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In the market for a Microsoft Surface tablet? This might be a good week to pick one up. Right now you can save $150 when you buy a Surface 3 tablet with an Atom processor and a Type Cover keyboard case. That actually makes it cheaper to buy the tablet + keyboard than it would be to buy just the tablet.
Microsoft also has sale prices for new and refurbished Surface Pro 3 tablets, but you might want to wait until tomorrow to buy one: The Surface Pro 3 with a Core i3 processor will be on sale for $200 off on December 4th.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
Tablets and notebooks
- Microsoft Surface 3 + Type Cover for $479 and up – Microsoft Store
- Refurb Microsoft Surface Pro 3 for $639 and up – Microsoft Store
- Double Power 8″ Windows tablet + Bluetooth keyboard for $80 – TigerDirect
- Double Power 10″ Windows tablet + Bluetooth keyboard for $130 – TigerDirect
- Dell 14″ laptop w/Celeron N3050, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage for $120 – Best Buy
- Unlocked LG G3 smartphone for T-Mobile for $220 – MobilePros1 (via eBay)
- LG G Flex 2 smartphone for $190 (4G on Sprint, 3G on other networks) – MobilePros1 (via eBay)
- Bose SoundTrue headphones for $75 – NeweggFlash
- ZTE SPro wireless smart projector for $300 – Best Buy
- LifeCharge 16,000 mAh power pack 2-pack for $40 – Woot
- Asus ZenWatch 2 + $10 gift card for $130 – Newegg
- Crucial 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1600 laptop memory for $68 – Newegg (coupon: EMCKNAP22)
- ADATA 64GB microSDXC card for $15 – TigerDirect (coupon: GQV163921)
- Name your price for $276 worth of Raspberry Pi and Arduino development eBooks – Humble Bundle
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
Nice deal for the Surface 3. If it was this price earlier I would have gotten one. The pricey keyboard was a deterrent.
You must realize it’s still a fantastic tablet even without the keyboard. A little limited in the App department, but otherwise quite excellent. And, if you really wanted, it has a full size USB port, so you could just use a regular Logitech-style keyboard and mouse with their tiny, flush fit wireless dongles.
I paid $440 on ebay for 64gb surface, type cover, 2 Pens, and a docking station. Also came with 2 screen protectors and a case.
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