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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (M3 4gb 128GB) with Keyboard Cover - £559.00 with voucher @ AO

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Good price, back down to near black Friday levels. M3 so no noisy fan to irritate. 4gb RAM so no time inefficiency due to attempting to simultaneously juggle 20 open Chrome tabs. 128gb to ens… Read More
Good price, back down to near black Friday levels. M3 so no noisy fan to irritate. 4gb RAM so no time inefficiency due to attempting to simultaneously juggle 20 open Chrome tabs. 128gb to ens…
davejones22 Avatar2d, 6h agoFound 2 days, 6 hours ago20 Comments
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Tequila
I'd avoid anything with M3 CPU. it's simply very weak and slow. M5 is where it's at.
Most of the Laptops/Tablets I've read reviews of that use Core M CPUs are TDP limited so they can't sustain more than 2.2GHz which is what this M3 tops out at. Under full CPU load they often drop to 1.6 even and if you load the GPU as well then it goes much lower. So all that extra power is often not available due to TDP/Temperature constraints.
M5 can turbo briefly to 2.7/2.8 which is handy for short bursts but not dramatically better than M3.
But you should read reviews closely when buying Core M PCs as the implementation is critical.
I'd avoid anything with M3 CPU.
it's simply very weak and slow.
M5 is where it's at.
Mine did come with the type keyboard as a package though.
It was the M3 4Gb/128Gb model, and it was brand new not a refurb. The box said no pen included, I don't think the base model comes with one. I think mine was directly shipped from Microsoft, although sold by Argos.
mcdougc
Got this same deal from Argos eBay outlet a couple of weeks ago, brand new for £516.99, plus I saved an extra £15 with a PayPal voucher bringing the total to just over £500. Mine came with the keyboard cover but no pen.

Other devices may compete on price, but the Surface Pro is a premium device similar to an iPad Pro. It should hold its value better than other similar devices as well.

I love my Surface Pro 4, it's an excellent device that has easily replaced my laptop. The screen resolution and aspect ratio is spot on, especially if you're into photography like me.


Did you get an m3 or an i5? and was it refurbished?
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MICROSOFT Surface Pro 4 - 128 GB - Intel® Core© i5-6300U (6th Generation) 4GB RAM 128GB SSD 12.3" Full HD - Windows 10 - A+ Grade £549.98 @ SVP + Deals on higher spec models

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Best deal I've seen for a Surface Pro 4. In addition to the one in the title they also have: i5/8Gb/256SSD - £649.99 - LINK i7/8Gm/256SSD - £849.99 - LINK i7/16Gb/512SSD - £1099.99 - LINK E… Read More
Best deal I've seen for a Surface Pro 4. In addition to the one in the title they also have: i5/8Gb/256SSD - £649.99 - LINK i7/8Gm/256SSD - £849.99 - LINK i7/16Gb/512SSD - £1099.99 - LINK E…
Gravelrash Avatar4d, 14h agoFound 4 days, 14 hours ago15 Comments
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anyone know if these will still have manufacturer warranty? Presumably this is the first time they have been retailed so full MS warranty will hopefully apply. Microsoft are normally very good on Surface warranty support which would make this more attractive.
chenzz
bma1445
If you check your local staples (well, Office Depot or whatever they call themselves now), they have been selling off their ex-display stock.
I picked up an i5/4gb/128gb Surface Pro 3 for under £300.
Check uk.webuy.com, and under £300 for lower end SP3 is hardly a steal.

It's not the low end one, and on webuy.com it's £450 - https://uk.webuy.com/product.php?sku=STABMICS3I5128G2A#.WQHIDlLMxTI
bma1445
If you check your local staples (well, Office Depot or whatever they call themselves now), they have been selling off their ex-display stock.
I picked up an i5/4gb/128gb Surface Pro 3 for under £300.

Check uk.webuy.com, and under £300 for lower end SP3 is hardly a steal.
If you check your local staples (well, Office Depot or whatever they call themselves now), they have been selling off their ex-display stock.

I picked up an i5/4gb/128gb Surface Pro 3 for under £300.
S.c.0.TT.y
Note: pen and keyboard not included.
Any experience using this vendor?
FYI, only in 128GB i5 4gb model the pen isn't included all other models have pen.
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surface pro 4 i5 4GB 128gb ssd £692.00 using code @ currys

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Ok may not be for everyone and doesn't match the 649 in last sale but not a bad price. It already has £80 off but if you use code LAPTOP10 you get 10% off bringing it to 692 at currys. Amazon is chea… Read More
Ok may not be for everyone and doesn't match the 649 in last sale but not a bad price. It already has £80 off but if you use code LAPTOP10 you get 10% off bringing it to 692 at currys. Amazon is chea…
s1m0n1980 Avatar4d, 20h agoFound 4 days, 20 hours ago24 Comments
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Idiot question. Can you run all normal windows applications on this? And can you hook up a larger screen or keyboard?
When in to buy the lenovo for my AutoCAD and the guy tried to upsell me this. Well the i7 version but i cant help but think im paying 1200 for a tablet??!!!

The specs are amazing though, i7, 16gb ram, 256 SSD.
DevilWithin
This is that one product that you really want but in no way can justify paying the price.

And yet people spend far more to get an iPad Pro, which isn't even a 'computer'....
This is that one product that you really want but in no way can justify paying the price.
ElGato
Yeah didn't spot that 'til after posting. Still a cracking deal though.
And without keyboard nor pen.
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Dettol Anti-Bacterial Surface Cleanser, 750 ml - Original, Pack of 3 - £4.50 prime exclusive @ Amazon

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for people who have 01/05/2017 as your next amazon monthly subscribe and save.picked this beauty out great product for a great price and if you have 5 items so maximum 15% discount only works out at
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Rkp
yes you are right, prime membership comes with several perks. :{ and I don't have that. 8)
Excuse my bluntness.im not promoting anything nor do i work or have anything to do with Amazon.can i just say tho rkp after hounding Amazon for a 20 pound discount on my recent prime.its the best money I've ever spent.i don't watch the TV side i use the music but it's invaluable to me for free deliveries.i used to buy loads off fleabay now it's Amazon all the way.
yes you are right, prime membership comes with several perks. :{ and I don't have that. 8)
Rkp
comes about the same price if you ignore 1p of 99p shops; and only for prime ;)
Does it come with free delivery to your door tho.I'll answer that for you nope


comes about the same price if you ignore 1p of 99p shops; and only for prime ;)
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Granite worktop surface protector Tesco 40x30cm for £6.00 instore

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Excellent granite worktop protector found in Tesco Woolwich. Quite heavy and durable , I used a couple to fit under my subwoofers to decouple them from the floor. Absolute bargain :D Price onl… Read More
Excellent granite worktop protector found in Tesco Woolwich. Quite heavy and durable , I used a couple to fit under my subwoofers to decouple them from the floor. Absolute bargain :D Price onl…
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I don't think anything in my kitchen is at risk of damaging my worktop more than this massive slab of heavy granite....
Berhwale
Baldieman64
Can't really think of a use for these - you can't cut on them because they will trash your knives.
It's to protect a delicate worktop (e.g. a wooden one) from hot pans, it's not a chopping board.
Yes, that would make sense - but a trivet is lighter.
Granite is really hardwearing BUT also brittle.

