Go back to school spending $80 less on a select version of the Microsoft Surface Pro
The model on sale carries an Intel Core m3 processor with a 128GB Solid State Drive and 4GB of RAM. Normally priced at $799, "eligible students, faculty or staff at Universities and colleges" can reduce the price from $799 to $719. That's the way to get the new school season to kick off.
The Surface Pro features a 12.3-inch PixelSense display with an 1824 x 2736 resolution. The slate comes with an 8MP rear-facing camera, a pair of microphones, and a 5MP front-facing shooter. The included battery is said to provide up to 13.5-hours of video playback, and the Surface Pen accessory (which you might want to use to help you take notes in class) will run you extra. At the Office Depot, a silver Surface Pen will cost you $59.99. A platinum model is being offered by the Microsoft Store for $99.99.
If you want to pick up a Surface Pro for the new school year and save $80 on the purchase, all you need to do to start the process is to click on the sourcelink.
source: MicrosoftStore via MSPoweruser