Good processor for this price,

Heat.
#6
Got one when it was £500 and use it daily, even gave back my work laptop and just use this. Hot new price well worth it.
banned#7
Great deal, Heat added
#8
Pretty much what @lavafire said...

The limitations of the kickstand meant I chose not to get Pro 1. But MS have improved on every release of the Pro. Pro 3 is the best yet but am not sure if it still comes with the Pen.
#9
The Surface Pro 3 at this spec will be £850 and is not even available yet. You have to ask yourself "Is the Pro 3 worth paying almost £500 more for?" Yes, it's obviously a better specified machine, but £500 better? If you only want to do a bit of surfing, check your email, do Office stuff, then this is a really good deal for a quality piece of kit. This is an ultrabook for notebook money.
#10
Cattle
Got one when it was £500 and use it daily, even gave back my work laptop and just use this. Hot new price well worth it.

How do you use this as a laptop in your lap? I was looking at one and then realised that it would tip over if I tried to rest it in my lap and do some work. Does the keyboard attachment have a mouse trackpad?
#11
Great machine. Paid £400 a few months back for the 64gb version. The only two major downfalls with this device is the terrible battery life and it gets quite hot after a while (can help to put a cover on it so you can't feel the heat). Heat added
#12
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!
#13
Don't play games, you've got just over 3 hours battery life, play games then you're about an hour an 15 mins. Not great.
#14
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P
#15
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

indeed, got it from america :)
#16
lavafire
bouncy99
id love to see a deal for the surface pro 2, but i guess thats not going to happen
, lol


I'd love to see a deal for surface 3, imo it's the only one worth getting.



With you a 100% here. .
#17
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

Mine came from eBay i5, 128GB £675 delivered.

Love it, it has replaced all my other Surfaces, (previously had the SP and S2)
#18
This is a bargain! The only reason I'm considering upgrading to the Surface Pro 3 is the battery life to be honest. However, it's not as bad as everyone makes out. If you're just browsing the web and using Microsoft Office just make sure you put it into 'Power Saver' mode then you get 4 hours. I limit the CPU to 99% power too (so it doesn't Turbo Boost) and I often get 4:30 out of it. Obviously, this basically doubles on the SP2, but compared to this deal - so does the cost!
#19
kingchris
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

Mine came from eBay i5, 128GB £675 delivered.

Love it, it has replaced all my other Surfaces, (previously had the SP and S2)

Can i ask, was this with keyboard, import taxes etc ???
#20
kingchris
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

Mine came from eBay i5, 128GB £675 delivered.

Love it, it has replaced all my other Surfaces, (previously had the SP and S2)

Good for you, nice price! ;)
#21
I've got a pro 3 as well great machine but not that impressed with the battery life 5-6 hours and does come with pen(also runs very warm when playing games)
#22
gsusx
kingchris
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

Mine came from eBay i5, 128GB £675 delivered.

Love it, it has replaced all my other Surfaces, (previously had the SP and S2)

Can i ask, was this with keyboard, import taxes etc ???

This eBay seller:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Microsoft-MS-Surface-3-Windows-8-Pro-128-GB-128GB-Intel-Core-i5-12-Tablet-/380955640052?pt=UK_iPad_Tablets_eReaders&hash=item58b2b9c0f4

No import due as they are already inside the UK, next day delivery.

They accepted my offer of £675 despite the higher BIN price. They also sell the 8GB version.

No keyboard. But there is a great deal for a keyboard here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pre-order-microsoft-surface-3-pro-type-cover-keyboard-insight-1958896#post22364000





Edited By: kingchris on Jul 24, 2014 20:17
#23
kingchris
gsusx
kingchris
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

Mine came from eBay i5, 128GB £675 delivered.

flipping hell i am so tempted
Love it, it has replaced all my other Surfaces, (previously had the SP and S2)

Can i ask, was this with keyboard, import taxes etc ???

This eBay seller:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Microsoft-MS-Surface-3-Windows-8-Pro-128-GB-128GB-Intel-Core-i5-12-Tablet-/380955640052?pt=UK_iPad_Tablets_eReaders&hash=item58b2b9c0f4

No import due as they are already inside the UK, next day delivery.

They accepted my offer of £675 despite the higher BIN price. They also sell the 8GB version.

No keyboard. But there is a great deal for a keyboard here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pre-order-microsoft-surface-3-pro-type-cover-keyboard-insight-1958896#post22364000




#24
For that money you could get an iPad and it would be useful!
#25
interestedindividual
For that money you could get an iPad and it would be useful!

Hmm, don't think I can run SQL Server, Office or Visual Studio on an iPad.

An iPad is quite powerful for a toy but there's no way you can compare it to a tablet running a grown up OS.

mike
#26
Those eBay SP3's are cheaper than Microsoft with a student discount.

So.

Tempted.

But think about the warranty hassle...
#27
Is it 5ghz or 2ghz wireless? Can I attach an external 1-2TB HDD?

Edited By: asdOK on Jul 25, 2014 04:45
#28
asdOK
Is it 5ghz or 2ghz wireless? Can I attach an external 1-2TB HDD?

Yes it supports both 5ghz & 2.4ghz (802.11 a/b/g/n)

The Surface Pro has a full size USB 3.0 port so you can plug any hard disk in.
1 Like #29
Sheza1

But think about the warranty hassle...

Once MS start selling it in the UK you will have a normal warranty coverage. I've previously had a keyboard purchased in the USA replaced by the UK site, it even got changed for a UK layout.

