Black Friday is just a few days from now and people are most likely scrambling to know where they can go to enjoy the biggest discounts yet.
For fans of Microsoft, below is a short list of the best deals involving numerous devices including its own products such as the Xbox gaming consoles, Surface Pro and Surface Book, and other Windows devices.
Laptops and Desktops
The 13.3-inch Lenovo 2-in-1 Yoga 900 laptop with an Intel Core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM sells for only $700 at Best Buy. The Windows laptop retails for $1,200 n a normal day.
The Dell Inspiron 15 is available over at the Microsoft Store for only $400. The 15.6 touchscreen laptop normally sells for $750 which means the price will be slashed by almost 50 percent. The Inspiron 15 is packed with an Intel Core i5-6200U CPU, 8GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage plus it has the latest Windows 10 Home, 64-bit edition.
Microsoft Store will offer the Surface Book 256GB for $1,500, down from $1,900. The tablet, equipped with 6th gen i5 CPU and 8GB of RAM will run Windows 10 Pro.
The 12.3-inch Microsoft Surface Pro 4 tablet will be worth $800, down $200 from its original retail price. The Pro 4, which is powered by Intel Core i5 processor and comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB internal memory, will include the Surface Pen.
Over at Staple, the high-end tablet will also sell for $800.
Best Buy lives up to its name by offering the Surface Pro 4 for only $600. It is not bundled with the Surface Pen, however.
Xbox One and One S
Most Xbox One bundles are selling $50 off the normal $300 retail price. Stores are offering additional discounts and other benefits to attract more consumers.
At Kohl's the $250 Xbox One bundle is made sweeter with a $75 Kohl's gift card and a Minecraft game.
GameStop offers the Xbox One 500GB with controllers and a Games of War game. They will also make blue-colored consoles available.
Fitness buffs can avail of selected Fitbit accessories for up to $40 less from the original prices.
Consumers can avail of a promo code worth $100 for every purchase of an HTC Vive