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Microsoft Surface Laptop 13.5" Laptop - Burgundy AO.COM £899 reduced to £699 after cashback i5 8gb ram 256 SSD
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep have the Microsoft surface laptop back in stock currently at £899 but with a £200 cashback promotion from directly into your bank account within 28 days. I purchased… Read more
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Kick up a fuss or raise it with your CC company. That's not on.



Received this yesterday and started using this since last night. While searching for serial number to register with Microsoft I have noticed some damages backside of the laptop and contacted AO to inform the damage and they say since I opened it and started laptop they cant refund 100%, If I want replacement I need to pay 10% or they will give some discount if I wanted to keep it. How strange and annoying. All in less than 24 hours.

Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3" 2-in-1 Laptop Includes Platinum Keyboard Cover 2017 - Silver £749 @
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3" 2-in-1 Laptop Includes Platinum Keyboard Cover 2017 - Silver 128gb storage 8gb RAM i5 7th gen processor includes keyboard

£749 for a 7200U CPU though.


£99 for black


Keyboard is £149


Yeah, clunky as a media consumption tablet but versatile as a PC laptop replacement. I had one recently but sold it to go back to an iPad pro. Good at this price if you need windows applications.


Quite right, not a good deal at all

Microsoft Surface Pro 2017, i7 8gb 256gb tablet £1191.47 @ Amazon
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
The latest and one of the top of the line Surface tablets sold and dispatched by Amazon and with Prime delivery. I paid a lot more for mine and this is the cheapest I have ever see… Read more

Personally I had surface in past still prefer laptop or a proper desktop.


I didn't vote either way. Can imagine a number of people will vote cold simply as it's Microsoft, or still £1200 for a tablet etc etc. HUKD'ers are a fickle bunch so don't take it personally.


It is quite amazing that a product is voted cold even though it's the cheapest it has ever been on Amazon where there is a no fuss return.


You can get it for £1,050 on after £250 cashback. And £1,030 if they are still doing £20 new customer discount. Re other comments... Surface pros don't lose their value easily at all. So even with the newer versions coming out, bagging a deal on the current gen is still worthwhile. I sold my i5 surface pro 3 with 8gb ram on eBay for £600 last month.


Good price bit agree with comment above. New versions should be announced in 2nd Oct

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Microsoft Surface Book 2 13.5" 2-in-1 Laptop - Silver - i5, 8GB, 128GB £1159 (poss £959 after cashback) at
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Seems good! £959 for this with the £200 cashback and LAPTOP40 £40 code. Tempted! And I love AO's customer service...

Oh nevermind...apparently the code expired at the start of the 20th not the end :(


I'd be interested to know whether you can get the £40 off and the £200 cashback as if so this is a great deal, but I suspect the cashback wont be honoured if you use the code... Has anyone done this successfully?


That's not the same one. That's a Surface Pro, not a Surface Book 2.


I have one 256 GB . i paid £999 and got it from Currys. its a Awesome machine for what it is ... Its a full windows machine packed in tablet. yes you can get better specin in a bigger laptop yes you can get a desktop for that with better specs But if you are looking for portability this is the gold standard. And with regards to battery if the battery starts losing charge in 3 years time then i will get the new batteries installed in it. Look at bright side !!!!


I tested one and got almost 5 hours of general usage with Adobe CC products but that was a new machine once all updates were on. It doesn't surprise me that actual usage would be less (part of the reason why I didn't like the split approach).

(£1409 - after £250 cashback and £40 off code) Microsoft Surface Book 2 13.5" 2-in-1 Laptop - Silver
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
I know the last one I posted got cold and this one may do too, but there will be some people after this laptop and this is by far the best price you will get. Use LAPTOP40 for £4… Read more

To be fair, comparable spec'd laptops with a dedicated graphics card (even the 1050) would be hard to find at £1,409 with an 8th gen quad core i7. That's not considering the detachable screen element and excellent craftsmanship. I'm really happy with mine.


Cold, the IPhone XS has more memory for a similar price (excited) (excited) (excited) . . . . Actually didn’t vote.


It’s a good saving so heat from me even if it is still crazy expensive. But the kicker is that it still only has 256GB. Surely it has to have 512GB at a min at that price?


(shock) DAMN that's alot of paper


Very expensive

Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3 Inch Intel Core M 2GHz 4GB 128GB 2-in-1 Laptop (Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee) at Argos Ebay for £374.99
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
Plenty of Surface deals going around at the moment, but for those who prefer the slightly larger variant over the Surface GO, it's a very good price.
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Yes agreed. Though that Alcantara does not look good for long - had a Surface Laptop on trade-in and it already looked grubby. Definitely form over function. I do believe the Surface Pro is ‘too thin’ for its own good, it’s hard for them to cool the CPU under constant load which is why it throttles. You’re right though, the deal has gone. If I do replace it I’ll be getting it through CeX as while used it’s a 2-year warranty and I think you need it for a Surface.


