Huge laptop discounts at Microsoft Store, save up to $1,000 on June 20 only

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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If you missed out Microsoft’s December deals, and you didn’t buy that laptop you’d been dreaming about for a whole year, you no longer have to be angry with yourself. Microsoft is currently offering huge discounts for a series of laptops and all-in-one computers, ranging from $100 to massive $1,000 discounts. This time, don’t just sit and watch, buy now!

If you’ve been looking for a home or office laptop, or even for a powerful gaming laptop, Microsoft now has the right offer for you. You can choose the computer you want from brands like ASUS, Toshiba, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and more. They’re all capable of delivering powerful performance at a price you’ll love.

Most of these computers already come equipped with a free Windows 10 upgrade, so you can benefit from Microsoft’s latest OS and enjoy a faster and better user experience.

All these devices that are on sale are Signature Edition devices, in other words, they’re clean, fast, and protected. There are no pre-installed bloatware to slow your PC down, and Windows Defender gives you protection with no annual contracts and free updates for a faster and more secure PC experience.

The list of available deals includes:

You can check out the full list of deals on the Microsoft Store’s page.

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