Canadians can save up to CAD $400 on the Surface Pro 7 today at Microsoft

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Canadians can save up to CAD $400 on the Surface Pro 7 today at Microsoft

Do you love the Surface Pro 7 and hockey? Then you might be Canadian, and if you are you can save up to CAD $400 on the Surface Pro 7 right now! There are multiple configurations on sale in both platinum and black colors. The less expensive configurations are only up to CAD $200 off, but the more advanced ones can save you that CAD $400. The least expensive option therefore only costs CAD $799 compared to CAD $999. This deal is only good through the Canadian Microsoft Store and it ends on September 10.

You can also add some other stuff while building your package, and we highly recommend using your savings to get the Type Cover added on there. The least expensive Type Cover is only CAD $159 and helps transform the Surface Pro 7 from a tablet to a 2-in-1 convertible laptop.

In our Surface Pro 7 review we gave the machine 5 out of 5 stars and labeled it The Best. Daniel Rubino said it’s “almost everything I want in a portable PC. Performance is excellent, typing and audio are still the best of the bunch, and battery life gets me through the day.” He added, “That Type-C port brings so many new options to the table, drastically increasing the Pro’s abilities.”

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While the internals vary, a lot of the other features stay the same across the configurations. You get a 12.3-inch display with a 2736 x 1824 pixel resolution and PixelSense full touchscreen technology. It also has facial recognition built in, which makes logging in super simple and secure. The Surface Pro 7 has an 8MP camera on the back and a 5MP camera on the front, and both are capable of recoridng in 1080p resolution.

You’ll also get Bluetooth 5.0 and built-in Wi-Fi for easy wireless connectivity. It has a battery life that can last for up to 10.5 hours as well. Other interfaces include USB-C, USB-A, DisplayPort, a headphone jack, and a microSDXC card reader.

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