The latest iteration in Microsoft’s line of Surface Pro devices, the Surface Pro 9 offers a slimline design with a lot of power. This 13″ Surface Pro model is currently on sale for $1,399.99 ($200 off), the lowest price seen since its October 2022 launch.
The Surface Pro 9 may be thin, but there’s a lot tucked into the sleek design. Equipped with a 12th Gen Intel Core 17-1255U processor, this is Microsoft’s most powerful Surface Pro yet. Improve your productivity with 16GB RAM and a fast 256GB SSD capable of handling data-packed presentations, as well as resource-intensive photo and video editing software. Both RAM and SSD can be upgraded or downgraded, but the $200 off won’t apply to all configurations.
Microsoft Surface Pro 9
Microsoft’s latest Surface Pro is a powerhouse delivering top-quality graphics on a 13″ PixelSense Flow Display. Built with a 12th Gen i7 processor, 256GB SSD, and 16GB RAM, the Surface Pro 9 favors productivity, efficiency, and high speeds.
The Surface Pro 9 produces unmatched visuals and a 120Hz refresh rate through the 2880 x 1920 13″ PixelSense Flow Display. The responsive touchscreen offers versatility, whether you’re churning out reports or putting your creativity to the test. File transfers are fast and efficient with two Thunderbolt 4 ports and network connectivity has never been more reliable, thanks to the Wireless-AX next-generation Wi-Fi and 5G compatibility. The 13″ Surface Pro 9 also includes Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, a standard headphone jack, and a 1080p front-facing camera with AI integration.
Today’s $200 deal on Microsoft’s powerful 13″ Surface Pro 9 is available through Sunday, December 4 at Best Buy. There are multiple configurations to choose from, including a 512GB and 1,000GB SSD or 32GB RAM, and all models come with Intel’s i7-1255U. The sale is not available on models with 8GB RAM and all accessories (including the detachable keyboard and Surface Slim Pen 2) are sold separately.
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