Microsoft Microsoft Store Back to School Deals: Surface Pro 6 $929, Dell G3 15 Gaming Laptop $899, LIFX Mini Color Smart Bulb $40 + More Get a Surface Pro 6 for $929 + More!

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Bring a Surface to class this semester from the Microsoft Store, because you'll find limited-time Back to School deals on select Surface devices, gaming computers, peripherals and more!

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    • I’m seeing $929 how’d u get it for $880? Oh nvm ebates
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    • I just don't think 8GB RAM + 128GB SSD is enough anymore. The thing that drives me crazy is the premium they charge for an extra 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage. Like, seriously Microsoft? That upgrade is worth $600?
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    • Any deals on the surfacebook or laptops with that kind of detachable screen form factor? I think that's the way of the future. Super convenient.
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    • Do these things have Thunderbolt 3 support? I want at least 2 of them on a laptop that is over $1,000 going forward. Or else I am getting MacBooks from now on.
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    • Grimes wrote:
      Aug 12th, 2019 1:24 am
      I just don't think 8GB RAM + 128GB SSD is enough anymore. The thing that drives me crazy is the premium they charge for an extra 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage. Like, seriously Microsoft? That upgrade is worth $600?
      They have always been like that and it really isn't a Microsoft thing. More just a premium brand thing. The base model barely makes any money, it is the higher tier model that drives profit. Pretty much all manufacturers does that.
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    • Same price as Black Friday sale last year
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    • Who's buying and returning?
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    • vivibaby wrote: Who's buying and returning?
      Why would you the **** do that
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    • BRKAMZN wrote:
      Aug 12th, 2019 1:33 am
      Do these things have Thunderbolt 3 support? I want at least 2 of them on a laptop that is over $1,000 going forward. Or else I am getting MacBooks from now on.
      Unfortunately no. For some bizarre reason, Microsoft is avoiding Type C/Thunderbolt. It has just one USB 3.1 port, a mini displayport, and their proprietary port for connecting to power or the Microsoft hubs. I have a Surface Pro 3 that I really like but is starting to show its age. I'm looking for an alternative but right now I wouldn't buy a new Surface because of this port issue.
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    • FWIW you can get a MS-Surface to USB-C adapter -- MS Part Number: HVU-00001. CDW has them on sale for $49.99 street price.

      They are big and clunky, but seem to work really well. The adapter with a cheapo USB-C hub works wonders.
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    • np247 wrote:
      Aug 12th, 2019 8:08 am
      FWIW you can get a MS-Surface to USB-C adapter -- MS Part Number: HVU-00001. CDW has them on sale for $49.99 street price.

      They are big and clunky, but seem to work really well. The adapter with a cheapo USB-C hub works wonders.
      Yikes, $50 just to get similar usb 3.1 type-c (DP + PD) functionality. That's on top of getting a usb hub if you don't have one already.

      Perhaps the next gen surface with 10th gen ice lake CPUs will have TB3, seeing that the chipset natively supports TB3.
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    • Rumour has it that Microsoft will completely redesign the Surface Pro this year, probably around October so it's best to wait and see for anyone who's in the market for one.
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    • I took a risk and got this model off someone on kijiji for $700 a few months ago. Have been loving it so far and even sold my iPad afterwards
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    • Grimes wrote: I just don't think 8GB RAM + 128GB SSD is enough anymore. The thing that drives me crazy is the premium they charge for an extra 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage. Like, seriously Microsoft? That upgrade is worth $600?
      It’s enough, I have a SP6 since new year, you can put 512gb micro SD card inside
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    • vivibaby wrote: Who's buying and returning?

      Won’t this also cancel your cash back?
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    • sonyHdr12 wrote:
      Aug 12th, 2019 10:35 am
      It’s enough, I have a SP6 since new year, you can put 512gb micro SD card inside
      It depends. I don't game. I just use VS and VM. Wish could have bought a 256 one. Tried to load my vm from microSD. It was too slow to do anything.

      8GB seems to be enough.

      Anyway, I don't see a real improvement since SP3. Hope the new gen will have a real change.
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    • ibuddler wrote:
      It depends. I don't game. I just use VS and VM. Wish could have bought a 256 one. Tried to load my vm from microSD. It was too slow to do anything.

      8GB seems to be enough.

      Anyway, I don't see a real improvement since SP3. Hope the new gen will have a real change.
      My SP3 died, that’s why I got SP6, it should be much faster than SP3, that’s 5 years old machine.
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    • sonyHdr12 wrote:
      Aug 12th, 2019 12:10 pm
      My SP3 died, that’s why I got SP6, it should be much faster than SP3, that’s 5 years old machine.
      My SP3 died too after 5 years of use. God, i loved that thing to death... but the fan was whirring all the time even after all the updates to address it and was annoying. The SP6 doesn't have a fan for the i5 models, do you have that one? How are the temps under full workload?
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    • Grimes wrote:
      Aug 12th, 2019 1:24 am
      I just don't think 8GB RAM + 128GB SSD is enough anymore. The thing that drives me crazy is the premium they charge for an extra 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage. Like, seriously Microsoft? That upgrade is worth $600?
      This is true in my case. I mainly use it to take notes for school my SP6 is perfect but when I have to run resource heavy programs (which is often) or use a virtual machine this thing doesn't cut it.
      Since I only use this for school (because I can't use it for anything else so i don't put anything on it), storage isn't a huge issue but for the price its an issue.
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    • i could put up with 128G, but for the years down the road, I would need 16G. much easier to get more external storage, impossible to upgrade ram. but there is no option of 16/128. as someone said about, C$600 more for 8g and 128G, that's criminal.
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