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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 i5 4gb and Typecover at PcWorld - £699.00

£699.00 @ PC World
Seems to be one of the cheapest prices for the i5 version. Plenty of deals on the less powerful M3 version. No pen included but does have the Typecover. Quidco cashback avaliable if purchased fr… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Seems to be one of the cheapest prices for the i5 version. Plenty of deals on the less powerful M3 version.

No pen included but does have the Typecover.

Quidco cashback avaliable if purchased from Currys

Cashback saving of 11% (£76.89).

This should make it £622.11 after cashback.
- Silver47
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
could get this 10% cheaper the other week, I am looking daily for a deal for the 8GB i5 version, nothing has come close to the deals with the free xbox one console.
#2
Maybe we will have to wait until the Surface Pro 5 gets close to release before there are any good deals.
1 Like #3
John Mason
Maybe we will have to wait until the Surface Pro 5 gets close to release before there are any good deals.
hope not cause got someone who wanna buy my macbook pro and ipad mini lol. need to find a good deal :)
1 Like #4
Better getting it from Currys and getting 11% cashback from Quidco which is £76.89. This should make it £622.11 after cashback.


Edited By: Silver47 on Dec 30, 2016 00:38
1 Like #6
surface pro always comes with pen, only an accessory on surface model
#7
ikduncan
surface pro always comes with pen, only an accessory on surface model
Might have been the case with earlier models but there is no standard surface 4 and this definitely doesn't come with a pen.
#8
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.

Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.

Edited By: damcnaught on Dec 30, 2016 11:30: clarification
#9
UnworthyBean
ikduncan
surface pro always comes with pen, only an accessory on surface model
Might have been the case with earlier models but there is no standard surface 4 and this definitely doesn't come with a pen.

Correct they either bundle with the keyboard or pen only. sometimes ive seen them without both. And yes in the past the surface pros always came with the Surface Pen
#10
Silver47
Better getting it from Currys and getting 11% cashback from Quidco which is £76.89. This should make it £622.11 after cashback.

The cashback tracks against price less vat. So 11% of 559.20. Cashback should be around 61.51.
#11
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.

Lmao, the old 4GB isn't enough quote, Windows quite happily runs in 1GB, and works fine in 4GB, I've got the 8GB version and it's only when I start editing photoshop images or running big SQL databases, does it ever show more than 4GB in use. Windows 10 is very good at dealing with memory, and when you run out, it will use a page file on solid state disk, which itself means it's barely noticeable, since the memory that is page out is the memory last used, so you'd probably never know it had swapped out.

In reality this machine is far more likely to cause you problems fitting into the 128GB SSD space, than the lack of physical ram. The SSD can be added to via microsd but you'll find that may limit performance and capacity. But even then, my surface which has photoshop, visual studio, sql server (including the database data) and office 365 installed, I've still got more than 128GB free, but I use a microsd to store media and application code.

mike
1 Like #12
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.

Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.


Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.
#13
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.

Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.


Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.


Great post, VERY helpful.
6 Likes #14
John Mason
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.
Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.
Great post, VERY helpful.

Did you just reply to your own post to say it was great and helpful?
#15
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.
Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.

I'd love someone to actually be able to post a laptop with touchscreen and similar resolution screen for less £s. I couldn't care less about a pen, but I find these days I use touchscreen whilst sitting at a desk in laptop configuration, so it's definitely something I find useful, the moment you add this feature, it gets difficult to find anything i5 based for a better price - or at least I've not found one.

mike
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John Mason
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.
Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.
Great post, VERY helpful.

You forgot to switch accounts before bigging yourself up!
#17
lutin
John Mason
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.
Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.
Great post, VERY helpful.
You forgot to switch accounts before bigging yourself up!

I assumed he meant to quote the post above his.
#18
No, it was an honest mistake. Do you never make those?
#19
lutin
John Mason
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.
Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.
Great post, VERY helpful.

You forgot to switch accounts before bigging yourself up!


It was an honest mistake, but if that was your assumption then I'll not bother contributing again.
#20
lutin
John Mason
John Mason
damcnaught
Over £600 for a tablet with 4gb of Ram seems nuts, unless you only do 1 thing at a time & don't browse with many tabs open.
Not voting cold though - if 4gb is enough for your purposes and you want a surface pro 4, it may be the best price around.
Two points on the price, firstly, like an Apple product it will hold its value much better than an Asus, Lenovo etc. Therefore the cost of owning it over a few years could be less than another brand. Secondly, it's a quality product with great design and quality materials.
Great post, VERY helpful.
You forgot to switch accounts before bigging yourself up!
Leave him\her alone... Bully
#21
Ah, I was only messin!
#22
John Mason replies to himself. Lol.
#23
Thanks for the post - am going to buy.

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