ie no good for anything in a kitchen.
lazarethfr
moneysavingkitten
Heat added just for the subwoofer idea. Does it do much to stop sound traveling downwards, or is it just more pleasant the floor doesn't vibrate?
Not sure about if it stops the sound travelling downwards but definitely stops some of the vibrations and tightens the bass noticeably. I got a quote from a guy that cuts and polishes granite , for the same size he quoted me £90 , it was a centimeter thicker but way too expensive.
I was looking for those for a while, also seen similar slabs over £90 and above, so a bargain .
I intend to use it under fronts as could not find the right spikes (tall enough) for years now and hoping I can use two or three per speaker.
moneysavingkitten
Heat added just for the subwoofer idea. Does it do much to stop sound traveling downwards, or is it just more pleasant the floor doesn't vibrate?
Not sure about if it stops the sound travelling downwards but definitely stops some of the vibrations and tightens the bass noticeably. I got a quote from a guy that cuts and polishes granite , for the same size he quoted me £90 , it was a centimeter thicker but way too expensive.
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Microsoft Surface Book i7 256Gb - £1,499.00 @ Argos (C&C)

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Good deal on the Microsoft Surface Book i7 8GB 256GB Laptop which is a Great MacBook Pro alternative. Argos seem to have stock as ordered on click and collect and was in store within 2 days. Read More
Good deal on the Microsoft Surface Book i7 8GB 256GB Laptop which is a Great MacBook Pro alternative. Argos seem to have stock as ordered on click and collect and was in store within 2 days.
ceaye Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago6 Comments
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JL and Microsoft Store both have high price and no stock
Amazing price. I don't think people realise how great this product is. They are just voting cold because of high price (i think). I have been using mine for 3 months now and i can not go back to another windows machine
afroylnt
thel33ter
Excellent laptop, managed to snag a nearly new i5 one for £600 a while back. I can't fault it whatsoever.
Amazing price for a surface book how did u do that?

Keep an eye on eBay, they don't seem to resell very well. The warranty also transfers to your Microsoft account as it is tied to the serial number of the book.

Not sure why this is cold either, it's more on Amazon etc for this model.

Edited By: thel33ter on Apr 22, 2017 17:52
thel33ter
Excellent laptop, managed to snag a nearly new i5 one for £600 a while back. I can't fault it whatsoever.
Amazing price for a surface book how did u do that?
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Microsoft Surface Book 256GB/i7/dGPU £1,619.00 - microsoftstore

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Currently on sale at the Microsoft store, down from £1,999. This price makes it cheaper than the 256GB/i5 model without a dedicated GPU, which comes in at £1,849. Fantastic machine and, as far as Read More
Currently on sale at the Microsoft store, down from £1,999. This price makes it cheaper than the 256GB/i5 model without a dedicated GPU, which comes in at £1,849. Fantastic machine and, as far as
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Why is it expired? The offer is still running with stock!
Sorry, but as 3 time owner of a Surface Book I can tell you that it is far from fantastic in use as an actual computer.
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Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard £95.99 John Lewis

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Bluetooth Enabled Information Yes Brand Microsoft Compatible with Bluetooth 4.0/4.1, Windows 10 Connections Bluetooth 4.0/4.1, Windows 10 Dimensions L460.14 x W… Read More
Bluetooth Enabled Information Yes Brand Microsoft Compatible with Bluetooth 4.0/4.1, Windows 10 Connections Bluetooth 4.0/4.1, Windows 10 Dimensions L460.14 x W…
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I have a sculpt which looks a very similar design aside from a separate number pad, it was only £44 although seems a lot pricier now at £70 although still cheaper:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/rv7/Microsoft-Sculpt-Ergonomic-Keyboard-Numeric-Pad-Packaging/B00FGRYXAK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1492206633&sr=8-2&keywords=microsoft+sculpt


Edited By: Johnmcl7 on Apr 14, 2017 22:58: .
Looks like something I want! Don't think I can justify £100 though oO
I have this keyboard and it is awesome.

I bought it in the US so came out slightly cheaper but I don't regret buying it.

Microsoft keyboards are the best IMO.

Heat added!
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CORSAIR MM200 Extended Gaming Surface - Black - £17.99 - Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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The cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel! :) £17.99 https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B0149QBQE4
mrbennett09 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago3 Comments
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My kids have one of these and the newer MM300 with stitched edges. This one is fraying quite badly after a year but the MM300 is good as new. Corsair dropped the MM300 down to £14.99 in November last year, hopefully son number one's MM200 will last until they next do another sale so I can replace it.


That was a price error. I remember that
My kids have one of these and the newer MM300 with stitched edges. This one is fraying quite badly after a year but the MM300 is good as new. Corsair dropped the MM300 down to £14.99 in November last year, hopefully son number one's MM200 will last until they next do another sale so I can replace it.
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Kitchen, bathroom, durable, any room, any surface and one coat 2.5L tubs of paint £17.63 - £19.84 each or any 2 for £24.00 @ B and Q

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Just in time for the long Easter DIY / decorating weekend! Any 2 tubs of 2.5L B&Q paint across their kitchen, bathroom, durable, any room, any surface and one coat range in silk, matt or soft shee… Read More
Just in time for the long Easter DIY / decorating weekend! Any 2 tubs of 2.5L B&Q paint across their kitchen, bathroom, durable, any room, any surface and one coat range in silk, matt or soft shee…
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very good. pain to put on, when i used it the first coat was very patchy with a roller. Coat 2 fixed it.. it will need two coats but then covers well. amazing to clean, you can scrub the death out of it
can anyone comment on the quality please?
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Microsoft Surface Book i5/8gb/128ssd 3yr warranty £989.10 at John Lewis

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Deal_HUNT3R
I own one, bought it from John lewis. It went wrong after 6 weeks, JL sent it to Microsoft for repairs and they sent me a refurb In the old box I sent it in so serial numbers don't match with box. Now in talks with John Lewis to give me a brand new unit.
What was wrong with your unit?
Good luck with getting a new replacement
The error was something like unable to locate boot drive. So I went to install Windows from fresh but it couldn't see the ssd at all.
This happened while just browsing the web, then it froze and ended in a boot loop.
Replacement took 3 weeks. That works fine but it has marks on the casing near the charging port and some backlight bleed that my original unit did not have.
Not happy as I bought the laptop and at the end of January 2017. I should have been given a brand new replacement if my original unit could not have been repaired.
Do you think I'm being unreasonable ?

I think its reasonable to ask, hope you get the replacement
atangy
Deal_HUNT3R
I own one, bought it from John lewis. It went wrong after 6 weeks, JL sent it to Microsoft for repairs and they sent me a refurb In the old box I sent it in so serial numbers don't match with box. Now in talks with John Lewis to give me a brand new unit.
What was wrong with your unit?
Good luck with getting a new replacement
The error was something like unable to locate boot drive. So I went to install Windows from fresh but it couldn't see the ssd at all.

This happened while just browsing the web, then it froze and ended in a boot loop.

Replacement took 3 weeks. That works fine but it has marks on the casing near the charging port and some backlight bleed that my original unit did not have.

Not happy as I bought the laptop and at the end of January 2017. I should have been given a brand new replacement if my original unit could not have been repaired.

Do you think I'm being unreasonable ?





Edited By: Deal_HUNT3R on Apr 02, 2017 16:56: More info
OrribleHarry
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OrribleHarry
Awesome machines.
I beg to differ.
I'd steer clear of these if you want to use it as your main computer...http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/surface-book-8gb-iincludes-keyboard-1104-microsoft-store-2642538?p=30424592http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-surface-book-1169-10-currys-today-only-2641890?p=30332358
Already posted on those two threads, saves repeating myself.
Do you own one? I do....


If you had actually bothered to take the time to click on the two links in my post then you would have seen that I have owned 3 of them over 9 months...
Deal_HUNT3R
I own one, bought it from John lewis. It went wrong after 6 weeks, JL sent it to Microsoft for repairs and they sent me a refurb In the old box I sent it in so serial numbers don't match with box. Now in talks with John Lewis to give me a brand new unit.

