Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 7 is up for pre-order for $749 and up, which isn’t a bad price for Microsoft’s latest high-end Windows tablet (and the first with a USB-C port). But that’s still not exactly impulse buy territory.
If you’re looking for something way cheaper and don’t mind buying refurbished hardware with less impressive specs, you can pick up a Surface Go for as little as $285 at the moment.
Or if you want a convertible laptop instead of a straight up tablet, Newegg is selling a refurbished Lenovo Yoga 14″ convertible for just $300.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Refurb HP Chromebook x2 2-in-1 tablet w/Core m3-7Y30/4GB/32GB for $355 – Woot
- Refurb Microsoft Surface Go tablet w/Pentium 415Y/4GB/64GB for $285 – Newegg
- Microsoft Surface Pro 4 bundles (w/keyboard & pen) for $570 and up – Woot
- Microsoft Surface Pro 6 w/Core i5/8GB/256GB for $699 – Best Buy
- Microsoft Surface Pro 6 w/Core i7/8GB/256GB for $899 – Best Buy
Laptops and convertibles
- Refurb Lenovo Yoga 460 14″ convertible w/Core i5-6300U/8GB/256GB/FHD display for $300 – Newegg
- Lenovo ThinkPad X270 12.5″ laptop w/Core i5-6300U/8GB/256GB/HD display for $429 – Lenovo (coupon: X270DEAL)
- Lenovo ThinkPad E490s 14″ laptop w/Core i5-8265U/8GB/256GB for $675 – Lenovo
- Dell XPS 13 9370 laptop w/Core i7-8550U/8GB/256GB for $899 – Newegg
Headphones and speakers
- Mpow over-ear noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones for $40 – Amazon (clip on-page coupon)
- Bose QuietComfort 35 II noise-cancelling over-ear Bluetooth headphones for $250 – NationWideDistributors (via eBay)
- Amazon Echo Plus (1st-gen) smart speaker for $50 – Woot
- Crusader Kings PC game for free – Steam
- Halloween sale on select PC games – Epic Games Store
- Select THQ Nordic PC games for up to 90-percent off – GOG
- PDXCON PC game sale (up to 80-percent off) – GOG
- Bethesda PC games for up to 50-percent off – GOG
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