Spring is in the air, and that means that it's time for savings. The Microsoft spring sale just kicked off, and it includes some of the best laptops as well as Xbox deals, PC deals, and more. If you've freed up some space with spring cleaning, you can fill it back up with some fresh new tech.
On the Surface side of things, you can save up to $400 on the Surface Laptop 3 and up to $460 on a Surface Pro 7 bundle that comes with a Type Cover. You can also save on the Surface Pro X, Surface Duo, and devices from just about every Surface category.
In addition to the Surface savings that you'd expect, there are also deals on several of the best Windows laptops from companies other than Microsoft. There are deals on laptops from Dell, HP, Razer, ASUS, Acer, and more. You can save up to $500 depending on the model that you select.
If you're already happy with your PC hardware, you can look at some of the best Windows 10 apps that are on sale.
Moving over to gaming, there are deals on Xbox games, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox accessories. There are deals on the HyperX Cloud II gaming headset, Seagate Game Drive for Xbox, and several other accessories. There are even discounts on Xbox t-shirts and other pieces of clothing.
Whether you're looking for some of the best Xbox Project xCloud game streaming accessories or some of the best Xbox games, there's a deal for you.
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Ugh, I really wish Mobile Nations sites would stop being so aggressively clickbaity with their articles. I get it drives revenue, but when one article with barely 4 paragraphs has affiliate links to SIX more articles with them (where comments are disabled so you can't give input on the topic), plus a few other content links, it's really over the top.
I understand your frustration, but I have some quick points. The headline is pretty direct that it's about a sale from the Microsoft Store, so I don't see how it's clickbait. The article then includes a summary of that sale and an affiliate link for it (the only affiliate link in the article btw). The six articles you mentioned are internal links, not affiliate links. They work differently and serve different purposes. I can't really empathize with someone clicking a link about a sale from the Microsoft Store and seeing an affiliate link to the mentioned sale. I would think anyone would be upset if I mentioned the sale and didn't link to it. If they weren't interested in a sale, they wouldn't click the headline.
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