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Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Tablet, Intel i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen, Platinum - £779 @ John Lewis & Partners (+2 yrs guarantee)
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Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Tablet, Intel i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen, Platinum - £779 @ John Lewis & Partners (+2 yrs guarantee)

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Posted 21st Aug

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Reduced by £200. Includes Microsoft Surface Pro Signature Type Keyboard Cover, free delivery and 2 years guarantee



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Ultra-light and versatile, Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 tablet will help you stand out from the crowd. Highly portable and extremely powerful, this device weighs only 770g, runs on an 8th-generation Quad Core Intel Core processor, and offers a battery life of up to 13.5 hours of video playback.

Intel Core i5

With a Intel Core i5 processor, you'll easily handle day-to-day tasks like word processing, image editing, web browsing and casual gaming.

The i5-8350U processor in this model features 6MB of cache and 4 cores that can adjust their speed depending on the complexity of the task they are working on, from 1.60GHz to 3.40GHz.

What is RAM?

RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.

A solid performer

Featuring 8GB of RAM, this computer has enough power for casual tasks like web browsing and word processing as well as more demanding jobs like complex spread sheets and image manipulation. You'll be able to run a healthy number of windows at once without any obvious lag or slowdown.

Work anywhere

An integrated kickstand and huge battery life makes the Surface Pro 6 easy to take with you and use anywhere. Featuring multiple positions, the kickstand can be adapted to your situation, letting you work comfortably at a desk, browse with ease on the sofa or take in a movie on a plane. You’ll be able to use the Surface Pro 6 all day too, thanks to the battery which can last for up to 13.5 hours.

Dazzling display

With a resolution of 2736 x 1824 pixels, the Surface Pro 6's 12.3-inch PixelSense™ display ensures high contrast and low glare to deliver a breathtaking picture. Bright, vibrant and full of details, the Surface Pro 6's screen is ideal for watching movies and editing images. Touchscreen technology will let you get hands on with your apps, while the Surface Pen (sold separately) delivers the most natural and accurate writing and drawing experience yet, letting you take notes, mark up presentations, sign documents or get creative with art apps.

Photos, videos and sound Featuring a 5-megapixel front-facing HD camera and stereo microphone to make Skype calls to friends and family while you're on holiday and have video conferences with your colleagues on the other side of the world, or experience easy logging in with Windows Hello. The 8-megapixel autofocus rear-facing camera with 1080p HD video recording to capture all your magic moments.

Great connections

The Surface Pro 6 features the latest technology to help you connect with the rest of your technology. Built-in Wi-Fi that’s compatible with superfast ‘ac’ routers will let you hook up to your home network and browse the internet at your leisure. Bluetooth 4.1 will let you wirelessly transfer data and stream media to other Bluetooth devices without draining your battery, while a full-size USB 3.0 port and micro SD card slot allow you to easily hook your Surface Pro up to other peripherals and storage devices. You can even connect your Surface Pro to a monitor, TV or projector by using the Mini DisplayPort and a compatible cable.

Screen beam

Miracast technology enables you to project your device’s screen onto your Miracast enabled television.

To enable Miracast functionality, press the Windows button + P (at the same time) on your keyboard and then click on ‘Connect to a wireless display’.

This is a great way to view pictures or websites on a larger screen, however please note: your videos might stutter or suffer with lag.

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"what is ram" can tell who this is aimed at.
Distributors desperately flogging the last out of the days when they can fool the market that £779 is a great deal.

When the next gen is out soon consumers will have much more difficulty palleting £779 for these.. I'm only somewhat surprised the big distros are not going in at £749 or less.

I guess there's still bounty to be had at this price when the main distros seem to be holding the line together and keeping it above £750

Edit:

Not voting down, but also not up on this one as although it's possibly worth the money (somewhat) I'm personally not going to buy above £750 and waiting for October where these will likely be cleared or at least cut well below £750 which imo is where a 128GB machine with this spec should (will) be.

For example I wonder what price the 256GB pro 6 models will be on deals in November. I've got a gaming laptop that will happily tide me over until then, but do admire the form factor of these so bring on October etc
Edited by: "muppetrider" 21st Aug
lewilewi4121/08/2019 14:33

"what is ram" can tell who this is aimed at.


Can you tell me what ram is?
brendanb58121/08/2019 18:20

Can you tell me what ram is?


i can tell you the difference between ram and marmalade?
chesterbuns21/08/2019 21:15

i can tell you the difference between ram and marmalade?


Zippppppyyyyy, what you doing in here

Joking aside this is great value IMO - they are price matching the Microsoft shop but JL allways trumps with great support.
muppetrider21/08/2019 15:03

Distributors desperately flogging the last out of the days when they can …Distributors desperately flogging the last out of the days when they can fool the market that £779 is a great deal.When the next gen is out soon consumers will have much more difficulty palleting £779 for these.. I'm only somewhat surprised the big distros are not going in at £749 or less. I guess there's still bounty to be had at this price when the main distros seem to be holding the line together and keeping it above £750Edit:Not voting down, but also not up on this one as although it's possibly worth the money (somewhat) I'm personally not going to buy above £750 and waiting for October where these will likely be cleared or at least cut well below £750 which imo is where a 128GB machine with this spec should (will) be. For example I wonder what price the 256GB pro 6 models will be on deals in November. I've got a gaming laptop that will happily tide me over until then, but do admire the form factor of these so bring on October etc


In all likelihood the next Surface won’t be until at least spring next year. For one, it has always gone that way; October release then spring release a year and a half later, then every new Surface Pro has had a generation leap in processor.

also, the previous generation tend to keep their price quite well and an 8th gen i5 is still pretty fast.
Just found a brand new surface pro 5 at local sell trade store its i7 1tb ssd and upgraded graphics compared to i5 models... BUT it's still 5th gen 2017 release... it is £1049 seems incredible as most other i7 16gb ram 1tb ssd even 2017 model near 1.7k minimum... is it worth waiting for newer models and see what happens or just grab it this cheap? I7 1tb ssd seems great but is 5th gen getting old now? I'm really stuck haha any advice would be awesome
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