Surface Book’s price drops after Surface Book 2 announcement
Microsoft just unveiled two new Surface Book 2 models featuring 8th generation Intel Core i5/i7 CPUs, powerful NVIDIA GPUs, and up to 17 hours of battery life.
The latest additions to the Surface line of products will ship starting November 16. As a result of this announcement, the original Surface Book received a slew of discounts and deals at many retailers.
Great deals for the original Surface Book on the horizon
In the US, the Microsoft Store still has yet to slash the price of the Surface Book and its Performance Base version.
On the other hand, if you’re in a hurry and you really want to make the best out of this opportunity, you can get a Surface device for a lower price on Amazon, including a $999 discount on a high-end model that comes with an Intel Core i7 CPU and a NVIDIA discrete GPU.
Here are some more great deals below. Be aware that these Surface devices are sold by a third-party retailer, and there are also very few left. So, if you want to get your own cheaper Surface Book, you shouldn’t waste any more time .
- Intel Core i5 processor / 8GB of RAM / 128 GB of storage – $859
- Intel Core i5 / 8GB of RAM/256GB of storage – $1,045
- Intel Core i7/16GB of RAM/512GB of storage/ NVIDIA GPU – $1,700 ($999 off)
For UK users, Microsoft is currently selling the base Surface Book model with an Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage for £1,199, £250 off its original price. For £1,799.20 (£449.80 off), you can get the Surface Book with Performance Base with an Intel Core i7 CPU, 8GB of RAM and 256 BG of storage This means twice more storage, and another great surprise, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M GPU.
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