Surface Pro X Prices Cut By $200

It's been just five days since Microsoft released the x64 emulation preview for insiders in the development channel. And after that Windows 10 on ARM adaption came todays Surface Pro X price cut too, sending the prices down $200 on all configurations in Microsoft Store:

The new Surface Pro X entry level price now starts at $799, which is a little more reasonable, though still pricey. It's also just the SQ1 models that have been given a price cut before the holidays.

So the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model now costs $799, the 8GB RAM/256GB storage model costs $1099, while the 16GB RAM/256GB storage model costs $1299, and the 16GB RAM/512GB storage models costs $1599.

Compared to the iPad Pro 12.9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, the 12.4-inch Tab S7+ with 128GB storage is now $699 for a limited time, while the iPad Pro 12.9 with 128GB storage is $949.

Though to be fair, these are the prices for the Wi-Fi models, and the 13-inch Surface Pro X does at least come with built-in 4G LTE.

– Tom Bowen