Microsoft Releases Cheaper Core I7 Surface Pro 3 Variant

Posted: Jul 2 2015, 8:08am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 2 2015, 8:10am CDT, in Technology News


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Microsoft Releases cheaper Core i7 Surface Pro 3 Variant

Surface Pro 3 now gets a cheaper Core i7 version

Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 setup brings the power of Intel's Core i7 processor at an even lower cost. Clients who wanted the Core i7 processor can now get a Core i7-powered Surface Pro 3 for just $1,299 (£825, AU$1,688), a noteworthy sparing from the past $1,549 (£984, AU$2,013) passage cost for Intel's intense chip.

The keen spectators will see that the lower value Core i7 rendition isn't an immediate value drop. At $1,299, clients will get 128GB capacity, instead of the 256GB limit of the $1,549 model. At the new lower value, the Intel Core i7 model is valued the same as the Core i5 model of the tablet. The Intel Core i7- based Pro 3 has a built-in storage of 128GB.

The lower entry cost for the top of the line Surface Pro 3 will likely appeal to users who want to trade-off of storage capacity cost, however who at last still need the figuring and design force of Intel's Core i7. Microsoft will probably dispatch a successor of the Surface Pro 3 soon. The tablet was reported to release in May, a year ago. With the new i7 variant, the Surface Pro 3 is presently accessible in the accompanying six versions and prices.

The details are:

  • Intel Core i3 -- 64GB, 4GB RAM - $799
  • Intel Core i5 -- 128GB, 4GB RAM - $999
  • Intel Core i5 -- 256GB, 8GB RAM - $1,299
  • Intel Core i7 -- 128GB, 8GB RAM - $1,299
  • Intel Core i7 -- 256GB, 8GB RAM - $1,549
  • Intel Core i7 -- 512GB, 8GB RAM - $1,999

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