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Microsoft Offers up to 42 Percent Discount on Windows 10 Devices in the USA

Microsoft Store offers savings up to $700 for a wide array of products, ranging from the low budget devices to the more expensive machines.

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With the holiday season coming, is having a PC sale that also includes tablets and various other accessories. Most of the computers come with a upgrade with brands like ASUS, Toshiba, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and others represented.

For those on a tight budget, Lenovo´s Z50-87 notebook (15.6-inch HD display, AMD FX-7500, 8GB memory/1TB HDD) is a steal for $349, a $250 save.

For a top notch gaming performance, there's Alienware 15 Touch gaming laptop (15.6-inch 4K UHD touchscreen, Intel Core i7-6700HQ, 16GB memory/256GB SSD + 1TB HDD, GeForce GTX 970M graphics). The laptop can be purchased for $1,799, a whopping $700 discount.

Surface Pro 4 sale

For people looking to score a tablet, there are multiple manufacturers to choose from, including Microsoft's own . The tablet is available for $749 as a starting 128GB, m3 model, a solid $150 discount from its standard price.

The 2 in 1 category also offers plenty of choices with big savings. Dell Inspiron 13 i7359-8408SLV (13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen, Intel Core i7-6500U, 8GB memory/256GB SSD) is priced at $699, a $300 drop.

Some of the devices on sale are already out of stock. As of yet, there is no information on how long the sale will last. As the holiday shopping seasons is near, it is safe to assume more deals will be available soon.

It's important to note that all of the tablets, desktops and laptops on sale are Signature Edition devices. That means that they're clean, fast, and protected with no pre-installed bloatware. Windows Defender is also included in the package and furthermore, comes with no annual contracts and with free updates.

The sale can be found here.

Sead Fadilpasic
Sead Fadilpasichttp://journalancer.com/
Sead is a former Al Jazeera journalist who shares his passion for technology on various tech media outlets. Formerly a heavy gamer (semi-professional Warcraft 3 gosu), he now enjoys reviewing software and churning out words about the latest tech-news. He holds a college degree in Journalism and likes to annoy his neighbors by playing one of his three electric and two acoustic guitars.

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