#Microsoft #SurfacePro4 – Microsoft Has Revealed Black Friday Deals and Bundles : In less than a week, the biggest shopping day of the year will offer gadget lovers, and not only, the chance to buy their favorite products at a cheaper price, as big brands offer massive discounts on various items. Microsoft is on the list and between November 24 and 28, it will offer some attractive deals on its website.
So, if you’re interested in buying the Surface Pro 4 with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage, you will pay $999 ($429.99 off), but you will also receive a free black Type Cover. On the other hand, the Surface Pro 4 with a Core m3 processor, 128GB of storage and a Type Cover can be bought from Best Buy for $599.
The Surface Pro 4 with a Core i5 processor and 128GB of storage will be sold for $799, while the Surface Book with a Core i5 processor and 128GB of storage will be available for $1249. The variant with 256GB of storage will cost $1499, with $400 less than the normal price.
In addition, between the same dates, the Xbox One S will be $50 cheaper, so its price will start at $249. However, prior to these dates, between November 20 and 23, you will receive the same discount for the One S or 1TB Xbox One bought from the Microsoft Store.
So, if you’ll buy a new console or you already own one, then you will surely want to add some games to your collection, and Gears of War 4 will be $25 off, Gears Xbox 360 Collection will be $25 off, while ReCore will be $20 off. Moreover, if you’ll need a controller, it will cost you $10 less.
Microsoft will also offer some interesting deals on third-party computers that are sold through Microsoft Store and microsoftstore.com, so Dell will sell its Inspiron PCs for $399 and HP will sell the Notebook 15 for just $299. In addition, you be able to buy the HP X360 for $229 or Lenovo Ideapad for $400 from Best Buy.
HP laptops NT Ci3 will cost $269 and NT Ci5 will be sold by Office Depot for $329, while Amazon will offer you ASUS’ Transformer Mini T102 for $299. Lastly, if you’ll buy the Inspiron 11 3000 directly from Dell, you’ll spend only $99. Source: neurogadget