What was wrong with your unit?

Good luck with getting a new replacement
I own one, bought it from John lewis. It went wrong after 6 weeks, JL sent it to Microsoft for repairs and they sent me a refurb In the old box I sent it in so serial numbers don't match with box. Now in talks with John Lewis to give me a brand new unit.

Edited By: Deal_HUNT3R on Apr 02, 2017 10:56
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 £566.10 Amazon

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Seems like a good price, cheapest it's been on camel camel camel Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3 inch Tablet with Pen (Intel Core M3-6Y30 900 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Integrated Graphics, Windows 10… Read More
Seems like a good price, cheapest it's been on camel camel camel Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3 inch Tablet with Pen (Intel Core M3-6Y30 900 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Integrated Graphics, Windows 10…
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Gone back up, how does this get expired?
messi_the_best
Anyone recommend a good case/cover for the Surface 4?
I found this one good and have purchased. Fits well and looks good.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272579175158?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Also planning for tempered glass protection. Can someone recommend good deals on type cover or keyboard please.
hotdealsuk1973
i really do wish they had kept the 4G in this version it would be an ideal extra computer to take out and about but wifi just doesn't really work for me and tethering doesn't either unfortuntely. Heat added thanks for posting


Can agree on that, wifi on my pro 2 and 3 is ridiculous, fails to even detect a connection sometimes , pretty sure its hardware relatively too and updated drivers don't fix it. Would rather have an lte version
Anyone recommend a good case/cover for the Surface 4?
Please recommend good deals on type cover. I already have surface pro 4.
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3 inch Tablet with Pen (Intel Core i5-6300U 2.2 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD) with Pen only £647.10 - Amazon

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Cheapest it has been on Amazon for a while. £732 with type cover although if you combine it with deal 2 days ago just for type cover you can get whole package for <£700 Read More
Cheapest it has been on Amazon for a while. £732 with type cover although if you combine it with deal 2 days ago just for type cover you can get whole package for <£700
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the pro 5 is imminent then. great price.
Is there anywhere you can get the type cover for £55 still?
John Lewis guarantee is usually 'send off to be fixed' by their third party firm. But still better than standard 1 year..
Update: John lewis is same price + 3 years guarantee.



Edited By: S.c.0.TT.y on Mar 31, 2017 13:43
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Surface Pro 4 £719.00 @ Argos

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Get a further 10% off using the eBay Argos discount
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Type UK Layout Keyboard £54.98 @ AMAZON & JOHN LEWIS

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Lowest price for an original Keyboard direct from Amazon, various colours are the same price, Black, Blue and Teal. Already have one, tempted to get another colour for the price :-) Same price a… Read More
Lowest price for an original Keyboard direct from Amazon, various colours are the same price, Black, Blue and Teal. Already have one, tempted to get another colour for the price :-) Same price a…
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Wow would you look at that, it's reappeared, at full price :p
John Lewis seem to have completely removed the type cover from their site, wonder if it will reappear after the 17th when the discount ends...
too late. Oos JL.
Much thanks OP. Ordered. I've been waiting for the price to come down on these for ages to replace my SP3 keyboard, which is good, but I often hit two keys at a time due to them being close together. I've heard the trackpad is nicer too. Cheers!
This is an excellent keyboard....so much better that my Pro 3 one ghost it replaced. Great deal at this price!
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Tablet, Intel Core m3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen - £629.95 @ John Lewis

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Tablet, Intel Core m3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen Save 15% until 04.04.17 (saving applied to price)
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But you can get the 8Gb one,

This is a site for deals, this is 15% off the normal price.... great for those that want one

afroylnt
Schumarvel
taras
4GB of ram - SERIOUSLY ?
Bored of hearing this. Have you actually tried it?
Yep had to upgade my PC to 8GB. 4GB insufficient - I run loads of Tabs in Firefox etc
So 4GB is fine for cheaper tablets / laptops etc but @ this price point does'nt cut it any more in my view....
I do like the Surface pro - I have a pro 2 but surely new ones should have 8GB now - suspect MS won't upgrade the spec though as it would make the Surface book a very hard sell...
Schumarvel
taras
4GB of ram - SERIOUSLY ?
Bored of hearing this. Have you actually tried it?
Yep had to upgade my PC to 8GB. 4GB insufficient - I run loads of Tabs in Firefox etc
So 4GB is fine for cheaper tablets / laptops etc but @ this price point does'nt cut it any more in my view....

I do like the Surface pro - I have a pro 2 but surely new ones should have 8GB now - suspect MS won't upgrade the spec though as it would make the Surface book a very hard sell...

Edited By: afroylnt on Mar 27, 2017 14:29: info
M3 and 4gb , low spec, cold
why cold?
With a resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels
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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Tablet, Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen - £719.95 @ John Lewis

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Save 15% until 04.04.17 (saving applied to price) Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Tablet, Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen Read More
Save 15% until 04.04.17 (saving applied to price) Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Tablet, Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen
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Its a great tablet. I have been using it for over a year, but do not buy from PC World, especially if they have gift voucher promotions. John Lewis will give you the extra warranty.
Sorry, phone playing up. Why is this cold as it seems a good deal?
*seems
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Surface Pro 4, i5, 4GB Ram, 128GB Storage with Pen and Typecover!! £724.00 with code @ Very (First order)

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, 4Gb RAM, 128Gb Storage, Wi-Fi, 12.3 inch Tablet with TypeCover and pen included. LOW STOCK SO HURRY! The offer is £799 initially but if you create a… Read More
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, 4Gb RAM, 128Gb Storage, Wi-Fi, 12.3 inch Tablet with TypeCover and pen included. LOW STOCK SO HURRY! The offer is £799 initially but if you create a…
SSPENC3RR Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago17 Comments
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m or standard would work better and then it would make sense to call this a standard device, not premium.
Tell Microsoft and Apple. They use it in their product names.
I'm just saying that 4GB is a base/entry spec is more suited to a non pro (premium) device such as the regular surface.
Hopefully they fix it in this year's refresh.

To be honest focussing on the RAM is probably the wrong area, if anything, the problem with the base specification is the lack of storage, that's going to be a much bigger issue. As a professional programmer, regularly running visual studio sessions and SQL server, I still find 4GB would be adequate, but 8GB is much nicer, but I simply couldn't live in 128GB, I struggle with 256GB + 128GB microsd, enough that I'm looking for USB 3 SSD storage (anyone got recommendations?).

I'd like to see the next version up the levels of RAM and storage, but especially storage, without increasing the cost.

mike

Edited By: mbuckhurst on Mar 26, 2017 16:54
K1LLER_HORNET
plap
K1LLER_HORNET
The 4GB config really shouldn't exist in the Pro lineup imo.
4Gb is fine for most users, the SSD is fast enough for the virtual memory and there is a reason why 128Gb SSD devices hardly every come with 8Gb: page file and the hibernation file are much bigger so less free disk space.
Again a user fails to read and comprehend my comment.
I said 4GB shouldn't be included in the Pro lineup.
Put it in the Surface family but start the Pro sku with 8GB. That's what I said. Not that the 4GB model shouldn't exist. It just makes little sense to have it in a Pro branded device imo.

