The Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals keep on rolling in, and this time Microsoft has a great deal for those of us in the market for the most versatile laptop, with savings on the new Surface Pro. The price? $1,099.00, which is a $329 discount off of the original price of $1,428.99. The bundle includes a Surface Pro with 7th Gen Intel Core processor and the fastest start up and resume of any Surface Pro model yet. And yes, you'll still receive the free black Surface Type Cover.
Now as part of the Black Friday Deals, the Surface Pro can be brought for £600 but is available for Surface Lovers across the United Kingdom. If 256GB of storage is too much for your needs, you can decide to select from a model with a core i5 processor, 128GB of storage, and 4GB of RAM for $899.
Users looking for a 2 in 1 device with a great battery life can get the device as part of the Black Friday Deals only for £600, but you would need to be in United Kingdom to grab the offer. The deal with the Surface Pro i5 8/256GB configuration expires Sunday, while the one with the Surface Pro i5 4/128GB configuration expires December 2nd.
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Microsoft is also offering $40 off an Office 365 Home purchase when you buy a Surface product.
In our review last month, we gave it an 8/10 score for its robust performance, sensitive surface pen and awesome 13.5-hour battery life. Add Microsoft Complete and save another $40.
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