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You can now preorder Microsoft’s Surface Pro with LTE

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Surface Pro LTE
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Microsoft started selling its Surface Pro with LTE to business customers back in December, and now the company is opening up sales to consumers today. Two models will be available, both with Intel’s Core i5 7300U processor (and fanless design). A model with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will be priced at $1,149, and 8GB of RAM with 256GB of storage will cost $1,449.

Preorders begin today at Microsoft’s online store, although it appears only the 8GB of RAM model is available to order right now. Devices should ship by May 1st and will also be available in Best Buy retail stores. Neither model ships with the necessary Type Cover ($129) or optional Surface Pen ($99), as both are sold separately so you’ll need to consider that additional cost. For a full look at the Surface Pro with LTE check out our review right here.