Refurbished Microsoft Surface 3 tablet discounted to $379.99

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Want a new Surface 3 but need a bit more scratch to make it happen? If you’re willing to settle for a refurbished Surface 3, though, then you’re in luck: at the moment, Microsoft is selling its Surface 3 line at a $50 discount. Or, you can head over to Dailydeals.com because these guys have refurbished Surface 3s on sale for $379.99.

This Surface 3 computer comes packed with a 128GB SSD, 4GB of RAM and 4G LTE. For what’s being offered, the price is a steal and much better than the $649 Microsoft is asking for a new Surface 3. Believe us: $649 can purchase a much better system right now, so we wouldn’t recommend throwing down that amount on a new Surface 3.

This deal will be around for just the next few days. However, if you still insist on getting one new from Microsoft, the company’s $50 off deal will run until the end of the month, so there’s ample time to save pennies until then

One could even decide to keep saving more until it’s possible to purchase a Surface Pro 4 if the need for a new computer isn’t as urgent. The Surface Pro 4 is arguably the best of what Microsoft has to offer today.

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