All the Best Deals from Microsoft's Black Friday Discounts


Those looking for something a bit more traditional will be happy to know that the firm will also be including a free Harman Kardon Invoke speaker with the purchase of its Surface Laptop.

In the US, the headline deal is the new Surface Pro Core i5 model with 256GB of storage being reduced by $329 (from $1,299 to $970), and the version with a 128GB SSD will have $229 knocked off the price, meaning it will set you back $770. That makes the kit just $299; easily the cheapest we've yet seen for a major PC-based VR headset with six degrees of freedom (6DOF) tracking. Both of these will come bundled with a Black Type Cover that should make it an excellent option when it comes to productivity.

In addition to its online store, the tech giant now has scores of brick-and-mortar locations from which to obtain its hardware along with its partners' systems. If you're looking for further discounts, you can count most likely count on your favorite PC manufacturer, as they will also be offering sizeable limited time discounts on products for the holiday. To help you plan ahead, Microsoft has released a partial list of items that will be on sale. The stock traded on impressive volume of 14.18 Million comparing to the average volume of 19290.96 shares, completing picture of exact trends with uncompleted dots in volume over the norm.

Microsoft's Surface line is often on sale, and Black Friday is no exception. Titles like Forza Motorsport 7, Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, and Forza Horizon 3 are $20 off, as are Xbox Wireless Controllers. The Invoke speaker will also be available on its own for a special price of $99. It has a sleek design, weighing in at 1.6lbs, and a beautiful 12.3 inch touch screen PixelSense display which is designed to be used as a drawing pad. Starting on November 16th, fans can sign up for their first month of Xbox Live Gold for just $1.

With a Intel Core i3 and 1TB of storage, this thing is crazy cheap at $200 off the regular price. That price is a savings of $500.

That's $150 off the laptop CNET called "the budget gaming laptop to beat".