Microsoft has been talking about the Surface Pro LTE ever since the launch of the regular Surface Pro. The company finally shared details of the LTE version of its Surface Pro device back in October and started shipping to business customers earlier this month through the sales channel meant for businesses. And that makes sense since the LTE variant of the device is targeted towards business customers.
But if you are a regular consumer and want to get your hands on the device, you can now grab one from the Microsoft Store online, reports Neowin. The LTE variant of the Surface Pro is an “always connected” device, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X16 LTE modem capable of providing up to 450mbps download speeds. The LTE variant also has more of a streamlined design of the device as it does not have the grey bands that, in my opinion, ruin the look of the regular Pro.
Microsoft’s selling the Surface Pro with LTE for $1,149, and that will get you 128GB of storage, the Intel Core i5, and 4GB RAM. The regular Pro with the same specs is available for $999, in case you’re wondering. If 4GB of RAM isn’t enough for you, Microsoft is selling the 8GB RAM variant with 256GB of storage for $1,449 as well. You can get them both here.