Microsoft Surface Deals

Mircosoft's Surface range is exceptional in the way it melds excellent build quality with tightly integrated Windows software. You can choose from the Surface Pro, a 2-in-1 laptop tablet, the Surface Book, a detachable tablet laptop, and the regular excellent Surface Laptop.

We are forever with our ear to the ground for Surface deals for two reasons - they are rare, and they sell out fast. A discounted Surface Pro for instance can sometimes be as low as £450 instead of £799. 

Keep it tuned here for the latest Surface deals.

Microsoft Surface Deals

Microsoft Surface Deals 2017

It took a while for Mircosoft to get into the hardware game but boy did they do well with the Surface line of products. The Surface Pro redefined what a 2-in-1 could be and function as and continues to be excellent.

The Surface Book is a curious addition to the series, but its unique detachable design with a full keyboard that folds into a laptop remains one of the most powerful and good looking machines on the market.

And for those who just want a laptop, there's the Surface Laptop. It's a classy, minimalist but fully packed Windows 10 computer - but you'll want to run full Windows on it, not the Windows 10S software that only runs Windows Store purchases.

Why buy now?

Chances are the Surface line isn't on sale. They are expensive items that Mircrosoft is positioning to the market similar to Apple's MacBook line; never discounted, always excellent.

Therefore any money off one of these things is good news, and Amazon, Currys PC World and John Lewis in particular surprise us from time to time with deals. Even Microsoft gets in on the fun sometimes.

We love all Surface products here at Tech Advisor so we are on the look out for deals in the UK as and when they crop up.

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