Buy a Surface Book with Intel Core i5 now and save $150

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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If you have been hunting deals for Microsoft’s Surface Book, consider us the bearers of excellent news: you can now buy this state of the art laptop from the Microsoft Store and benefit from a $150 discount.

The offer is valid for the United States and concerns only Intel Core i5 Surface Books. Three Surface Book models are available:

  • Microsoft Surface Book – 128GB / Intel Core i5 for $1,349.00 down from $1,499.00
  • Microsoft Surface Book – 256GB / Intel Core i5 for $1,549.00 down from $1,699.00
  • Microsoft Surface Book – 256GB / Intel Core i5 for $1,749.00 down from $1,899.00.

The Surface Book weighs only 3.34 pounds and its 13.5-inch PixelSense display has an incredible resolution (3000 x 2000) for vivid images. You can detach the screen to use it like a clipboard or reattach the screen to take advantage of the optional NVIDIA GeForce GPU. The Surface Book has advanced wireless options and many ports you can use to connect other devices and accessories. You can use various devices to interact with your Surface Book such as touch, a Surface Pen, mouse, or keyboard. Surface Book runs Windows 10 Pro flawlessly and allows you to create, edit, and share documents in Microsoft Office.

You can interact with your Surface Book in various ways such as touch, a Surface Pen, mouse, or keyboard. The Surface Book runs Windows 10 Pro flawlessly and allows you to create, edit, and share documents in Microsoft Office.

Microsoft also offered other discounts for its Surface Book. At any given moment, the tech giant offered a discount of up to $250 or a free wireless Xbox controller.

Both the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 were two devices that broke the Surface curse that had been haunting Microsoft for years. According to the latest Q3 results, Surface revenue increased 61% in constant currency driven by Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book, with general revenue in More Personal Computing up by 1% (up 3% in constant currency) to $9.5 billion.

The tech giant has seriously focused on its Surface products by rolling out a series of updates meant to improve their performance and solve battery issues. Now the company is simply reaping what it sowed.

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