If you don't need as much storage, the 128GB model with the same spec is down to £629 with a £70 discount. The only configuration not to see a price drop is the entry-level £549 model, but almost everyone will need more than the 64GB SSD it offers.
Released in late October, the Laptop Go is the latest new addition to Microsoft's ever-expanding Surface range. Following the successful implementation of the budget 2-in-1 Surface Go line, the company is repeating the trick for its traditional laptops.
The Laptop Go offers the same core experience as you'll find on the Surface Laptop 3 within a more compact 12.4in screen. The display is a slightly lower resolution and you lose out on backlit keys, but the bezels are actually slimmer than you'll find on Microsoft's flagship device.
Combining a 10th-gen i5 processor with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD makes this a perfect everyday laptop, while at 1.1kg it remains extremely portable. Its £899 starting price made it hard to justify picking over the Laptop 3 (from £999), but this big discount makes it a much more compelling purchase.