Microsoft reveals big discounts on its Surface Pro, Laptop, and Mixed Reality


Microsoft has you covered.

Last year shoppers spent $650 billion during the Black Friday sales week and this year's total is expected to be up by 4.5% on 2016.

Will you be taking advantage of these killer deals?

Microsoft has revealed a range of tempting deals it will have on the boil for Black Friday on the computing front, including big discounts for its new Surface Pro hybrid and Windows Mixed Reality headsets (along with Xbox deals which we've highlighted here).

The same price is also available as a doorbuster from Wal-Mart, Best Buy and Target. The bigger deals for the week will be coming at that time, but, for now, you can still score quite a few good bargains. It has a sleek design, weighing in at 1.6lbs, and a beautiful 12.3 inch touch screen PixelSense display which is designed to be used as a drawing pad.

MSFT been riding up and down and making diverse level of tendency on its effort toward active momentum.

Microsoft's Surface line is often on sale, and Black Friday is no exception. That's a $329 savings.

Buy a Surface Laptop (256GB SSD or higher) for $1300 and you get a Harmon Kardon Invoke speaker, a $199 value, for free. That includes a high-quality touchscreen and a powerful processor, though the Surface Pen stylus is no longer included in the box for some reason. If you're looking for further discounts, you can count most likely count on your favorite PC manufacturer, as they will also be offering sizeable limited time discounts on products for the holiday. The sales will conclude on November 27. You can also bundle a Acer Aspire Nitro 5 gaming laptop and the Acer headset with controllers for $999.

With a Intel Core i3 and 1TB of storage, this thing is crazy cheap at $200 off the regular price.

That's $150 off the laptop CNET called "the budget gaming laptop to beat".

Our reviewers just gave this little touchscreen champion an 8.3 rating, saying it was "one excellent ultraportable laptop". That price is a savings of $500.

Rounding out the laptop savings from the Microsoft store are a pair of Dell midrange portables.

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