I guess 'Pro' must mean most casual users and their nan's nowadays.
i agree with you for the most part on the 'pro' naming attribute. quite misleading and should come standard with 8GB ram and do think the prices are extremely high for what is on offer however im working on the basis that while yes this device is expensive and should be of higher spec standard, this deal isnt bad for such a great capable machine regardless of the lack luster of additional ram. but as aforementioned the majority if not eveybody who uses this should be buying to do things that would utilise such a huge ram buffer. unless there idiots...
M0nk3h
K1LLER_HORNET
The 4GB config really shouldn't exist in the Pro lineup imo.
SSPENC3RR
4GB depends what your using it for generally most applications dont use more than 4GB anyway so that they conform with 32bit operating systems aswell less production cost. So in general your device will perform fine with mot applications and under a fairly decent load unless your planning on using at as video editing machine and 3d rendering, in which case why are you even buying considering this?
The Surface Pro range is a 64-bit setup.
Agreed though on the 4GB comment. For everyday users, 4GB will be fine.
In addition, I wouldn't recommend making a new account if you already have one.
Sorry i was working on the presumption that everybody knew the specs and operating system architecture i should have been more clear that it is infact 64bit architecture and operating syste, and capable of running full X86 based programs... i was just making the opposing argument to this that yes its a powerful machine but will never use its 4GB max ram cache unless your doing very intensive stuff which makes me beg the question why you'd look at this device...
mbuckhurst
K1LLER_HORNET
plap
K1LLER_HORNET
The 4GB config really shouldn't exist in the Pro lineup imo.
4Gb is fine for most users, the SSD is fast enough for the virtual memory and there is a reason why 128Gb SSD devices hardly every come with 8Gb: page file and the hibernation file are much bigger so less free disk space.
Again a user fails to read and comprehend my comment.
I said 4GB shouldn't be included in the Pro lineup.
Put it in the Surface family but start the Pro sku with 8GB. That's what I said. Not that the 4GB model shouldn't exist. It just makes little sense to have it in a Pro branded device imo.
I guess 'Pro' must mean most casual users and their nan's nowadays.
Just what does Pro mean, Andy Murray, he's a Pro, don't imagine he needs 8GB. It's a stupid idea to call anything Pro, it's meaningless in an object, premium or standard would work better and then it would make sense to call this a standard device, not premium.

Tell Microsoft and Apple. They use it in their product names.

I'm just saying that 4GB is a base/entry spec is more suited to a non pro (premium) device such as the regular surface.
Hopefully they fix it in this year's refresh.
K1LLER_HORNET
plap
K1LLER_HORNET
The 4GB config really shouldn't exist in the Pro lineup imo.
4Gb is fine for most users, the SSD is fast enough for the virtual memory and there is a reason why 128Gb SSD devices hardly every come with 8Gb: page file and the hibernation file are much bigger so less free disk space.
Again a user fails to read and comprehend my comment.
I said 4GB shouldn't be included in the Pro lineup.
Put it in the Surface family but start the Pro sku with 8GB. That's what I said. Not that the 4GB model shouldn't exist. It just makes little sense to have it in a Pro branded device imo.
I guess 'Pro' must mean most casual users and their nan's nowadays.

Just what does Pro mean, Andy Murray, he's a Pro, don't imagine he needs 8GB. It's a stupid idea to call anything Pro, it's meaningless in an object, premium or standard would work better and then it would make sense to call this a standard device, not premium.

I suspect a lot of the cold votes are as much to do with the previous prices, for instance I got my 8GB (< 4GB currently in use ;-) ), for £774 once I sold the Xbox that came with it, plus a Quidco discount on top. I'm not even sure that was the best deal at the time.

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Just to point out that there's 20% off the keyboard. Agree, however, that it is a bit of a poor show not bundling the keyboard in with the tablet. Guess that's MS for you. Still, hasn't stopped me from succumbing to temptation! ;)
Ah it isnt 10% off the cheap ones either - that swhy I thought it was a good deal i5 for 730 - 10% but it isnt
Still too expensive for me - haven't voted cold though. Hopefully we'll see lots more discounts over the next couple of months though, when the SP5 is released.
mgk
Doesn't look like it comes with the keyboard?
Getting more and more tempted though!


How can they call it a 2-in1 laptop if there's no keyboard? One of the '2' is missing!
Like selling a pack of rolls and calling them hamburgers.
Doesn't look like it comes with the keyboard?
Getting more and more tempted though!
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Very interesting device, I'm keeping my eye on it as it matures. At the price I would want Thunderbolt 3 though, so hopefully that comes around in the next refresh.

The Book comes with an unusual PSU port that facilitates both connectivity to the GPU/Battery equipped keyboard as well as supporting multiple ports on the associated Surface Dock.

I have to say that I am still finding USB-C a bit of a pain on my (now aging) 950xl - the sentiment expressed in this article rings true for me and I suspect we will see Thunderbolt in the next iteration.
Https://www.thurrott.com/mobile/microsoft-surface/6802/no-usb-c-on-surface-pro-4-and-surface-book-is-a-real-problem

Edited By: rd3d2 on Mar 31, 2017 11:40
Very interesting device, I'm keeping my eye on it as it matures. At the price I would want Thunderbolt 3 though, so hopefully that comes around in the next refresh.
I wouldn't bother with this, it's quite rubbish if you reckon you'll try to use it as your daily driver. I was on my third one before I gave in to it's "nuances" and returned it for a refund from John Lewis.

There was another deal similar to this the other day, I posted my reasons over there.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-surface-book-1169-10-currys-today-only-2641890?p=30332358



tjc2005
meherenow
A horrible machine.
I had 3 in quick succession, persevered with the third for 9 months in the vain hope Microsoft would release one of their many firmware updates that actually addressed the myriad of problems...
Got a full refund from good old John Lewis in the end.


What was actually wrong with it then?

Well I "tried" to use mine as a replacement main computer (as trumpeted by MS).

Constantly dropping USB was the main one - I had the Surface Dock (which thankfully I got for free as that is) another overpriced POS. You could be writing stuff to an external drive and it would randomly disconnect it. Perfectly working pieces of equipment (self powered not bus powered as the USB bus is woefully underpowered on the Book) would be fine on ANY other machine (and working in I.T. I have access to a LOT of other machines).

A mountain of other stuff too - the thing gets real close to TJ Max of 100c when pushing it (or some would say doing normal things like encoding video etc etc) so much so that it was unbearable to hold the clipboard portion it was so hot.

Scaling issues also drove me crazy - had it connected to a 1440p monitor, no problem with any other device.

Just check Google - MS will say they have fixed a lot of problems - I can assure you they haven't, the machine is just not fit for purpose.

Luckily I got mine from John Lewis - can't imagine Currys would be so entertaining when people realise it's not all its cracked up to be 9 months down the line...


Edited By: meherenow on Mar 23, 2017 07:45: info
On the other hand if I was in the market I might be tempted by this:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Microsoft-Surface-Pro-4-512GB-Intel-i7-16GB-RAM-Win-10-Pro-Warranty-Dec-2017/262897363243

£1150 - currently £1899 new


Edited By: rd3d2 on Mar 22, 2017 16:28
Incidentally my guess is that the lower spec Surface Books will be replaced by a Surface Book SKU that doesn't have the tablet/laptop capability - it will be simply a top quality touch screen laptop but with improved graphics grunt enabling mixed reality or more standard Photoshop type use.
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meherenow
A horrible machine.
I had 3 in quick succession, persevered with the third for 9 months in the vain hope Microsoft would release one of their many firmware updates that actually addressed the myriad of problems...
Got a full refund from good old John Lewis in the end.
What was actually wrong with it then?

Well I "tried" to use mine as a replacement main computer (as trumpeted by MS).

Constantly dropping USB was the main one - I had the Surface Dock (which thankfully I got for free as that is) another overpriced POS. You could be writing stuff to an external drive and it would randomly disconnect it. Perfectly working pieces of equipment (self powered not bus powered as the USB bus is woefully underpowered on the Book) would be fine on ANY other machine (and working in I.T. I have access to a LOT of other machines).

