If you found yourself wincing at the recent Brexit-related price increases for the whole Surface lineup at the Microsoft Store in the UK, then you're in luck. The UK Microsoft Store has now temporarily cut prices across its full lineup of Surface devices, offering up to £400 off the Surface Book or up to £279 off the Surface Pro 4.
Here's a look at the models on sale, along with their current prices:
- 128GB / Intel Core i5 / 8GB RAM - £1,104 (was £1,449)
- 256GB / Intel Core i5 / 8GB RAM / dGPU - £1,599 (was £1,849)
- 256GB / Intel Core i7 / 8GB RAM / dGPU - £1,799 (was £1,999)
- 512GB / Intel Core i7 / 16GB RAM / dGPU - £2,249 (was £2,399)
- 1TB / Intel Core i7 / 16GB RAM / dGPU - £2,649 (was £3,049)
Surface Pro 4
- 128GB / Intel Core m3 / 4GB RAM - £635 (was £749)
- 128GB / Intel Core i5 / 4GB RAM - £720 (was £949)
- 256GB / Intel Core i5 / 8GB RAM - £1,079 (was £1,099)
- 256GB / Intel Core i7 / 8GB RAM - £1,299 (was £1,369)
- 256GB / Intel Core i7 / 16GB RAM - £1,449 (was £1,549)
- 512GB / Intel Core i7 / 16GB RAM - £1,799 (was £1,899)
- 1TB / Intel Core i7 / 16GB RAM - £2,199 (was £2,359)
A couple of these options were already on sale before, but sales across the full lineup are new. According to the disclaimers at the bottom of each page, these sales are set to last through April 4, so you have time to decide on a model that's right for you. That said, if anything pops out at you, you can grab these deals at the Microsoft Store now.
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