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Surface Book Performance Base (scroll for more):

Rank 8GB/256GB 
Performance
Base

MSRP $2399
16GB/512GB 
Performance
Base

MSRP $2799
16GB/1TB 
Performance
Base

MSRP $3299
Stock?
Sales
Tax
(US)
Notes
(MIR, PDF = mail-in rebate)
Adorama NA $2799 $3299
NY, NJ Free shipping
NA $2799 $3299
YES
18 States
Free shipping
BHPhoto NA $2799 $3299
NY

BEST BUY
Free shipping
Free MS Office 365 1-yr license

Microsoft $2399 $2799 $3299
YES Free shipping
Once You Know, You Newegg NA $2799 $3299
YES
4 States
Free shipping
ODOMX Logo 88x31 NA NA NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
NA NA NA
YES
4 States
Free shipping
PCMall $2449.99 $2789.99 $3289.99
YES Free shipping
NA NA NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
Target Brand Banner 88x31 NA NA NA
YES None
$2449.99 $2789.99 $3289.99
YES Free shipping
Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC NA NA $3299
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
eBay Live
Listings
Live
Listings
Live
Listings
NA NA Real-time listing of Surface PCs


Surface Book i5:

Rank 8GB/128GB 
Core i5
MSRP $1499
8GB/256GB 
Core i5
MSRP $1699
8GB/256GB 
dGPU
MSRP $1899
8GB/512GB 
Core i5
MSRP $1999
Stock?
Sales
Tax
(US)
Notes
(MIR, PDF = mail-in rebate)
Adorama $1499 NA $1899 NA
NY, NJ Free shipping
$1299 NA NA NA
YES
18 States
Free shipping
BHPhoto $1299 NA $1649 NA
NY

BEST BUY
Free shipping
Free MS Office 365 1-yr license

Microsoft $1499 $1699 $1899 $1999
YES Free shipping
Microsoft $1149* $1489 NA NA
YES * Certified Refurbished
Once You Know, You Newegg $1299 NA $1649 NA
YES
4 States
Free shipping
ODOMX Logo 88x31 $1499.99 NA $1899.99 NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
NA NA NA NA
YES
4 States
Free shipping
PCMall $1499 $1659.99 $1899 NA
YES Free shipping
NA NA NA NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
Target Brand Banner 88x31 NA NA NA NA
YES None
$1499 $1659.99 $1899 NA
YES Free shipping
Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC NA NA $1649 NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
eBay Live
Listings
Live
Listings
Live
Listings
Live
Listings
NA NA Real-time listing of Surface PCs


Surface Pro 4:

Rank 4GB/128GB 
Intel Core m3
MSRP $899
Stock?
Sales
Tax
(US)
Notes
(MIR, PDF = mail-in rebate)
Adorama $799
NY, NJ Free shipping
Numerous discounted custom models
$899
YES
18 States
Free shipping
Numerous discounted custom models
BHPhoto $999
NY

BEST BUY
Free shipping
Free MS Office 365 1-yr license
Numerous discounted custom models

Microsoft $899
YES Free shipping
Microsoft $639*
YES * Certified Refurbished
Once You Know, You Newegg $789
YES
4 States
Free shipping
ODOMX Logo 88x31 NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
NA
YES
4 States
Free shipping
PCMall $859
YES None
NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
Target Brand Banner 88x31 $899.99
YES Free shipping
NA
YES Free shipping
Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC NA
YES Free shipping or
Free local store pickup
eBay Live
Listings
NA NA Real-time listing of Surface PCs

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Surface Studio:
Coming in 2017.



Notes:
- Authorized Resellers only.
- Prices are in US Dollars, cash or credit, for new machines.
- Prices are for standard-configuration machines as sold at Microsoft. Beware of machines with different memory and hard drive configurations.
- Most resellers accept international orders. Information is typically in the customer service area of their website(s).
- = in stock = not in stock
* Watch for free shipping offers.

Surface Specs & Info
  Surface Pro 4 Surface Book
MSRP $899 $1499
CPU Core m3/i5/i7 Core i5/i7
Display 12.3", 2736/1824 13.5", 3000x2000
RAM (min/max) 4GB/16GB 8GB/16GB
SSD Storage (min/max) 128GB/256GB 128GB/1TB
Size (in.) 11.5 x 7.93 x 0.43 12.3 x 9.14 x 0.51-0.9
Weight (lbs.) 2.37 3.34-3.48


Images courtesy Microsoft

Surface PC Review:

The 8.4 mm thick Surface Pro 4 tablet features a 12.3-inch PixelSense 2736x1824 screen with 60 percent more pixels than the previous model, and is powered by 6th Generation Intel Skylake Core m, Core i5, and Core i7 processors. Prices start at $899.00. The Surface Pro 4 is claimed to be not only 30 percent more powerful than Surface Pro 3, but also quieter, cooler running, and more efficient with up to nine hours of battery life. Its redesigned Surface Pen stylus supports 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity on one end and an eraser on the other.

One of the biggest reasons why Microsoft's Surface machines are selling well is that they run the full Windows 10 desktop operating system, support external pointing devices, and have standard expansion and connectivity ports -- all stuff busy and productive pro users require in a laptop computer.

Since 2010, rather than fading away, PCs -- especially laptops, have been adopting more of the characteristics offered by tablets -- notably thinness, lightness, and instant-on spontaneity -- while shedding little of their productivity-friendly power and versatility.

For example, the new Microsoft Surface Book convertible hybrid laptop features pen and touch support, 6th Generation Intel Skylake Core m, Core i5, and Core i7 processors up to 12 hours of battery life, a 13.5-inch optically bonded PixelSense 267 dpi detachable screen, and an optional discrete GPU that allows Surface Book to harness the full power of hardware-accelerated graphics, starting at $1,499.00 -- competitive with Apple's current marquee laptop -- the 12-inch MacBook with Retina display.

Eric Smith, Senior Analyst for Strategy Analytics' Tablet and Touchscreen Strategies service observes: "[With] release of the Surface Pro 4, we see Microsoft leading the growing pack of professional grade Tablets running Windows 10. The release of Windows 10 in July provided opportunities at the high-end to better position tablets against PCs on productivity needs and compatibility with the office setting. Opportunity abounds at the low-end as well, where White-Box vendors are already selling Ultra-Low price-tier 2-in-1 Tablets to compete against low-end PCs and Tablets for casual use, particularly well-suited in emerging markets for consumers new to the computing segment." The iPad Pro caters to neither of those markets.

Peter King, Research Director, Tablet and Touchscreen Strategies service at Strategy Analytics says: "As replacement cycles have lengthened for both Tablets and PCs in recent years, 2-in-1 Detachable Tablets have become affordable enough that they will compete for consumer spend of both products. A household could settle on a 2-in-1 Tablet for casual use, which can also transform into a dockable mini workstation when needed for more intensive activities.

Note that Smith and King praise Windows 10's catering to power users' productivity needs, while neither references the iOS, and that Apple has no 2-in-1 detachable tablet hardware like the new Surface Book to offer.


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