A mountain of other stuff too - the thing gets real close to TJ Max of 100c when pushing it (or some would say doing normal things like encoding video etc etc) so much so that it was unbearable to hold the clipboard portion it was so hot.

Scaling issues also drove me crazy - had it connected to a 1440p monitor, no problem with any other device.

Just check Google - MS will say they have fixed a lot of problems - I can assure you they haven't, the machine is just not fit for purpose.

Luckily I got mine from John Lewis - can't imagine Currys would be so entertaining when people realise it's not all its cracked up to be 9 months down the line...


oh right doesn't sound great! yeah I really do thing for what they are, extremely overpriced... like all these things now. e.g. my Msi laptop has far better specs and was on about £100 more. I know it's not the same thing but cmon, these specs for this price is ridiculous. I blame apple for this really.
tjc2005
meherenow
A horrible machine.
I had 3 in quick succession, persevered with the third for 9 months in the vain hope Microsoft would release one of their many firmware updates that actually addressed the myriad of problems...
Got a full refund from good old John Lewis in the end.
What was actually wrong with it then?

Well I "tried" to use mine as a replacement main computer (as trumpeted by MS).

Constantly dropping USB was the main one - I had the Surface Dock (which thankfully I got for free as that is) another overpriced POS. You could be writing stuff to an external drive and it would randomly disconnect it. Perfectly working pieces of equipment (self powered not bus powered as the USB bus is woefully underpowered on the Book) would be fine on ANY other machine (and working in I.T. I have access to a LOT of other machines).

A mountain of other stuff too - the thing gets real close to TJ Max of 100c when pushing it (or some would say doing normal things like encoding video etc etc) so much so that it was unbearable to hold the clipboard portion it was so hot.

Scaling issues also drove me crazy - had it connected to a 1440p monitor, no problem with any other device.

Just check Google - MS will say they have fixed a lot of problems - I can assure you they haven't, the machine is just not fit for purpose.

Luckily I got mine from John Lewis - can't imagine Currys would be so entertaining when people realise it's not all its cracked up to be 9 months down the line...
meherenow
A horrible machine.
I had 3 in quick succession, persevered with the third for 9 months in the vain hope Microsoft would release one of their many firmware updates that actually addressed the myriad of problems...
Got a full refund from good old John Lewis in the end.
What was actually wrong with it then?
Leonintelex
Is this the one with the updated GPU?
No
A horrible machine.

I had 3 in quick succession, persevered with the third for 9 months in the vain hope Microsoft would release one of their many firmware updates that actually addressed the myriad of problems...

Got a full refund from good old John Lewis in the end.
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Bought SP4 on Christmas. Using it as main machine at the moment (Visual Studio, Photoshop etc)
Pros: light, speedy, no overheating so far, really love the touch screen for editing stuff
Cons: Poor battery, last 3h max on light usage. Build Quality still lower than my 3y old macbook pro.
Not very comfortable for lap usage
3hrs?? That can't be right surely?
It's not, I get at least 5.
Can you pls confirm your SP usage during 5h. I might send mein back, as it is definitely around 3-3.5h . In fact i was on the market to buy an extra charger

Just general word/powerpoint/Excel and Internet.
Please note changing Internet browser to Opera makes a HUGE difference, it has a battery saver mode and the CPU usage is also dramatically reduced.
OrribleHarry
gebbet
bigN13
Bought SP4 on Christmas. Using it as main machine at the moment (Visual Studio, Photoshop etc)
Pros: light, speedy, no overheating so far, really love the touch screen for editing stuff
Cons: Poor battery, last 3h max on light usage. Build Quality still lower than my 3y old macbook pro.
Not very comfortable for lap usage
3hrs?? That can't be right surely?
It's not, I get at least 5.

Can you pls confirm your SP usage during 5h. I might send mein back, as it is definitely around 3-3.5h . In fact i was on the market to buy an extra charger
Joshimitsu91
plewis00
Joshimitsu91
I really like the look of the surface book but what I have never understood is how the surface pro could possibly be comfortable to use on your lap?
It's not, unless you are using it without the keyboard. But then it's a compromise as the Surface Book is literally twice the price.
Yeah I guess I am just not the intended market :D

No actually, I agree with you, the kickstand is annoying to balance on your lap and Microsoft would convince you that it's very usable (it's better with the multi-angle stand on the 3/4 than on the 1 and 2). I actually had a Surface Book but it was a total mess, it felt like a beta product so I sent it back and stuck with my SP3.
plewis00
Joshimitsu91
I really like the look of the surface book but what I have never understood is how the surface pro could possibly be comfortable to use on your lap?
It's not, unless you are using it without the keyboard. But then it's a compromise as the Surface Book is literally twice the price.

Yeah I guess I am just not the intended market :D
Joshimitsu91
I really like the look of the surface book but what I have never understood is how the surface pro could possibly be comfortable to use on your lap?

It's not, unless you are using it without the keyboard. But then it's a compromise as the Surface Book is literally twice the price.
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Sorry, but, how much!? What is this, a Premier League footballers only laptop?

Too much money and lack of computer skills? Are you mad? they buy Mac's. **winks**

These are very nice machines, but quite niché.

Regards
Flea
That's not expensive for a laptop.
It's not his fault you don't have much money
Sorry, but, how much!? What is this, a Premier League footballers only laptop?
With the potential Surface Book 2 and the highly anticipated Surface Pro 5 just round the corner, I'm not sure I'd go for this at the moment.
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the new one will be announced soon, should expect massive drops soon
never said it was amazing but at least £80 something off the RRP currently the best deal around on this model for finance. personally im waiting for bigger discount on SP5 announcments.
terrible deal
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Oh wow! That looks soooo good!!
I'd love one of these. Seems like the idea 2in1 but is this a good price?

Hopefully we'll see the machine on it's own for under 1k soon enough.
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Its cold as its just a port replicator/expansion they are all overpriced
Agree . Previos Surface Pro 3 Docking station style more usable. Far better and Cheaper options . e.g. Plugable UD-3800 Portable docking station £106 @ amazon.co.uk [url=Plugable UD-3900 USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video Outputs for Windows 10, 8.1, 7, & XP (HDMI and DVI / VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio, 6 USB Ports, 20W Power Adapter) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GQ3685Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_GYCXybH2FDJNQ]Plugable UD-3900 USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video Outputs for Windows 10, 8.1, 7, & XP (HDMI and DVI / VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio, 6 USB Ports, 20W Power Adapter) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GQ3685Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_GYCXybH2FDJNQ[/url]

Those don't charge the surface and also don't support 4k resolution though. The bandwidth on the "Surface Connect" port is better than USB3, so you can get the higher resolutions. Just some info to bear in mind. I'm actually using a dock similar to the one you linked.
danielbentham
Its cold as its just a port replicator/expansion they are all overpriced


