Since Black Friday is nearly upon us, no wonder that every company wants to present their offer in order to draw large masses of customers to their stores. Last week we got the Microsoft’s first round of special sales and just today the company announced another portion of mouth-watering Black Friday deals, including killer prices on Surface Pro 3 and many more Windows running devices. So, if you’ve had your eye on any of these products, you may never get better chance to buy it.
Feel the lack of motivation to study? Your not the only one, but Microsoft seems to have found the solution to the problem. Now, the company teases all students with discount of $150 for the Surface Pro 3, decreasing the tablet’s price tag to just $649 for its basic version. Interested in details? Let’s take a look.
If great hardware, premium construction and beautiful design are not enough to draw your attention to the new Surface Pro 3, Microsoft has come up with another idea. A very convincing one, we must add. The company has announced a new trade-in offer which will let you receive up to $650 for your MacBook Air toward purchase of the Surface Pro 3. Here’s what you need to do to take advantage of the promotion.
We have been anxiously waiting for this day ever since Microsoft sent out invitations to its New York event two weeks ago. As the day finally arrived, the company unveiled its latest addition to the Surface Pro lineup, the 12-inch Surface Pro 3 tablet. In a nutshell, the slate is large, thin, lightweight, durable, fast, comfortable to work with and will be available with a bunch of useful accessories. In other words, it has all it takes to replace your laptop.
Nothing like a fresh batch of leaks to wrap up the weekend. Today our focus is on Microsoft’s upcoming new tablet, the Surface Pro 3. The slate is expected to be announced during Microsoft’s press event in New York City on Tuesday. However, you don’t have to wait until Tuesday for specs and pricing details as these have just leaked out ahead of the tablet’s debut. What is interesting, the report suggests that new Surface Pro 3 won’t be the only device to be unveiled during the event – it looks like the Surface Mini is coming too.