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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 - Intel Core M3 + Xbox one S/fifa 17 + 3 year warranty - £749.00 John Lewis

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Looks like a decent deal when you factor in the 3 year warranty and Xbox bundle. Edit; You have to scroll down and add bundle to basket for the Xbox deal. Read More
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Looks like a decent deal when you factor in the 3 year warranty and Xbox bundle.

Edit; You have to scroll down and add bundle to basket for the Xbox deal.
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#1
Doesent seem to include keyboard so cold
14 Likes #2
Bought the i5 version last December and absolutely hate the thing. I've probably used it around 10 times. My biggest gripe is due to my stupidity. MS, Crucial, Smasung, all SSD brands seem to advise strongly about using hibernate. That is where my main problem lies. My desktop has not had a re-start in over a year; I have far too many programs running that I don't want to save and close that I edit with. I find it inconvenient to write down what has been edited and where to carry on from. Due to a form of Dyslexia, I have poor memory. Give me 5 words to remember and I've forgotten them in less than 10 minutes. A normal book page takes 6 minutes and I can't remember what I read the previous chapter. Won't bore everyone with more details but not being able to hibernate constantly is no use for me. It's not my only gripe with the machine; I just don't like the way it 'feels'. Compared to the ipad pro I purchased instead, it feels flimsy. The keyboard is also poor and the trackpads don't act like a laptop trackpad.
The pen is difficult to use (well, for me). I constantly move MS Edge or Mozilla tabs to new windows by mistake.

Anyway, I'd advise anyone thinking about buying one of these to go look/touch/test one if possible first.
13 Likes #3
lol, the iPad pro is nowhere near as productive! but thanks for your life story
2 Likes #4
Great way to get a xbox through the business and vat back. Wife can't complain
1 Like #5
jimhuf
Great way to get a xbox through the business and vat back. Wife can't complain


Lol, get her something too and I bet she won't complain.
6 Likes #6
cameltoastie
lol, the iPad pro is nowhere near as productive! but thanks for your life story

I didn't think any tablet or computer was productive, I thought that it was the user who was productive/non-productive and that the iPad/Surface Pro/laptop etc. were merely tools to facilitate the productivity.
1 Like #7
davidclack
cameltoastie
lol, the iPad pro is nowhere near as productive! but thanks for your life story
I didn't think any tablet or computer was productive, I thought that it was the user who was productive/non-productive and that the iPad/Surface Pro/laptop etc. were merely tools to facilitate the productivity.
Amen
#8
Looks good but the reviews seem mixed..
#9
JJG
Bought the i5 version last December and absolutely hate the thing. I've probably used it around 10 times. My biggest gripe is due to my stupidity. MS, Crucial, Smasung, all SSD brands seem to advise strongly about using hibernate. That is where my main problem lies. My desktop has not had a re-start in over a year; I have far too many programs running that I don't want to save and close that I edit with. I find it inconvenient to write down what has been edited and where to carry on from. Due to a form of Dyslexia, I have poor memory. Give me 5 words to remember and I've forgotten them in less than 10 minutes. A normal book page takes 6 minutes and I can't remember what I read the previous chapter. Won't bore everyone with more details but not being able to hibernate constantly is no use for me. It's not my only gripe with the machine; I just don't like the way it 'feels'. Compared to the ipad pro I purchased instead, it feels flimsy. The keyboard is also poor and the trackpads don't act like a laptop trackpad.
The pen is difficult to use (well, for me). I constantly move MS Edge or Mozilla tabs to new windows by mistake.

Anyway, I'd advise anyone thinking about buying one of these to go look/touch/test one if possible first.


But you should restart your machine periodically it's good practice.

Personally find the surface 10* better that iPad Pro for my needs :)
1 Like #10
JJG
Bought the i5 version last December and absolutely hate the thing. I've probably used it around 10 times. My biggest gripe is due to my stupidity. MS, Crucial, Smasung, all SSD brands seem to advise strongly about using hibernate. That is where my main problem lies. My desktop has not had a re-start in over a year; I have far too many programs running that I don't want to save and close that I edit with. I find it inconvenient to write down what has been edited and where to carry on from. Due to a form of Dyslexia, I have poor memory. Give me 5 words to remember and I've forgotten them in less than 10 minutes. A normal book page takes 6 minutes and I can't remember what I read the previous chapter. Won't bore everyone with more details but not being able to hibernate constantly is no use for me. It's not my only gripe with the machine; I just don't like the way it 'feels'. Compared to the ipad pro I purchased instead, it feels flimsy. The keyboard is also poor and the trackpads don't act like a laptop trackpad.
The pen is difficult to use (well, for me). I constantly move MS Edge or Mozilla tabs to new windows by mistake.
Anyway, I'd advise anyone thinking about buying one of these to go look/touch/test one if possible first.

