Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3-Inch Tablet with Keyboard (Black) - (Intel Core M3-6Y30, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB Storage, Windows 10) @ Amazon for £599.99 - HotUKDeals
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3-Inch Tablet with Keyboard (Black) - (Intel Core M3-6Y30, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB Storage, Windows 10) @ Amazon for £599.99

£599.99 @ Amazon
Reduced from £799.99 to £599.99 I know its only an M3 processor but not a bad price Actually it appears all the surfaces are being reduced in price on the amazon store Read More
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
Reduced from £799.99 to £599.99
I know its only an M3 processor but not a bad price

Actually it appears all the surfaces are being reduced in price on the amazon store
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6m, 4d agoFound 6 months, 4 days ago
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#1
Trust me the m3 chugs horribly in comparison to the i5 version of this.
1 Like #2
Depends what you need it for I guess, but yeah, I'd go for the i5 if at all possible.

The Surface Pro has been probably one of the few devices that competes head to head with Apple's range in terms of customer satisfaction. Surface (not Pro) and earlier Pro versions were not great, but the Pro 3 and Pro 4 really improved.
#3
This one does not include the pen that comes in some of the packages.
#4
marckernow
This one does not include the pen that comes in some of the packages.

Out of interest, is that Stylus Pen really that useful/relevant? (genuine question?), as I'm none the wiser ..... thanx.
#5
marckernow
This one does not include the pen that comes in some of the packages.
I wonder if Microsoft is finally relenting and including the Type Cover but making the pen a separate purchase?
#6
marckernow
This one does not include the pen that comes in some of the packages.
Unless MS have changed things the pen is in the main box for all of them.

It was the Surface 3 (not Pro) that the pen was sold separately.
#7
amour3k
is that Stylus Pen really that useful/relevant? (genuine question?), as I'm none the wiser ..... thanx.

Drawing, note-taking... you decide if you need it.
#8
Product Description

Surface Pro 4 is ultrathin, fast, and versatile, the perfect balance of portability and power. With 6th generation Intel Core processor, it’s built to run professional-grade software. And the PixelSense Display has stunning colour and contrast that comes to life with Pen (not included) and touch.

Pen not included.
#9
amour3k
marckernow
This one does not include the pen that comes in some of the packages.
Out of interest, is that Stylus Pen really that useful/relevant? (genuine question?), as I'm none the wiser ..... thanx.

It's more clever than useful, unless you're a graphic artist it's not really that much good, you can annotate documents, write sticky notes and use it to draw, but as an IT consultant, I've never used my pen in anger, I've got a couple of sticky notes on my desktop, but I could have easily typed them instead. I'd suggest this is a good deal and you can buy the pen later should you need it, that's assuming the pen isn't included, because as far as I was aware, MS never produced a pro 4 without.

mike
1 Like #10
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks
#11
markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks

Good question. I would like to know this as well
#12
mbuckhurst
amour3k
marckernow
This one does not include the pen that comes in some of the packages.
Out of interest, is that Stylus Pen really that useful/relevant? (genuine question?), as I'm none the wiser ..... thanx.
It's more clever than useful, unless you're a graphic artist it's not really that much good, you can annotate documents, write sticky notes and use it to draw, but as an IT consultant, I've never used my pen in anger, I've got a couple of sticky notes on my desktop, but I could have easily typed them instead. I'd suggest this is a good deal and you can buy the pen later should you need it, that's assuming the pen isn't included, because as far as I was aware, MS never produced a pro 4 without.
mike

Interesting, thanx. :-)
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markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks
Here's a video from techtablets.com comparing the i5 & m3 models. As well as the usual benchmarks there are some "real world" usage comparisons.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BJCL3nFfoMs



Edited By: captainbeaky on Nov 21, 2016 18:40: edit
1 Like #14
Has any one bought the surface pro 4 from this deal
1 Like #15
Is this deal fake
#16
markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks


Probably not really, but then why not save your money and buy an on offer, sub-£200 2in1?
#17
King_Boss
Is this deal fake

Since it's from Amazon themselves clearly it isn't.
#18
King_Boss
Is this deal fake


What makes you say that? It's sold direct by Amazon ands offering me Wednesday delivery if I checkout now.

