Microsoft Surface Book 3 returns to its lowest price ever
The Surface Book 3 delivers a unique form factor, and it's back down to its lowest price ever on Amazon.
Microsoft's Surface Book 3 is back down to its lowest price ever on Amazon. The unique convertible tablet went on sale over the holidays and was discounted earlier this year, but those sales ended over a month ago. It's back down to $2,200 for the 13.5-inch version with 512GB of storage and an Intel Core i7 processor. Other models are also discounted, including several with an available savings of $300.
Unique and powerful
The Surface Book 3 is a convertible PC that lets you use the display as a separate tablet. Right now, it's back down to its lowest price ever.
The Surface Book 3 is a laptop unlike anything else on the market. The entire display of the Surface Book 3 pops off and can run as an independent tablet. When the screen is attached, the Surface Book 3 is a powerful laptop. On top of its unique form factor, the Surface Book 3 supports inking and the Surface Dial, which are both among the best Microsoft Surface accessories for artists.
In his Surface Book 3 review, our executive editor Daniel Rubino highlighted how the laptop stands apart from the competition,
The best deal in comparison to normal pricing is the 13.5-inch model described above, but you can also save up to $300 on other models, including the larger 15-inch version of the Surface Book 3.
Amazon's deals on the Surface Book 3 are only for Intel Core i7 models. If you'd like one with an Intel Core i5 processor, you can check out the current deals through the Microsoft Store.
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Considering the newest laptops and convertibles configurations and chips, the Surface Price looks stupid. I want one, but it's really hard to convince myself to pay for one when Razer, Dell or HP are doing such a good job.
Great device. The price is really high, but if your workflow matches the versatility the Surface Book provides, and you have the funds to buy one it is a really great device.
When are the new ones coming out?