By the time you add the Alacantra keyboard it would bring this up to £500+, so for an extra £170 I got a brand new one with a better processor (so hardly double the price), but doesn't matter because neither of these prices are now available.


It’s probably fine for some but £674 is nearly twice the price, I don’t rate the Surface Pro any more. I think Microsoft want to be Apple but without the quality or support. I’ve basically gone back to traditional ultrabooks now. I still use my Surface Pro 3 from time to time but it’s not fast enough as a main machine.


Guess I was quite lucky, I got the i5 with the Alacantra type cover for £674 from AO a few months ago.


Yes, I had one and it's absolutely fine but I got rid of the tablet because the quality control is dreadful and the screen had massive backlight bleed. So I have gone back to the Surface Pro 3, but I have other machines with Core M and it's never not been enough. The i5 is quite a lot more money and there really isn't a huge gap in performance.

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 13.5" Laptop - Platinum £799 @ AO or 699 after 100 cashback
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
699 after £100 cashback Key Features Intuitive PixelSense display for touchscreen navigation Up to 11 hours battery life Intel® Core™ i5 processor - for effortless multitasking 8… Read more

Wow that’s lucky


They cancelled mine due to no stock. So I asked for a discount off another which they offered 10%. So I got the £999 model, with 10% off and £200 cash back....So for the same price as this (£699)


Nah I didn’t like the felt keyboard so that’s fine


AO Completly sold out now... Regretting it? ... Or prepared to wait... So made the right decision?


Still looking Been to Westfield today Many laptops on i3 old generation or even £400+ but without full hd screens, absolutely shocking John Lewis has good laptops but it’s 600+ up to 2000 pounds

Microsoft Surface Laptop 13.5" Laptop - Platinum  £649 @ AO (+ £50 cashback)
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
With 50 cashback. Key Features Lightweight laptop with an 11 hour battery life Full HD+ touchscreen – super-easy to use 128GB SSD offers plenty of storage & super-fast loading… Read more

Ordered this one with a £30 discount code and a £20 new customer code plus the cash back later works out to £549. Can't complain 😁. Plus a 7% cashback from Quidco probably later in life, if at all that ever happens (lol)


After two weeks with it It's going back to, Screen is very poor on low brightness and only has three levels of brightness which is disappointing. Then again I'm comparing what I know and what I'm used to with the MacBook Air. Build quality is Good but not as good as the MacBook Air. Zero Flex in the MacBook over the Surface Laptop which has a tiny amount of creak when you pick It up from a corner. Most importantly the Laptop gets very warm even under low strain browsing web pages and at difference moments. Doesn't exhaust heat very well personally. Keyboard & Track pad are the best features that I love about it Alcantara feels nice on the hands but isn't worth keeping It based on this alone. I also can't stand the charger. It's a very short cable and Easily unmagnets from the side. Now I'm dealing with the annoyance of Cancelling down the Finance between & V12 Finance which I'm not thrilled about. But anyways It's being picked up Wednesday due to the fault on the screen. P.S. They try to make you go through the Manufactuer first but I was having none of that and had a Return started promtly after I refused to go through them. Back to the drawing board for me.


Agreed and they get very dirty and u can’t clean it


Good prices but try one first. For me the felt keyboard felt cheap and now sure how long it would last.


There's a lot of info online about it, jsut google it - essentially you are restricted to using the App store for software downloads:

Microsoft Surface Laptop - 13.5" Intel® Core™ i5, 128 GB SSD £799 (Possibly down to £719.10 with student discount) @ Currys
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
The Microsoft Surface Laptop r unning on the power of the 7th generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor, the Surface has a fast 128 GB SSD and 8 GB of RAM. Its lightweight design mak… Read more

Great laptop, mind you only last night I bought another charger (min £64) as they're very flimsy - so if you travel a bit and wrap the charger up, it'll break eventually :( (I was careful, some people go through 2-4 a year) - so anyone buying one of these needs to factor that cost in.


I smell a refresh brewing...




I must've grabbed one of the last ones. Strange. EDIT after refreshing on a desktop Currys site - showing in stock


oos before even 1st comment posted

Microsoft surface pro bundle with alcantara type cover - m3 £649 ; i5 128gb £749 ; i5 256gb £999 Microsoft Store
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Just noticed these bundles on Microsoft website. Makes the choice between Surface Go and Surface Pro slightly harder. All bundles include platinum alcantara type cover. M3, 128gb… Read more
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I recently sold a Macbook Pro late 2016 touch bar and went for this. Not regretting it so far.