Agree . Previos Surface Pro 3 Docking station style more usable. Far better and Cheaper options . e.g. Plugable UD-3800 Portable docking station £106 @ amazon.co.uk [url=Plugable UD-3900 USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video Outputs for Windows 10, 8.1, 7, & XP (HDMI and DVI / VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio, 6 USB Ports, 20W Power Adapter) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GQ3685Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_GYCXybH2FDJNQ]Plugable UD-3900 USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video Outputs for Windows 10, 8.1, 7, & XP (HDMI and DVI / VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio, 6 USB Ports, 20W Power Adapter) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00GQ3685Q/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_GYCXybH2FDJNQ[/url]
Wish I jumped on them at PC World at the time when they were around £15.97 prior to SP4 coming out - Compatible with both SP3 & SP4
Its cold as its just a port replicator/expansion they are all overpriced
not sure why the cold votes. this is an expensive bit of kit usually (£189 on the Microsoft store). this is a great price. heat from me
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Cant see the offer now, has it finished?
Hey all. I've seen few comments here with people who own one of these or an earlier version. Could you tell me what the pen is like with them? I mean in real terms, not the marketing patter. Does it work well, would it be feasible to use it instead of a dedicated gfx tablet? In Photoshop or Affinity or similar? Or is it basically a handwriting tool?
Thanks in advance!.
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4GB of RAM on what's essentially a high-end laptop running Windows is anything but "fine" Anno Domini 2017; you can saturate the 4GB by just browsing the web, somewhat depending on the browser.
I can browse the web fine on a 1GB Windows tablet, you must be doing something wrong. ;)
Regards
Flea
I agree that 4GB is poor for the price; I chew through memory when using firefox with allot of tabs open.
Have one for work. Don't want to sound ungrateful, but why all the fuss? And don't get me started on the Windows Store!
ibnMuhammad_
Erm, try opening Google Maps, and then browse around using StreetView, while having a few more tabs open, and let's see how that 1gb copes then ;)
Especially with Chrome, which is generally the worst of all browsers for mem usage.

So why would you use Chrome then? /facepalm

Using maps as an example, that's like saying you need to get somewhere in a hurry and have two options, a quick way and a slow way. You'll take the slow way then complain when your late...

As I said previous, if you can't browse the Internet on a 1GB tablet, the problem isn't the tablet.

Regards
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AO look to have a better spread of options available including i7 based Surface Pro 4s:http://ao.com/product/cr300002-microsoft-surface-pro-4-laptop-silver-43151-251.aspx
Plus 10% quidco right now too!
That makes it a great deal for the 256gb!
It's a great machine but you really should get the keyboard too. I have an i5, 8GB, 128GB. More than enough for what I need it to do. Has a fantastic screen too.
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lexic0n
No keyboard stand with it
It comes with an inbuilt stand!

(if you want to make it into a PC you can buy a nice bespoke keyboard - or use a cheap Bluetooth or USB keyboard).

Correction -- I think they just sold out?

Edited By: rd3d2 on Mar 09, 2017 10:39: correction
lexic0n
No keyboard stand with it

It comes with an inbuilt stand!

(if you want to make it into a PC you can buy a nice bespoke keyboard - or use a cheap Bluetooth or USB keyboard).
No keyboard stand with it
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Yet more crap for landfill and making your kids prone to allergies.......

I thought you meant these junk deals.
Yet more crap for landfill and making your kids prone to allergies.......

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A deal for the housewives.
some people have zero sense of humour[/quote

hoarhouse
[quote=jjsm639] A deal for the housewives.
some people have zero sense of humour

hoarhouse
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A deal for the housewives.
some people have zero sense of humour
You can't buy one of those in Asda, I know, I've tried
ty got anti bac wipes - lemon or original - (40s) - 32p today and floor wipes for 50p
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A deal for the housewives.


some people have zero sense of humour
where in the arnold one were these just ive been and staff say theyve never been this price???
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Replacement despatched from Microsoft this morning! :)
proper result
Let us know how the battery life is on replacement, they may have made some under the hood mods in which case we may all follow suit.

It varies hugely. At the moment (while idle) it says 86% 10hrs 56 min left nut while using Kodi earlier it said 72% 2hrs 32 mins left.
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Replacement despatched from Microsoft this morning! :)
proper result

Let us know how the battery life is on replacement, they may have made some under the hood mods in which case we may all follow suit.

Edited By: zeberdys on Feb 17, 2017 08:04
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Replacement despatched from Microsoft this morning! :)
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For those keeping the Surface Pro and having purchased a large SD card to use as a main drive to avoid clogging up the relatively small but fast SSD Drive you may want to do this.

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Ex-demo unit (Grade A+, so minor blemishes) on offer from SVP.co.uk with Surface Pro 3 i5 edition for £379.99. As an ex-demo comes with only 3 months warranty but haven't found it cheaper anywhere Read More
Ex-demo unit (Grade A+, so minor blemishes) on offer from SVP.co.uk with Surface Pro 3 i5 edition for £379.99. As an ex-demo comes with only 3 months warranty but haven't found it cheaper anywhere
Sousuke Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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It's a fake saving buying any Surface Pro second hand, because of the depleted charge count of the Lithium-ion battery, and the fact its a completely sealed device.

These batteries suffer more than most, because they are very high drain devices, more so than iPads. Batteries in these really can't take that for more than 3-4 years. It's pretty much a throw away device once the battery goes iffy.

Put the money towards a new Surface Pro, if you are specifically after one.

Edited By: tightar5e on Feb 17, 2017 17:52
I have used SVP for over 10 years and never had a problem. When this offer popped up I ordered it.
It wasn't until letter that I read people's comments on SVP. So being worried about the money I spent I messaged them. They say another company is going under the SVP name and they are getting the fallout of it.
Don't know if that's true or not, I'm just saying what I was sent.
Anyhow the surface turned up yesterday and opened the outer delivery box to find a scruffy surface pro 3 box. I thought S#£T opened the box and was very shocked.
I went over it with a fine tooth comb and it was immaculate except for a finger print smug on the volume button. Came off with a duster so I'm happy.
Just letter folks know my experience with this
A+ with blemishes, scuffs and buffs.. no, thank you.
Ex demo = second hand but used more!

Edited By: Jaybeam on Feb 04, 2017 16:22
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Dettol Antibacterial Surface Cleaner Trigger £1.69 reduced from £3.39 @ CO-OP

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Half Price. Detrol. Works really well.
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homebargain or poundland you can find better price
got one today in poundland for £? lol
agreed. a supermarket own brand equivalent for a quid or under will do an identical job.
agreed. a supermarket own brand equivalent for a quid or under will do an identical job.
Over-priced just because of the Dettol name
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Zep Commercial Products Reduced Prices from £2.00 ( List Below including All Purpose Cleaner & Degreaser 5lt £2 was £10, Surface Wipes, Pack of 300 £3.00 was £12.00 , Driveway, Concrete & Masonry Sealer Sealer 5lt £3.00 was £14 @ B&Q

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Zep Cleaning Products Reduced Prices from £2.00( List Below) @ [email protected] Zep Commercial All Purpose Cleaner & Degreaser, 5 L £2.00 Zep Commercial Calcium, Lime And Rust Stain Remover, 1 L £2.00 Zep C…
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Are the surface wipes Antibacterial?
https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-CYP5-xanhU4/V1BUI6hkR0I/AAAAAAAAHMk/rx7c3Ea33wcZr9y3-L6eGFA5N61aDPaVACLcB/s1600/zep5.png
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Some smashing wee Valentines gifts in there for Mrs D. Thanks OP!
All Purpose Cleaner & Degreaser?
Just tried to order various products. They went in the basket and said stock was available but when I went to check out it insisted on putting the wrong address for me whatever i did or tried to correct (Some one else with the same name I think) and said there was no stock..Sadly, I gave up at that point. Nice spot though OP
I've been trying to do a click and collect order for the last 2 evenings but the website is so bad, can't get to the checkout page

The Microsoft Surface Family, a line of high performance gadgets, blends the utility of a laptop with the convenience of a tablet. In each version the hardware is impressively powerful and the design is sleek. There are five key lines in the Microsoft Surface Family: the Surface, the Surface Pro, the Surface Book, the Surface Hub and the Surface Studio. Together, the Surface range has brought Microsoft into direct competition with world-class PCs like the MacBook. The best Surface deals can be found on a dedicated page here at HotUKDeals.

