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Business customers can get 30% off the Surface Laptop Go for Black Friday 2021

Microsoft has lowered prices across a range of devices and accessories

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Microsoft has slashed prices for business customers across several of its Surface devices, as part of its slate of Black Friday deals on the Microsoft Store. 

The company’s portfolio of first-party laptops and hybrids has proven to be a popular option for organisations seeking to provide powerful yet flexible mobile devices that offer a robust user experience. They’ve also been some of our favourite products of the last few years and have routinely secured recommendations. 

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The biggest reductions can be found on the Surface Laptop Go, Microsoft’s answer to the Apple MacBook Air, which is reduced by 30% to a starting price of just £779. The ARM-powered Surface Pro X, meanwhile, sees a 20% price drop, and currently starts from £799 - although note that, as with all Surface devices, it doesn’t include a keyboard cover or pen in the box.

Thankfully, there are also 30% reductions on Surface accessories, including the Surface Pen range, TypeCover keyboards, the Surface Dock, and even Microsoft’s Surface-branded headsets. Alternatively, you can also save up to 10% on a Surface Pro 7+ bundle, including the device itself, a TypeCover keyboard, and the slimline Surface Arc Mouse.

These deals are specifically for business buyers and will run until Friday 3 December next week. If these don’t take your fancy, however, Microsoft’s consumer-focused Black Friday offers promise discounts on some devices not covered by the business store.

Customers can slash £140 off the price of the Surface Laptop 4 until 7 December, for example, or save 15% on the outstanding Surface Go 2 until 5 December. You can also save up to £180 on a refurbished device -again, running until 5 December.

The company’s retail partners are also offering a range of price-drops across various units in the range, as detailed below.

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