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Best Microsoft Surface Deals for Cyber Monday 2021

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Microsoft has grown its Surface portfolio to a slew of devices, including the Surface Pro, Surface Laptop, Surface Go, Surface Laptop Studio and Surface Laptop Go. Some of those may find themselves discounted and among the best deals

Some of the newest devices, like the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Laptop Studio are unlikely to see deep cuts. But some older Pros and Surface Laptops may see some discounts, if you're willing to go for an older device. For the 2-in-1, there's a chance you might find bundles that include a keyboard or stylus.

For the laptops, you may find a mix of older models of the Surface Go, and, if you're lucky, the Surface Laptops that launched earlier this year.

Here are some of the deals we've found so far:

Microsoft Surface Pro 8 Deals

Beyond these deals, Microsoft is offering an $100 Microsoft Store gift card to those who purchase a Surface Pro 8 directly through its store.

Microsoft Surface Pro 8:  was $1,099, now $899 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Pro 8: was $1,099, now $899 at Microsoft
This configuration of the Surface Pro 8 with an Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. As of this writing, it only comes in silver. You'll still need to buy a keyboard separately.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 Deals

Microsoft Surface Pro 7:  was $899, now $699 at Best Buy

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: was $899, now $699 at Best Buy
This configuration has a 10th Gen Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. It comes in platinum, and also is not bundled with a keyboard.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7:  was $2,299, now $1,899 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: was $2,299, now $1,899 at Microsoft
This top-of-the-line option, with an Intel Core i7, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD is under $2,000 for the holiday season.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 Deals

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4:  was $1,199, now $1,049 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4: was $1,199, now $1,049 at Microsoft
The Surface Laptop 4, Microsoft's most recent full-fledged clamshell, is on sale. This 13.5-inch model has a Ryzen 5 4680U, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4:  was $899, now $699 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4: was $899, now $699 at Microsoft
The base model Surface Laptop 4, with a 13.5-inch screen, AMD Ryzen 5 4680U, 8GB of RAM and a 128 GB SSD is $200 off. It only comes in the platinum color as of this writing.

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go Deals

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go:  was $899, now $699 at Best Buy

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go: was $899, now $699 at Best Buy
This budget laptop is now cheaper. It has a 10th Gen Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. It has a 3:2, 12.4-inch display. This model comes in Ice Blue, but you can get it in Sandstone or Platinum.

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go:  was $699, now $549 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go: was $699, now $549 at Microsoft
This configuration, with an Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD is down to the base price in all three colors. That's a deal, because the usual base model has much slower eMMC storage that's hard to recommend.

Microsoft Surface Book 3 Deals

The Surface Book 3 is being supplanted by the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio. It's likely that once it goes out of stock, you may not be able to get this detachable design again.

Microsoft Surface Book 3:  was $2,299, now $1,999 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Book 3: was $2,299, now $1,999 at Microsoft
The Surface Book 3 has been replaced by the Surface Laptop Studio, so this may be your last chance. This model as a 15-inch display, 10th Gen Intel Core i7, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. For graphics, this one has an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti.

Microsoft Surface Go 2 Deals

Microsoft Surface Go 2:  was $549, now $399 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Go 2: was $549, now $399 at Microsoft
The last-gen Surface Go tablet with an Intel Pentium CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD is $150 off at Microsoft.

Microsoft Surface Accessory Deals

Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse:  was $99, now $79 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse: was $99, now $79 at Microsoft
This Bluetooth mouse has three programmable buttons and is designed for ergonomic comfort. If you have a platinum Surface device, the color will match.

Microsoft Surface Pen :  was $99, now $63 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Pen : was $99, now $63 at Microsoft
The basic Microsoft Surface Pen is on sale now, making stylus input more affordable. It claims increased speed and greater sensitivity than previous iterations, plus has a tilt to shade function.

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Andrew E. Freedman

Andrew E. Freedman is a senior editor at Tom's Hardware focusing on laptops, desktops and gaming. He also keeps up with the latest news. A lover of all things gaming and tech, his previous work has shown up in Tom's Guide, Laptop Mag, Kotaku, PCMag and Complex. among others. Follow him on Twitter: @FreedmanAE

  • dalek1234
    Even with the discount, it's still more expansive than the competition.

    Also, Surface products have this tendency to break down shortly after warranty expires, and there is not way to repair it. Trying to take it apart will break things. iFix it gives Surface Laptop 4 a Repairability Score of 0 out of 10.

    Eff you very much, Microsoft!

    MS, make it reparable, and I'll pay the premium, but only because of the Ryzen option and the 3.2 aspect-ration screen.
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  • sizzling
    dalek1234 said:
    Even with the discount, it's still more expansive than the competition.

    Also, Surface products have this tendency to break down shortly after warranty expires, and there is not way to repair it. Trying to take it apart will break things. iFix it gives Surface Laptop 4 a Repairability Score of 0 out of 10.

    Eff you very much, Microsoft!

    MS, make it reparable, and I'll pay the premium, but only because of the Ryzen option and the 3.2 aspect-ration screen.
    Show me a device of similar spec, size and weight that is easily repairable?
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  • dalek1234
    sizzling said:
    Show me a device of similar spec, size and weight that is easily repairable?

    I wouldn't be able to show you one, because of the size and weight you are talking about. I guess this is why MS charges a premium for it. But size and weight are of no concern to me. My laptop sits on the kitchen table. It hardly ever gets moved. It's the inability to repair that I'm not OK with.

    Can't wait for the 'right-to-repair' laws to be introduced.

    If other vendors' laptops had the same screen aspect ratio as the Surface, and few of them already come with Zen3 (vs Zen2 in Surface) thus besting the Surface in this spec, I wouldn't even bother looking at the Surface.

    MS nailed it with the aspect ratio and 15 inch size. Too bad others are mostly stuck on the 16:9
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  • sizzling
    dalek1234 said:
    I wouldn't be able to show you one, because of the size and weight you are talking about. I guess this is why MS charges a premium for it. But size and weight are of no concern to me. My laptop sits on the kitchen table. It hardly ever gets moved. It's the inability to repair that I'm not OK with.

    Can't wait for the 'right-to-repair' laws to be introduced.

    If other vendors' laptops had the same screen aspect ratio as the Surface, and few of them already come with Zen3 (vs Zen2 in Surface) thus besting the Surface in this spec, I wouldn't even bother looking at the Surface.

    MS nailed it with the aspect ratio and 15 inch size. Too bad others are mostly stuck on the 16:9
    And there you have it. You don’t need one of the main selling points which is the size and weight, look to device s that meet your requirements. To achieve this main feature they have had to compromise on ease of repair. I’d expect even with a right to repair anything other than the screen will probably require buying a new mainboard which is unlikely to be cost effective.
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