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The Microsoft Surface

The Surface was Microsoft's initial attempt at making a modern notebook device and remains a strong contender in the tablet market. The basic tablet design can be improved with a typing cover for faster and more comfortable handling and when not in use this keyboard acts as a protective layer. This original version of the Surface range now has a Windows RT 8.1 operating system and often comes ready with Microsoft Office 2013 RT optimised for use with a touch screen, providing Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word and OneNote. The build quality is excellent, the screen looks great and the speakers perform well for a tablet. Some people may find the app selection to be slightly limited in comparison to Apple devices, but the Microsoft range is expanding all the time. Also, the screen is notably low resolution and this has a knock on effect on the camera, which is disappointing. Surprisingly, the Surface has no NFC technology and is not enabled for 3G or 4G use.

The Surface Version 2

Most design features of the Surface 2 are shared with the Surface, but it is thinner and weighs less than the original. The new 1.7 GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 4 chipset gives this version a faster processing speed and there's also an upgraded 1080p display, bringing better colour rendering and lower reflection. The connectivity can also e promoted with a 3.0 USB port.

The Surface Version 3

The Surface 3 has a larger 10.8 inch screen and a full Windows desktop operating system. The Atom x7-Z8700 processor is more substantial and the display is capable of reaching 4K standards. You can also choose to add on a microSD memory card, with up to 200 GB of extra storage.

Specifications for the Microsoft Surface version 3
Processor: Quad-core Intel® Atom x7-Z8700
RAM: 2GB or 4GB
Weight: 1.37lbs (621g)
Size: 10.52 x 7.36 x 0.34 inches (267 x 187 x 8.7mm)
Screen resolution: 1920 x 1280 pixels
Camera: 3.5MP front, 8.0MP rear

Microsoft Surface 3

The Surface Pro

A light and portable machine that runs on a Windows 8 operating system, the Surface Pro offers the features of a PC in the form of a tablet. You can run all the applications you enjoy in your preferred browser and the touch screen controls are improved with a Surface Pen (https://www.microsoft.com/surface/en-gb/support/touch-mouse-and-search/surface-pen?os=windows-10&=undefined) for more precise work. If you remove the snap-on keyboard, it immediately becomes a notebook - you'll get the all the benefits of a Windows 8 operating system, accessed through a bright attractive touch screen. There is also a generous 2TB of expandable storage, but in this original version the battery life is somewhat disappointing and the device, at just under 2lb, is too heavy for some.

The Surface Pro Version 2

The second version of the Surface Pro kept to the original exterior design, but with revamped hardware. It was produced using the fourth generation Haswell Intel Core i5-4200U and has the option of increased storage, to either 256GB or 512GB. Users are able to upgrade the operating system to Windows 10.

The Surface Pro Version 3

The third generation of the Surface Pro runs on Windows 10 software and has a stand that now allows the device to be set at a number of different angles. It has a larger 12-inch screen, but still weighs less.

The Surface Pro Version 4

This latest Surface Pro 4 has the same screen size as version 3, but a slimmer screen with greater resolution at 2736 x 1824. The cooling system has been re-engineered  and these models include a powerful 6th generation Skylake Intel Core processor.

Specifications for the Surface Pro version 4
Processor: 6th Gen Intel® Core m3, i5 or i7
RAM: 4GB, 8GB or 16GB
Weight: m3 1.69lbs (766g), i5 1.73lbs, i7 1.73lbs (786g)
Size: 11.5 x 7.93 x 0.33 inches (292.1 x 201.42 x 8.45mm)
Screen resolution: 2736 x 1824 pixels
Camera: 5MP front, 8MP rear

Microsoft Surface Pro 4

The Microsoft Surface Book

The Surface Book is less refined than the Surface Pro, but is still an excellent PC packed with premium software, a high resolution screen and a stylus for added convenience. Each aspect of this futuristic-looking device has been thought through carefully and designed for a reason, for example the hinge enables the clipboard to be detached quickly and the Surface Pen is held securely beside the screen. The battery life offers around 8 hours of continual usage and you'll get the latest version of Windows and Office for word-processing and spreadsheets, as well as limitless apps. It's not designed for serious gaming, but can is compatible with less demanding titles.

Specifications for the Surface Book
Processor: 2.4GHz Intel® Core i5 or i7
RAM: 8GB or 16GB
Weight: i5 3.34lbs (1516g), i7 3.48lbs (1576g)
Size: Laptop 9.14 x 12.30 x 0.51-0.90 inches (232.1 x 312.3 x 13-22.8mm), Clipboard 8.67 x 12.30 x 0.30 inches (220.2 x 312.3 x 7.7mm)
Screen resolution: 3000 x 2000 pixels
Camera: 5MP front, 8MP rear

The Surface Hub

The Surface Hub is an interactive screen that's ideal for a business environment () and comes in two sizes, the 55 inch or the 84 inch version. It's still a PC but without a password or lock screen feature, instead you use the on-screen buttons to access whichever function you need. Open a Skype call, connect to a laptop, or use the whiteboard application, it's all available quickly and simply. When you start a meeting you enter Stage, from here you can see other attendees down the side of the screen and also your own view as a thumbnail. The whiteboard is placed centrally and any apps you need can be displayed for all to see, then controlled via the touch screen.

Specifications for the Surface Hub 55"
Processor: Intel® Haswell (4th Gen) Core i5
RAM: 8GB
Weight: 105lbs
Size: 31.75 x 59.62 x 3.38 inches (806.4 x 1514.3 x 85.8mm)
Camera: Dual 1080p front facing

Specifications for the Surface Hub 84"
Processor: Intel® Haswell (4th Gen) Core i7
RAM: 8GB
Weight: 280lbs (127kg)
Size: 46.12 x 86.7 x 4.15 inches (1171.5 x 2202.9 x 105.4mm)
Camera: Dual 1080p front facing

Surface Studio

Designed to work as a blank canvas, the Surface Studio is a substantial PC with plenty of power. It has an ergonomic feel and the appearance of an elite machine, all housed in an extremely thin 12.5mm casing. You can position it at a 20 degree angle so it's reminiscent of using an easel, then use swipes, taps and lines to produce images with a stylus. 13.5 million pixels render colours, texture and tone in stunning clarity, but as it runs on a Windows OS and has the latest version of Microsoft Office, the Surface Studio can also perform more day to day tasks.

Specifications for the Surface Studio
Processor: 6th Generation Intel® Core i5 or i7
RAM: 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB
Weight: 21lbs (9.56kg)
Size: 28 inch (71.12cm) with PixelSense Display
Camera: Windows Hello2 face sign-in, 5MP front

Microsoft Surface Studio

There's a Surface Version for Every Consumer

The Microsoft Surface is an affordable PC that is perfect for light home use and study. If you want to browse the internet, write e-mails, type documents or use spreadsheets, it will serve you well. The Surface is also an excellent starter PC for school and college students. Moreover, the Surface 3 is the most compact version of the Surface family.

For people who want a tablet which can be used like a laptop, the Surface Pro is their best choice. It combines portability with increased battery life which is great if you'll be using it on the go, or as a home and work computer combined.

The Surface Book is a good all-rounder, that's the most powerful Surface laptop suitable for people who want to type, edit photos, work on spreadsheets, go online, and play a few light games. It's a high-powered laptop that performs everyday tasks well and has a long battery life.

The Surface Hub is designed for use in business: it's the ideal tool for conducting meetings with people in other parts of the country or the world. The screen is clear enough to share information effectively and up to three other people at a meeting can also write on the page you are using, with different coloured inks. The Surface Hub works well for meetings between two people, but it can also handle larger groups.

