With the Surface Book 2 on the market, Microsoft's original Surface Book may not be the hotshot it once was, but that makes it a prime target for some solid deals. If you don't need the latest and greatest, you can currently pick up a Surface Book from Woot for as low as $849.
You won't be able to pick up whatever configuration you want, but Woot does have two models on hand. The Intel Core i5 version with 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM is available for $849.99. Meanwhile, the Core i7 model with 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and discrete graphics fetches $949.99. Both models are "factory reconditioned," which means it was returned and "restored to fully working condition by the original manufacturer or a certified partner.
If you're willing to go with a reconditioned item, that's not a bad deal considering each model would fetch around double when they were new. The deal is limited and is set to last through the end of the day on February 27 "or until sold out," Woot says.
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