Microsoft has revealed big savings on some of its top products
Microsoft has revealed some major savings on some of its top Windows 10 products.
The company has launched its spring sale in the UK, offering deals on the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book devices that could save users hundreds of pounds.
Several models are on offer, however the sale will only be around a limited time, so if you want to take advantage and grab a bargain, you'll need to move fast.
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Top of the list is a major discount on the base Surface Book model, which comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
This has seen its price slashed from £1,449 to just £1,104 including VAT, a £345 saving which is equivalent to a 24 per cent cut.
Ironically, this puts the model back to the price it was listed before Microsoft introduced a post-Brexit price range earlier this year.
Anyone snapping up the Surface Book will also benefit from Windows 10 Pro coming pre-installed, along with a free 30-day trial of Microsoft Office 365.
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Also on offer is the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 hybrid device, which has seen several models receiving a price cut.
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The bottom-end model of the device, which features a Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, sees its price slashed from £749 to just £635.
Also on offer is a more powerful model featuring an Intel Core i5, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, which can now be yours for £720 including VAT – a 24 price cut from its original £949 listing.
However, neither deal includes the Surface Pro’s type cover keyboard, which is sold separately for £124.99
Both offers will also only continue as long as stocks last, with the cheaper model already running low.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has also seen a major price cut
The sale will raise suspicions that Microsoft is preparing its next hardware product launches.
The company is reportedly hard at work on the Surface Pro 5, which will be its most powerful hybrid device ever.
The last generation device, the Surface Pro 4, was launched back in October 2015, meaning it is ripe for an upgrade, especially if Microsoft is keen to show off the power of its Windows 10 software.
Recent reports have claimed that the Surface Pro 5 could be one of the most powerful computing devices ever released, coming with Intel’s new flagship 7th generation Kaby Lake chip alongside 512GB of storage and 16GB of RAM.
Microsoft is also thought to be nearing a release for the Surface Book 2, and could even reveal details next month alongside the launch of Windows 10 Creators Update.
The new device will reportedly feature a significant design change to its predecessor, with Microsoft reportedly set to make the Surface Book 2 a standalone laptop.
The original Surface Book featured a detachable screen that could double as a tablet, however it appears Microsoft is set to drop this feature in favour of a classic clamshell design.