Pre-Order - 10" Microsoft Surface Go 2-in-1 Laptop Pentium® / 8GB RAM / 128GB Storage @ AO / eBay [Planned release 23rd August 2018]
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Pre-Order - 10" Microsoft Surface Go 2-in-1 Laptop Pentium® / 8GB RAM / 128GB Storage @ AO / eBay [Planned release 23rd August 2018]

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Found 16th Jul
Looks a brill price, due for release on the 23rd August, most places have it available at around the £509 Mark. Actually surprised the code works with this considering it's not released, I expected it to be excluded.

Doesn't include the keyboard as some of the images are showing, but for the base unit alone, this seems great just now. £100 less than elsewhere before release is pretty awesome.


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CPU - Dual Core Intel Pentium 4415Y - 1.6Ghz
Screen - 1800x1200
Storage - 128GB
RAM - 8GB
Headphone Socket - Yes
Battery - Up to 9 Hours

Product Overview
Get all the power of a Windows laptop in a stylish tablet with this Microsoft Surface Go. Taking sleek design cues from its bigger brothers, it weighs just 0.6kg making it ideal for taking out and about. The battery will last for a healthy 9 hours before needing to be recharged too. Whether you’re streaming video, tackling homework or even playing Minecraft, everything looks stunning on the crisp Full HD display, with touchscreen functionality making it even easier to use. A 128GB SSD gives you plenty of space to save files and apps, while the Intel® Pentium® Gold processor and 8GB of RAM ensure that whatever you’re doing, the tablet still runs silky smooth.

The Microsoft Surface Go is available from 23rd August 2018. Pre-order now and we’ll deliver it on launch day.

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Are you bound to buy it if the code isn't honoured?
woah this is good
BraveSirRobin7 m ago

Are you bound to buy it if the code isn't honoured?


No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and allows you to check out at £409, they are bound to honour that price. Especially if they send an order confirmation email.
Edited by: "BertieWusster" 16th Jul
BertieWusster16th Jul

No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and …No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and allows you to check out at £409, they are bound to honour that price. Especially if they send an order confirmation email.



they're really not!
Seems to be took down?
BertieWusster7 m ago

No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and …No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and allows you to check out at £409, they are bound to honour that price. Especially if they send an order confirmation email.


You can argue that, however they are not bound to honour it.

Don't see why it should be a problem though - is the code not supposed to work on this item?

Edit: Deal expired
Edited by: "adsham" 16th Jul
Listing ended due to an error
BertieWusster10 m ago

No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and …No but on the contrary I'd argue that if the retailer accepts the code and allows you to check out at £409, they are bound to honour that price. Especially if they send an order confirmation email.


They are not at all, even if they send it to you they can still request it back and you legally have too , at their expense of course but still.
Cracking deal on the 8GB memory and and SSD version. Hope some people benefitted.
Back on. But code doesn't work!
Edited by: "martinbickley" 16th Jul
1982john1 h, 33 m ago

they're really not!


Why not? Offer made and accepted, so valid contract?
MrSprkle1 h, 25 m ago

They are not at all, even if they send it to you they can still request it …They are not at all, even if they send it to you they can still request it back and you legally have too , at their expense of course but still.


If they send it then contract performed, surely? Would have a hard job arguing mistake at that point.
BertieWusster3 m ago

If they send it then contract performed, surely? Would have a hard job …If they send it then contract performed, surely? Would have a hard job arguing mistake at that point.


Nope if goods are sent unsolicited then its fair game you can keep them, goods sent in error can be requested to be returned or the full value requested.. sent in error can mean a price error
BertieWusster6 m ago

Why not? Offer made and accepted, so valid contract?



is this your first day on HUKD?
MrSprkle43 m ago

Nope if goods are sent unsolicited then its fair game you can keep them, …Nope if goods are sent unsolicited then its fair game you can keep them, goods sent in error can be requested to be returned or the full value requested.. sent in error can mean a price error


But they have the burden of proving that it was an error. If they send the goods a couple of months after confirming the order then decide a couple of weeks later that they made a mistake, they will struggle to convince a court that it was an error, I would argue.
1982john45 m ago

is this your first day on HUKD?


If you have anything constructive to post, please do, or is it your job to deter people from using this site with pointless insults?
BertieWusster10 m ago

But they have the burden of proving that it was an error. If they send the …But they have the burden of proving that it was an error. If they send the goods a couple of months after confirming the order then decide a couple of weeks later that they made a mistake, they will struggle to convince a court that it was an error, I would argue.


Maybe so, but that the law, and i suspect many if not all companies wouldn't even bother to ask for it back for fear of reputation being tarnished, but they have that option..

BertieWusster5 m ago

If you have anything constructive to post, please do, or is it your job to …If you have anything constructive to post, please do, or is it your job to deter people from using this site with pointless insults?



He is pointing out that most people state this misconception on here before they are corrected.. Its like the misprice or glitch orders that arent fulfilled usually end with a petition being formed and then a lot of unhappy people signing it, only for that petition to mean sod all.
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