Save 20% on Surface Book laptops and Xbox One consoles at Microsoft’s eBay store

Matt Sayer 5 March 2018 NEWS

The sale ends 9 March, so you'll want to move fast to save hundreds on Microsoft's premium computing and gaming devices.

Whether you're a fan of Apple or not, there's no denying that the company's MacBook laptops are impressive devices. Packing high-performance processors, crisp screens and a sleek, sturdy design, they deliver the premium experience they promise – even if they do tend to cost significantly more than similarly powerful Windows laptops.

Seeing the demand for a premium laptop and recognising the value of official branding, Microsoft recently rolled out its answer to Apple's MacBooks in the form of the Surface Laptop. With a high-resolution 3000 x 2000 display, Intel processors rated twice as powerful as the MacBook Pro 13 and the option to include dedicated nVidia graphics for serious gaming or graphic design purposes, the Surface Laptop is built to handle virtually anything you could throw at it.

Of course, just like Apple's MacBooks, the Surface Laptop's premium capabilities don't normally come cheap. However, today you can score a hefty 20% off select Surface Laptop configurations at Microsoft's eBay store.

By using the promo code "PMICROSOFT", you'll be able to snap up one of the most powerful Windows laptops on the market for hundreds of dollars less than usual. Considering Apple maintains a tight leash on the pricing of its products, this is one area where Microsoft has its competitor well and truly beat.

If you're all sorted on the laptop front, Microsoft is also offering 20% on selected Xbox One consoles.

This 20% off deal isn't sticking around forever, so be sure to check it out before the sale ends on 9 March.

Save 20% on Surface Laptop and Xbox One at Microsoft's eBay store

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