Microsoft is widely expected to finally make the LTE-capable Surface Pro official in late October at an event in London. One UK-based retailer, however, simply couldn't wait until then - and decided to list the still unannounced device on its website. What's more, it's even taking pre-orders for the Surface Pro LTE.
It's priced at £1,402.80 with a Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. That's a £153.80 markup compared to what Microsoft is currently charging for the same configuration sans LTE connectivity. So expect the US prices to be around $150 steeper for the LTE-enabled versions of the Surface Pro than their Wi-Fi-only counterparts.
The UK retailer taking pre-orders says it will deliver the pre-ordered Surface Pro LTE devices in December.
I agree I've been a Windows OS user since 95 and have used them all except for Windows 8/8.1 and I love macOS now. Windows just looks and feels ancient compared to it, I just wish macOS was open or used better specs like Windows.
meh .. too expensive for the hardware ... Keep an eye on HP and Lenovo Thinkpad similar products .. cost 30% less.
best productivity win 10 ? loooooooooooooooooooooool