This is not correct, there were issues with unreliable sleep/standby but these have been resolved. Just make sure to udpate it completely when you get it. I use one daily, it sleeps every night and is awake in the morning with all my applications only.
The pen thing is also nonsense, the pen is excellent in fact and more functional than the stupid apple pencil.
#11
JJG
My biggest gripe is due to my stupidity. MS, Crucial, Smasung, all SSD brands seem to advise strongly about using hibernate.
Hybernation slowly wears a drive down but it will take years! Don't worry about it :)

jamhops
But you should restart your machine periodically it's good practice.
Absolutely, especially as it is a requirement for many updates.
1 Like #12
JJG
Bought the i5 version last December and absolutely hate the thing. I've probably used it around 10 times. My biggest gripe is due to my stupidity. MS, Crucial, Smasung, all SSD brands seem to advise strongly about using hibernate. That is where my main problem lies. My desktop has not had a re-start in over a year; I have far too many programs running that I don't want to save and close that I edit with. I find it inconvenient to write down what has been edited and where to carry on from. Due to a form of Dyslexia, I have poor memory. Give me 5 words to remember and I've forgotten them in less than 10 minutes. A normal book page takes 6 minutes and I can't remember what I read the previous chapter. Won't bore everyone with more details but not being able to hibernate constantly is no use for me. It's not my only gripe with the machine; I just don't like the way it 'feels'. Compared to the ipad pro I purchased instead, it feels flimsy. The keyboard is also poor and the trackpads don't act like a laptop trackpad.
The pen is difficult to use (well, for me). I constantly move MS Edge or Mozilla tabs to new windows by mistake.
Anyway, I'd advise anyone thinking about buying one of these to go look/touch/test one if possible first.

I know exactly what you mean, i was hoping microsoft would make a product to solve my personal problems and inability to use a simple pointing device but alas they ignored my letters.
#13
Bought with keyboard & pen for £599 last week from JL. Trying to work out if this is a better deal.
#14
Perhaps a bit greedy but needs to include the keyboard as well otherwise really its £100 more.
I'm in the market for a 2 in 1 plus am also about to buy an Xbox One S so really means getting the Surface for £500.
(even better if this was the i5 one as well but maybe that is asking for a bit much!)
#15
Actually some pretty mixed reviews on John Lewis site.

captainbeaky
Bought with keyboard & pen for £599 last week from JL. Trying to work out if this is a better deal.

I guess really it is about the same deal, you paid effectively £100 more than this but you had the keyboard included. This one does come with the pen though which is about £45 so I suppose this does have the edge. Although you could probably beat the Xbox bundle by buying it separately and get some better games.
#16
must resist :p
#17
There is £100 difference between this one with the M3 processor and the i5. I know there's always something better for more £££s but it's not a fortune extra in the grand scheme of things.
Anyone have experience of how the M3 is? My usage is Chrome (maybe 20 tabs) and Microsoft office, not a whole lot else.
#18
captainbeaky
Bought with keyboard & pen for £599 last week from JL. Trying to work out if this is a better deal.

Did you really gen the pen as well? I got it for that price with the keyboard but pen not included! I never saw the deal indcluding pen anywhere.
1 Like #19
misa426
captainbeaky
Bought with keyboard & pen for £599 last week from JL. Trying to work out if this is a better deal.
Did you really gen the pen as well? I got it for that price with the keyboard but pen not included! I never saw the deal indcluding pen anywhere.
Yes. Currys were the selling the Core M version with pen & keyboard for £599.01 on the Sunday after Black Friday. I got JL to price match. The same deal was also available direct from Microsoft.




Edited By: captainbeaky on Dec 09, 2016 20:17: Edit
#20
jamhops
JJG
Bought the i5 version last December and absolutely hate the thing. I've probably used it around 10 times. My biggest gripe is due to my stupidity. MS, Crucial, Smasung, all SSD brands seem to advise strongly about using hibernate. That is where my main problem lies. My desktop has not had a re-start in over a year; I have far too many programs running that I don't want to save and close that I edit with. I find it inconvenient to write down what has been edited and where to carry on from. Due to a form of Dyslexia, I have poor memory. Give me 5 words to remember and I've forgotten them in less than 10 minutes. A normal book page takes 6 minutes and I can't remember what I read the previous chapter. Won't bore everyone with more details but not being able to hibernate constantly is no use for me. It's not my only gripe with the machine; I just don't like the way it 'feels'. Compared to the ipad pro I purchased instead, it feels flimsy. The keyboard is also poor and the trackpads don't act like a laptop trackpad.
The pen is difficult to use (well, for me). I constantly move MS Edge or Mozilla tabs to new windows by mistake.
Anyway, I'd advise anyone thinking about buying one of these to go look/touch/test one if possible first.
But you should restart your machine periodically it's good practice.
Personally find the surface 10* better that iPad Pro for my needs :)

Do you also rewind your VHS tapes back after watching them.
Get a grip, it's not 1995!

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