Edited By: kingchris on Jul 25, 2014 08:26
#30
kingchris
Sheza1

But think about the warranty hassle...

Once MS start selling it in the UK you will have a normal warranty coverage. I've previously had a keyboard purchased in the USA replaced by the UK site, it even got changed for a UK layout.
UK site as in MS Store UK?
#31
Sheza1
kingchris
Sheza1

But think about the warranty hassle...

Once MS start selling it in the UK you will have a normal warranty coverage. I've previously had a keyboard purchased in the USA replaced by the UK site, it even got changed for a UK layout.
UK site as in MS Store UK?

Support is provided by MS itself not the store.

I just used the MS support site.
http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-gb/support/

They just need to be selling it in the country to provide support.

MS Forum posts about the warranty :
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/forum/surfpro3-surfgetstart/warranty-of-surface-3-pro/73fbba39-a448-4416-a8df-e281afd53a29

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/forum/surfpro3-surfupdate/out-of-us-warranty-on-surface-3/a12adf1b-d3f5-4aea-9059-1b73dfb8bdfa


Edited By: kingchris on Jul 25, 2014 12:50
#32
cubed
Cattle
Got one when it was £500 and use it daily, even gave back my work laptop and just use this. Hot new price well worth it.

How do you use this as a laptop in your lap? I was looking at one and then realised that it would tip over if I tried to rest it in my lap and do some work. Does the keyboard attachment have a mouse trackpad?

It has a stand that kicks out at the back, and yes I can (and do) use it on my lap and it stands upright OK, I also opted for a cheap £20 keyboard and case from amazon so I cannot comment on the MS one, but mainly use the case for traveling.
#33
kingchris
gsusx
kingchris
bigsofty
adamski88
got a surface pro 3 yesterday.. love it!

Yeah? It's not even on sale yet. :P

Mine came from eBay i5, 128GB £675 delivered.

Love it, it has replaced all my other Surfaces, (previously had the SP and S2)

Can i ask, was this with keyboard, import taxes etc ???

This eBay seller:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Microsoft-MS-Surface-3-Windows-8-Pro-128-GB-128GB-Intel-Core-i5-12-Tablet-/380955640052?pt=UK_iPad_Tablets_eReaders&hash=item58b2b9c0f4

No import due as they are already inside the UK, next day delivery.

They accepted my offer of £675 despite the higher BIN price. They also sell the 8GB version.

No keyboard. But there is a great deal for a keyboard here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pre-order-microsoft-surface-3-pro-type-cover-keyboard-insight-1958896#post22364000

It says Surface 3 in the title and description. But ebay have put a product spec of Pro 2. Are you sure its a Pro 3?

Edited By: cubed on Jul 25, 2014 13:26
#34
cubed

It says Surface 3 in the title and description. But ebay have put a product spec of Pro 2. Are you sure its a Pro 3?

Yes. It is probably just eBay not adding new product details to the catalogue quickly enough.
#35
kingchris
Sheza1
kingchris
Sheza1

But think about the warranty hassle...

Once MS start selling it in the UK you will have a normal warranty coverage. I've previously had a keyboard purchased in the USA replaced by the UK site, it even got changed for a UK layout.
UK site as in MS Store UK?

Support is provided by MS itself not the store.

I just used the MS support site.
http://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-gb/support/

They just need to be selling it in the country to provide support.

MS Forum posts about the warranty :
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/forum/surfpro3-surfgetstart/warranty-of-surface-3-pro/73fbba39-a448-4416-a8df-e281afd53a29

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/forum/surfpro3-surfupdate/out-of-us-warranty-on-surface-3/a12adf1b-d3f5-4aea-9059-1b73dfb8bdfa
Very useful information, thanks.

The only thing then is if the Sales of Goods Act consumer law would work or not.
#36
Sheza1

The only thing then is if the Sales of Goods Act consumer law would work or not.

I'm of the view I'm in the same position as if I'd have purchased it person in the USA and snuck it back in my hand luggage.

I've no idea how these eBay sellers are getting past customs though, but I'm happy they were legally purchased in the USA.

E.G. MS won't mind.
#37
kingchris
Sheza1

The only thing then is if the Sales of Goods Act consumer law would work or not.

I'm of the view I'm in the same position as if I'd have purchased it person in the USA and snuck it back in my hand luggage.

I've no idea how these eBay sellers are getting past customs though, but I'm happy they were legally purchased in the USA.

E.G. MS won't mind.
True.

The thing is, consumer law. The product needs to have been purchased in the UK for it to have 5 year consumer protection, as it were. Now although the product was purchased by the eBay seller in the US, I would be buying it from a UK company on eBay. Is there consumer protection here?

Edit: I'm guessing from your view as you posted, you wouldn't get consumer protection, just the 1 year of warranty.

Edited By: Sheza1 on Jul 25, 2014 14:33
#38
I'd not thought that far ahead, it is unlikely I still own the SP3 in a years time. Gotta get the SP4. (_;)
#39
kingchris
I'd not thought that far ahead, it is unlikely I still own the SP3 in a years time. Gotta get the SP4. (_;)
As a student-to-be I can't afford such luxury :)
1 Like #40
I'd forget about any 6 year consumer protection malarky. Basically after 5 years you won't care, and if you really did make a point of exercising your rights then it would involve a court claim which most people can't be bothered with. The only important things are the DSR and warranty.

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