If you need a laptop which can double up as an easel and provide a pop-up art studio wherever you happen to be, the Surface Studio is just right. It has a higher price tag than most of the other Surface family gadgets, but this is a specialised device which offers users the feeling of creating physical art from a screen.

Showdown 1: Microsoft Surface Book vs. MacBook Pro

Both of these high-end laptops are at the premium end of the market and of a similar size, but how do their other specifications compare?

Design Features of the MacBook Pro and the Microsoft Surface Book

The Surface Book has changed little over the years with its body secured in a strong magnesium alloy with a striking hinge mechanism to the back. At 3.5lbs it's heavier than the streamlined MacBook Pro which weighs in at 3lbs. Apple also have a thinner device at just 14.9mm, compared to the Surface at 22.8mm, but the Microsoft laptop can be separated from its base and become considerably more lightweight. Once the keyboard section of the Surface Book is disconnected, it's a 13.5 inch tablet, and unlike the MacBook Pro, it can then offer touch screen functionality. Microsoft may have designed a larger device, but it's also far more versatile than its Apple rival.

Which Has the Superior Display?

Although the screens are closely matched at 15.5 inches for the Surface Book and 13.3 inches for the MacBook Pro, the Microsoft laptop is packed with a stunning 3000 x 2000 pixel resolution compared to 2560 x 1600 in the Apple. The contrast is good on both, but the MacBook is brighter, with a wider range of colour tones.

Software Capabilities of the Surface Book and the MacBook Pro

The MacBook Pro runs on MacOS Sierra, it's a dependable operating system that's compatible with other Apple devices and brings the Siri AI along with it. The Surface Book uses Windows 10 which has a completely different interface, but the two systems aren't poles apart in terms of what they can do. Both enable a user to set up various desktops, both provide access to an app store and both are very easy to navigate. Windows 10 has Cortana, to compete with Siri, a digital assistant that works accurately and is well integrated into the rest of the software. You can write notes and perform file or online searches using your voice, and if you are already using a Windows phone, you can transfer your settings across effortlessly.

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So Which is the Best?

The Surface Book can be used as a laptop, or detached from the keyboard for use as a tablet with touch screen; this is definitely the right device if you really want the best of both worlds. Both are available with the same amount of storage - 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB - but it's worth noting that the MacBook Pro no longer has an SD card slot, which may put off photographers, both amateur and professional. Although Apple have a tried and tested design formula, plus software that's preferred by many users for its compatibility, the Surface Pro is a genuine alternative for people who are seeking a more flexible gadget.

Showdown 2: Microsoft Surface Pro vs. iPad Pro

Both the Surface Pro and the iPad Pro are extremely impressive tablets, but they differ in many ways and aren't aimed at the same users. For people who want their gadget to provide plenty of gaming opportunities and creative tools, the iPad Pro is likely to be more popular. It's got four speakers, a super-fast A9X processor inside and you can choose to buy a cover and Apple Pencil separately. Unlike the slicker Apple device, the Surface Pro is essentially a more adaptable replacement for your laptop. Running on Windows 10, it has a 6th generation processor which can easily equal the output of the A9X.

Differences in Design Between the iPad Pro and the Surface Pro

The iPad Pro is available in a 12.9 inch format and a more manageable 9.7 inch size. Somewhere in the middle, the Surface Pro has a screen size of 12.3 inches, but because the body of the device is more compact, it feels far less bulky than the larger iPad Pro. Regarding portability, the smaller iPad Pro is certainly a better choice. It's perfect for slipping into a bag or rucksack on your way to university or work.

The iPad Pro is noticeably more streamlined than the Surface Pro, with the larger version measuring 0.27 inches and the smaller 0.24 inches. The Surface Pro is a sturdier 0.33 inches thick, but this does include a kickstand. If you want the iPad Pro to stand independently you'll need to snap on a cover and choose the position you want it in. The Surface Pro's more ample size means it can fit in a microSD card slot, a mini DisplayPort and that all important standard USB as well – for some users these extra ports will be a significant bonus.

When you add the keyboard enabled Type Cover, the Surface Pro increases in weight from 1.7lbs to 2.4lbs. It's not hugely different to the larger iPad Pro, which starts at 1.6lbs and then grows to 2.3lbs if you attach the Smart Keyboard, but the smaller iPad weighs just 1.5lbs with a keyboard and 0.96lbs alone.

How do the Displays Measure Up?

Despite having a larger screen the iPad Pro has less pixels per inch than the Surface Pro, 267 dpi to 264 dpi. Colours are warmer and brighter too on the Surface Pro, but the 9.7-inch iPad Pro features a True Tone display function, this automatically detects brightness levels in a room and compensates to create a richer visual image.

Which has a Better Audio Output?

Fitting four speakers to a device as small as a tablet is difficult to achieve, but Apple has made it happen on the iPad Pro and the audio benefits hugely, whether you are listening to music or watching a film. The Surface Pro makes do with two front facing speakers, these can lack bass, but as they're produced by Dolby Audio, the sound quality is still crisp.

Is There More Battery Life in the Surface Pro or the iPad Pro

If you are going to choose a tablet based on its battery life, then the iPad Pro is going to be your best buy. On average the Surface lasts around 6 hours in continual use, but the iPad Pro can keep going for up to 10 hours.

The Widest App Selection

Users of the iPad Pro can gain access to thousands of apps through the App Store, many of which are optimised for their gadget. Choose from sections devoted to the arts, to writing and to photo editing, as well as gaming. The Surface Pro user may have a smaller choice when it comes to apps in the Microsoft Store, but those on offer are heavy hitting classics like Photoshop, along with Steam and Google Chrome.

So Which is the Best Tablet?

Comparing the iPad Pro and the Surface Pro is not an easy task, because they are designed for different needs. If you're choosing between the two, it might help to consider whether you want a tablet which works just as well as a notebook, like the Surface Pro, or a powerful tablet with a bigger screen, like the larger iPad Pro.

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What Kind of Accessories are Available for the Surface Range?

Increasing the efficiency is easy with the available accessories for the Surface family. These are the most popular:

The Surface Type Cover: This soft cover is essentially a keyboard which makes it easier to type for longer. It's perfect for people using the mobile tablet devices for work or study, but also acts as a colour coordinated protective cover. The keyboard is also backlit, so you can use it in low light.

Microsoft Docking Station: Whether you keep it at home or in the office, this docking station presents a handy way to charge your device. There are also extra ports so you can connect any other Surface devices and charge them at the same time.

The Surface Pen: If you'll be buying a Surface Product, the pen is a great accessory. It makes writing feel natural and is great for art projects. On the side, the pen has editing features and a function called “Palm Block“ which stops the side of your hand affecting the screen.

Finding Help with a Microsoft Surface Gadget

Many problems with the Surface range can be solved using Microsoft's extensive online support service. Just click "Devices and Xbox" from the drop down "Product" menu on the Microsoft homepage, and then choose Microsoft Surface, followed by "Support". If your problem is not covered, or the solution doesn't work, you can talk to a live agent online, visit their page on Twitter, or send them a message via Facebook.

How to Get a Great Price on a Surface Product

The most affordable product in this range is the Microsoft Surface, an excellent choice for light home use and education but some people will need a higher powered unit. To get a lower price on elite goods like the Surface Pro or the Surface Book, you could choose one of the older models or wait until Microsoft have a deal on the device you want.

Other major electronics retailers like Tesco, Currys, Amazon and Argos, also have discounts on top range Surface devices throughout the year. Look out for special offers during the November Black Friday event, as well as in annual New Year and summer sales.

Whatever kind of Surface tablet you prefer, you can find the biggest savings here at HotUKDeals. We'll keep you up to date with all the latest offers on our Microsoft Surface page.