Microsoft will give you a free tablet when you buy a Windows 10 PC
The Microsoft Store in both the U.S. and Canada is running a new promotion where customers who purchase a Windows 10 PC walk away with a brand new 8-inch tablet from NuVision. It’s a good deal, but will only last for a limited time so if you’re interested, make a move now.
The NuVision tablet usually goes for $99, so consumers are not getting a powerful piece of kit, just something for basic use. In the past, Microsoft made a similar deal where it offered the same tablet for $40 along with a purchase of a Windows 10 computer.
Bear in mind that not all Windows 10 PCs are eligible. There are a selected few and Microsoft made sure to list them for all to see before they decide to jump in. The cheapest Windows 10 PCs on this list go for $699 while the most expensive is $3,499.
Most computers on the list are on sale. One in particular, the Alienware 15 Touch Signature Edition Gaming Laptop, sports a $500 discount that brings it MSRP down to $1,999.
There’s ample time to take advantage of this deal seeing as it won’t go out of commission until September 9, 2016. Microsoft is clearly targeting those who are in full back to school mode, and the plan might just work out in the software giant’s favor.
If you’re not seeking a Windows 10 computer but a smartphone instead, the Acer Liquid Jade Primo is going for cheap on the Microsoft Store right now.
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