Microsoft has kicked off their Black Friday deals and you can get some good deals on Surface tablets and accessories.
To help streamline your holiday gift purchases, I’ve listed some of the better Surface-related deals from Microsoft and Amazon. If you’re interested in any of these deals, you might want to hurry up and order now. many of them are only “while supplies last”.
Black Friday Deals on Surface: Surface 3
Here are some deals on the Surface 3 and it’s docking station:
- Get a Surface 3 and Type Cover bundle for as much as $150 USD off the regular price.
- $100 USD off a Surface 3 docking station.
Black Friday Deals on Surface: Surface Pro 3
Even though the SP3 has been succeeded by the SP4, it is still a capable computer that anyone would be happy receiving as a gift:
- Save as much as $300 USD on a Surface Pro 3 from Microsoft.
- Microsoft also has a SP3 bundle with a Type Cover, Case and Office 365 (1-year subscription) for as much as $469 off the regular price.
Black Friday Deals on Surface: Surface Pro 4
One of Microsoft’s latest creations, the SP4 is a powerhouse tablet PC that is sure to be a hit:
- Save as much as $169 USD when you get an SP4, Type Cover, Case, and Office 365 subscription from Microsoft.
Black Friday Deals on Surface: Surface Accessories
If you are after accessories for a Surface, we have you covered as well. Below you’ll find some great stocking stuffers:
- $25 USD off a Wireless Display Adapter so you canSurface’s screen to a TV or projector.
- Microsoft Wedge Mouse for $20 fro Amazon! They usually go for $69.95 USD.
- Even the Surface Edition of the Wedge Mouse is on sale for $36 off the regular price.
- The Wedge Mobile Keyboard is also for sale for just $34.87. The regular price is $79.95!
- If you don’t like the Wedge line of accessories, you can get a Microsoft Arc Mouse for just $36.95 USD instead.
- Mini DisplayPort to VGA/DVI/HDMI adapter.
Ok, now you should be all set for your gift giving this year. have a wonderful Thanksgiving and, don’t get trampled at the sales tomorrow 😉
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Tim Rolston is a professional geek with over 23 years of experience working in Information Technology and dealing with everything from large-scale storage to remote systems management and automation for organizations such as Texas Instruments, Mobil Oil, and the University of Michigan (where he was an Academic IT Director).
He co-founded JTRTech along with Joanna to realize his long-time dream of working for himself.