Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 get $150 discount

Microsoft slashes prices on its Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 devices.

Surface Book on drafting table
Surface Book on drafting table

If you’re in the market for a new Windows 10 PC for school or work, the Microsoft Store is currently offering $150 discount on Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.

Although Microsoft recently introduced two new devices, including the Surface Laptop and Surface Pro tablet, the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are still great devices that you should consider.

The $150 discount is for the base configuration featuring an Intel Sixth-Generation Core i5 processor with 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage. However, this model doesn’t include discrete graphics, instead it features integrated Intel HD Graphics.

Originally, this Surface Book model is priced at $1499, but now you can get it for $1349.

If you prefer a tablet, the Microsoft Store is now also offering its popular Surface Pro 4 with $150 discount for the base model sporting an Intel Core m3 processor and 128GB of storage without the pen. (You’ll need to add a Type Cover to see the total of $150 savings.)

Originally, this Surface Pro 4 model goes for $799, but now you can grab it for $649.

The discount also expands to the Intel Core i5 model with 4GB of memory and 128GB of storage, which brings the price down to $849 from its original $999.

These deals are not available everywhere, as such make sure to check the Microsoft Store website for more details. If you’re in the United States, make sure to take advantage of the Surface Book deal before July 16, 2017. If you’re planning to get a Surface Pro 4, the offer ends on August 9, 2017.

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