Re the pen, there's options to select the pen instead of the type cover, or both, but both options are more expensive.
#19
King_Boss
Is this deal fake

Yes this whole site is pointless, why are you even here?
#20
So if I order this surface pro 4 for £599 I would get it brand new
1 Like #21
King_Boss
So if I order this surface pro 4 for £599 I would get it brand new

Indeed you would, might get a brand new brown cardboard box into the bargain.
#22
Has anyone bought it yet
#23
Out of interest what i5 model would people buy. Thanks in advance :)
#24
I'm gonna buy it for £599
#25
iz123456789
markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks
Good question. I would like to know this as well
I have a Core M Tablet/Hybrid and multi-task a lot (Browsers, Office, iTunes, Video playback, 6GB or so) and the CPU is not an issue. But I do have the M5 version which turbos to 2.8 and can stay fully loaded at ~2.2GHz.
This M3 is a 2.2GHz with no Turbo but if it can sustain at 2.2GHz (a cooling issue) then it should be okay but might miss the Turbo occasionally.
#26
captainbeaky
markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks
Here's a video from techtablets.com comparing the i5 & m3 models. As well as the usual benchmarks there are some "real world" usage comparisons.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BJCL3nFfoMs

thanks for this - not much real world difference until he was encoding video, which is something I probably would never do on it.
#27
Rickardo


Probably not really, but then why not save your money and buy an on offer, sub-£200 2in1?

the screen seems really good on these - I currently have an x220 which I like to carry round with me, but the screen is shocking. Could you recommend something where the screen is full hd? tia
#28
I was considering this but I'm not risking on basis that the screen uses PWM and may be somewhat headache inducing.
1 Like #29
Agharta
iz123456789
markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks
Good question. I would like to know this as well
I have a Core M Tablet/Hybrid and multi-task a lot (Browsers, Office, iTunes, Video playback, 6GB or so) and the CPU is not an issue. But I do have the M5 version which turbos to 2.8 and can stay fully loaded at ~2.2GHz.
This M3 is a 2.2GHz with no Turbo but if it can sustain at 2.2GHz (a cooling issue) then it should be okay but might miss the Turbo occasionally.
Actually unlike i3's the core m chips all turbo, including the m3. The m3 runs at 0.9 and turbos to 2.2, vs the m5 you have which runs at 1.1 and turbos to 2.7/8 depending on variety I believe.
As you say though this should be fine for all the things the original question was about

Edited By: cartsp on Nov 21, 2016 20:23
#30
Is it worth buying this deal because I'm Tesco it is £645 but out of stock
1 Like #31
cartsp
Agharta
iz123456789
markcd
if I am just using this for word, chrome and email and netflix - will I notice much difference between this and the i5?
thanks
Good question. I would like to know this as well
I have a Core M Tablet/Hybrid and multi-task a lot (Browsers, Office, iTunes, Video playback, 6GB or so) and the CPU is not an issue. But I do have the M5 version which turbos to 2.8 and can stay fully loaded at ~2.2GHz.
This M3 is a 2.2GHz with no Turbo but if it can sustain at 2.2GHz (a cooling issue) then it should be okay but might miss the Turbo occasionally.
Actually unlike i3's the core m chips all turbo, including the m3. The m3 runs at 0.9 and turbos to 2.2, vs the m5 you have which runs at 1.1 and turbos to 2.7/8 depending on variety I believe.
As you say though this should be fine for all the things the original question was about
Of course, my brain isn't what it was, not using Turbo mode so much these days. :(
So just a lower Turbo Boost.
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£549 now

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