Early Black Friday deals are continuing to appear on major US retailer websites, and now, Microsoft has joined the fray.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 8, a sleek and capable tablet-laptop hybrid device, is currently on sale. If you visit the Redmond giant’s online store, you can grab a Surface Pro 8 with a price of $799, saving at least $300 (roughly 27%) on its typical starting retail price of $1099.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 is a thin, lightweight hybrid device suitable for work and study. Available in a variety of different finishes and specifications, the 13″ touchscreen tablet is designed for productivity — although you may have to invest in additional accessories such as a keyboard and stylus, depending on how you want to utilize the hybrid machine.
The lowest price point available is $799 for a platinum model with an Intel Evo Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB SSD storage. However, if you want more power in your device, you can still save $300 on a Surface Pro 8 equipped with an Intel Evo Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, and 1TB SSD storage — normally priced at $2199, but now available for $1899.
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At the time of writing, three configurations are out of stock in platinum and two configurations in graphite are also sold out. There’s no telling how long stocks will last.
Best Buy, too, is offering $300 off the basic Surface Pro 8 model.
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ZDNET is also keeping an eye out for other tablet deals on the market in the run-up to Black Friday. Check out our Best Black Friday tablet deals guide, or alternatively, our top picks for tablets as Christmas gifts.