Surface Pro 6 models are on sale yet again at decent discounts of up to $200. While deals like these no longer feel particularly special, repeating themselves pretty much every few weeks or so, the lower-cost Surface Go can also be purchased at a lower than usual price right now from both Best Buy and Microsoft's own official US e-store.In the meantime, all existing
This has actually never happened before, although we have seen the lone Surface Go variant occasionally marked down by top-rated eBay sellers and Amazon. This time around, you can get one of two 10-inch models at $50 off, which means you'll be paying as little as $349 for a 4GB RAM configuration with 64 gigs of internal storage space or $499 if you want to double both those counts and upgrade the sluggish eMMC drive to a blazing fast SSD.
Microsoft's smallest Surface yet will be on sale until May 28 only, unlike the Surface Pro 6, whose latest price cuts are scheduled to run through June 8 at its manufacturer's online and offline stores. Then again, if you're interested in the entry-level Core i5/8GB RAM/128GB SSD version, you should take your business to Best Buy, where you can score $150 savings until Monday, May 27, at 11:59 pm CT.
All other configurations of the 12.3-inch 2-in-1 detachable tablet computer are available from both Microsoft and Best Buy at the same flat $200 discount. That means the most affordable model currently costs $749 at the aforementioned third-party retailer, while the rest of the versatile Windows 10 devices will set you back anywhere between $999 and a whopping $2,099.