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Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 just hit the streets about two weeks ago, but Microsoft is already offering sale pricing.

You can pick up an entry-level model with an Intel Core i3 Ice Lake processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a Type Cover for $699.

A model with the same specs sells for $749 when you don’t buy a Type Cover. At this price, it’d be silly not to get the keyboard cover.

Or you could hold out a few more weeks and save even more money — Microsoft has revealed pricing for some of its upcoming Black Friday deals, and it looks like the company will be selling the Core i3/4GB/128GB model for $599 on November 28th.

There are also Black Friday deep discounts on several other configurations.




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2 replies on “Daily Deals (11-01-2019)”

  1. Not trying to sound nasty but isn’t it a bit worrying that M$ feels the need to discount brand new products already?
    It means that they are either not as good as we thought, or that they don’t sell, or that M$ was trying to fool the “early adopters” before setting a more normal price. Either way, It does not look good.

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