US Microsoft Store now offering discounted Windows 10 devices

Khushaar Tanveer avatar. By: Khushaar Tanveer
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Microsoft is rewarding all you Windows lovers with exciting discount offers on brand new Windows PCs and tablets. So, if any one of you is planning to upgrade your Windows device or switch to one, this is the perfect time of the year to do so. The pocket-friendly offers are ranging from Lenovo’s notebooks to Dell’s Alienware and other miscellaneous  machines.

A praiseworthy aspect is that the discounts aren’t limited to just the devices carrying heavy price tags, but even affordable Windows machines features slashed pricing.

Samsung-Galaxy-Tab-Pro-S_Start_Angle1_en-USSamsung Galaxy TabPro S

SAVE UP TO $100

Starting at $799

Screen size: 12”

Battery life: Up to 10.5 hours

Memory: Up to 4 GB

Storage: Up to 128 GB SSD

Weight: 1.52 lbs

382-Yoga-900-13ISK-Angle6-en-USLenovo YOGA 900

SAVE UP TO $300

Starting at $1,149

Screen size: 13.3”

Battery life: Up to 9 hours

Memory: Up to 16 GB

Storage: Up to 512 GB SSD

Weight: 2.84 lbs

Dell-Inspiron-11-3000_Start_Angle1_en-USDell Inspiron 11 3000

SAVE UP TO $50

Starting at $199

Screen size: 11.6”

Battery life: Up to 8 hours

Memory: Up to 4 GB

Storage: Up to 500 GB HDD

Weight: 3.07 lbs

en-INTL-Dell-Alienware-Area-51-QG4-00030

Dell Alienware Area 51

SAVE UP TO $400

Starting at $2,499

Memory: Up to 8 GB

Storage: Up to 2 TB HDD

Weight: 61.7 lbs

uvisionuVision TM800W560L tablet

SAVE UP TO $30

Starting at $129

8-inch touch screen with Full HD (1920x1200px) resolution

Intel Atom Z3735F processor

2GB RAM

32GB storage

Miracast enabled + micro HDMI port

ideacenter stickLenovo Ideacentre Stick 300 Mini PC + remote

SAVE UP TO $30

Starting at $129

Mini PC that connects to a display via HDMI

Intel Atom Z3735F processor

2GB RAM

32GB storage

Miracast enabled

 

lenovo z50Lenovo Z50-87 notebook
SAVE UP TO $30
Starting at $59915.6-inch display with HD (1366x768px) resolution

AMD FX-7500 processor

8GB RAM

1TB storage

Dolby audio

dell inspiron 13Dell Inspiron 13 2-in-1 notebook

SAVE UP TO $150

Starting at $749

13.3-inch touch screen with Full HD (1920x1080px) resolution

6th-generation Intel Core i5 processor

8GB RAM

1TB storage

Intel RealSense 3D camera

alienware x51Alienware X51 R3 desktop PC

SAVE UP TO $300

Starting at $1,699

6th-generation Intel Core i5 processor

16GB RAM

256GB SSD

Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 GPU

Oculus Rift VR-ready (headset sold separately)

alienware 15Alienware 15 Touch gaming laptop

SAVE UP TO $700

Starting at $2,499

15.6-inch touch screen with 4K/Ultra HD (3840x2160px) resolution

6th-generation Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor

16GB RAM

256GB SSD + 1TB HDD

Includes nine free PC game downloads worth over $200

You can clearly observe the diversity offered in this sale: From large to small savings, from gaming devices to notebooks and powerful desktop computers, a wide selection of devices to choose from, all of which target consumers with big and small budgets.

Moreover, with the holiday season coming up, we can expect more exciting packages and offers to come our way. There is no end date specified for the sale but we advise our readers to hurry up and grab their favorite device while they still can, as many of them are running out of stock.

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