Surface Pro 3 and Microsoft Band 2 get their prices cut this weekend at the Microsoft Store

Surface Pro 3 and Microsoft Band 2 get their prices cut this weekend at the Microsoft Store
The online Microsoft Store is currently running a holiday sale on both the Surface Pro 3 and the Microsoft Band 2. The sale runs through the end of the weekend, which means that you don't want to procrastinate before firing up the Microsoft Store's web site. Last year, the Surface Pro 3 was a major hit for Redmond and was one of Time Magazine's Top 25 new inventions for 2014.

The 128GB Surface Pro 3, powered by the Intel Core i3 chipset, is usually priced at $899. Through Sunday, you can pick up the slate for just $599. The $300 discount provides buyers with a 33% savings. The optional Type Cover, which turns the Surface Pro 3 into a laptop by adding a physical QWERTY keyboard, can be purchased for just $70. That is a $59 or 46% savings from the usual $129 price. Also on sale is the 64GB Surface Pro 3. Discounted by $100 or 25%, the slate is priced at $399.

The new Microsoft Band 2 wearable is also on sale. Normally $249.99, you can save $50.99 this weekend, paying just $199 for the wearable. The Band 2 will track your heart rate, your golfing, running, cycling and more. It pairs with iOS, Android or Windows handsets, and allows you to read emails, texts and your calendar entries.

These deals are available only from the online Microsoft Store. If interested, you can click on the sourcelink.

source: MicrosoftStore via MobileSyrup

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Surface Pro 3
  • Display 12.0 inches 1440 x 2160 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera) 5 MP front
  • Hardware Intel Core i7 8GB RAM
  • Storage 512GB, microSDHC
  • OS Windows 8.1 Pro


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