There’s still more than a week before Christmas. If you are looking for amazing gadget deals, Microsoft is currently offering discounts to select Surface Books, the Surface Pro 4 and Dell Inspiron 13. You might want to check it out aside from its 12 Days of Deals promo.
This is your chance to grab on a slightly affordable Microsoft Surface Book that runs on the sixth-generation Intel Core i7. If you are one of those who are disappointed with Apple’s MacBook Pro, Microsoft’s Surface devices are good alternatives. The 13.5-inch Surface Book with 256GB SSD is now being sold for only $1,699 from its regular price of $2,099. If you want a Surface Book with more storage at 516GB SSD, you have to spend $2,299.
There is also the Surface Book with 1TB SSD. It costs $2,799 from a whopping $3,199. Though the above mentioned laptops are $400 cheaper than their original prices, they are still considered expensive. If you are actually saving up, one of the Core i5 models has a $250 discount. It should be noted that Microsoft’s holiday deal does not cover the recently released Surface Book with Performance Base.
If you are looking for something more portable, the 2-in-1 Surface Pro 4 is now up for only $749. That’s $250 less than its original price. The device you will get is powered by 6th Gen Intel Core i5 and runs on Windows 10 Pro. It has 12.3-inch PixelSense touch screen display, a 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD. It is also comes with a Surface Pen. The Surface Pro 4 also lets you play a video for up to 9 hours.
As for a non-Microsoft laptop, the Dell Inspiron 13 5378 Signature Edition 2-in-1 PC is currently being sold for just $479. You will be able to save $270. It is powered by Intel Core i5-7200U 2.50 GHz. The Dell Inspiron 13 runs on Windows 10 Home with 13.3-inch Full HD touch screen display, 8GB memory and 1TB HHD. These deals are only available through Dec. 24, according to Windows Central.
Microsoft just recently announced that November was their best month yet when it comes to the sales of their Surface devices. The tech giant also boasted that there are more people who are switching from MacBook to Surface. They even threw a little bit of shade that the “disappointing new MacBook Pro” is a factor that drove users to replace it with Surface.
Microsoft launched the Surface Studio all-in-one PC and Surface Book with Performance Base on October, the same month when Apple also unveiled the new MacBook Pro. It remains to be seen if Microsoft’s success will carry through December.