The Microsoft Surface Pro 2 has become cheaper with the Surface Pro 3 is set to launch any time now and Microsoft is clearly preparing for their new tablet’s debut.
The company has chosen to marked down the price of the Surface Pro 2. The device just became more affordable with prices cut up to $200 cheaper. Instead of the original price of $1,799, the tablet will now only cost $1,599. However, this is the price from the 512 GB version. If you still think this amount will break your bank, you can opt for the 64 GB storage with an Intel Core i5 processor for $799 instead of the standard price of $899. Or if you’re looking for something a little better, you can choose to get the 128 GB model for $899 – this is inclusive of the price cut of $100. The model with 256 GB storage space will now cost you $1,099. However, this model is currently out of stock.
This drop in price is occuring just as the pre-orders for the Surface Pro 3 is available. However, pre-orders are limited just for the Core i5 Surface Pro 3. The cheaper Core i3 and better Core i7 versions will both only be available in August this year. With the price cuts being unconfirmed whether it is permanent or temporary, now will be the time to splurge and get a worth your money up to date tablet.