StudentBeans Selected items only. One of those is the Surface line.


How do you get student discount at currys?


Have a read: Bear in mind neither come with the pen. It's a £75+ extra.


What's better i5 Surface Pro or i5 Surface Laptop. Only 150 quid difference, which one would you get?

Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3-Inch PixelSense Tablet PC (Silver) with Black Type Cover - (Intel 7th Gen Core m3-7Y30 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD) £649.99 Amazon
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Good price.lbfor m model. About this item Features Laptop, with the versatility of a studio and tablet with 2.5 times more performance than Surface Pro 3 Up to 13.5 hours of vid… Read more
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Check YouTube for Photoshop stuff. This chap has posted a lot of videos on the Surface Go, and if that will do what you want then this certainly will:


It's very different, the Surface Go would take you longer away from a plug and you can use an external battery. My Surface 3 can be used daily for 1-2h over a week without plugging in (with a 20,000 external battery).


Anyone knows how that would handle Photoshop CC and 50mb+ raw files processing?


Fantastic product, I use it for work travel. Last a entire day of conference or meeting on battery. Plus have 200gb of movies in a micro SD card to watch. For someone looking for this use case I would buy it. I would definitely not buy the i5 version as other people are advising as the next generation is almost certainly going to have quad core i5 chips which have 50% better multi core performance.

Surface Go 4GB with Platinum Type Cover, £404.98 with code @ Very
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Very currently have £100 credit back on laptops over £499, taking the price of the Surface Go 4GB & Type Cover bundle (platinum or cobalt) down to £404.98. You need to use 9 Mo… Read more

Also as a big fan of Spaces on Mac OS windows 10 introducing the same feature (not quite as well) is a game changer for smaller devices as you can just swipe between desktops so I just open a new desktop for each application. As the device is so sharp resolution wise and defaults to 150% scaling the screen size is very usable.


What a lot of noise on this thread! Just because you can’t see a use for a product it doesn’t mean there isn’t one. I picked up this base model deal and I’m delighted with it. For reference I own 2x IPad Pro (both sizes), MacBooks, Dell XPS (a now sold Pixel C tablet) and had chrombooks etc. I am using this 64GB surface go with a 200GB SD card for OneDrive and media files. I’m using full office with Mendeley plugin (one of the key reasons I wanted the go). I am also using the pen with one note for note taking. I’ve also got teamviewer installed and even VMware and Steam (been playing football manager on low graphics fine). It isn’t without fault. I had 2 resets due to issues with office (iCloud setup issue with preinstalled office) and then a graphics issue. These were both windows issues that you wouldn’t get on an iPad. I’d recommend creating a windows 10 USB for a fresh install as windows update gets all the Microsoft drivers (as long as you have a USB C to Ethernet). Of course this was only an issue with iCloud so if you don’t use that then none issue. People need to get away from thinking in an isolated device world. I can now just take one device to write and read papers, take notes, consume media and surf the net with full browser support. In addition the full OS means I can use teamviewer to remote into my PC at university that is 48 core , 256GB RAM and 2 512SSDs with full keyboard and mouse support. I’d really recommend this as a 2nd or even 3rd device as I was looking at surface but at £750 min price it was a tough buy as a MacBook Pro owner. This deal including the keyboard for £400 after cash back changes that. The Go is great for those who are on ‘the go’ a lot due to size and features. Even my MMC version isn’t slow and I’ve been multitasking fine on 4GB. I’ve had no issues with the MMC, CPU or RAM even running a Linux VM as well! At £400 this is the perfect student or mobile worker device. You can even install Ubuntu for terminal should you wish to allow you to run Linux commands.


Geekbench 4, nearly 4000 But that's just spectard country though. Your best bet is to borrow one and try it for yourself. Gaming. No Video editing. No Browsing the web. Yes Email. Yes Office. Yes Other office tools / writing / OneNote etc. Yes Node, Visual Studio Code. Yes Visual Studio Proper. Probably not in any serious way. For taking notes, and quickly zipping off to meetings - its a great device. Its also a great tablet. Edge is actually pretty usable for tablet use despite what some might say. You also get the benefit of UWP apps like MyTube meaning you can download YouTube videos and watch them offline - which you cannot do on an iPad. (not without finding an app that will quickly get pulled / last time I looked) I have an iPad also. I'd use either of them interchangeably. But I wouldn't sit down to work on an iPad, I would on the Go. The Achilles heal isn't performance, nor the OS. Its the battery life. Its "ok" for office meeting use, but not all day use. If an ARM version of this comes out with 3 times the real battery life (which the Snapdragon 850 claims to) then that would be a stellar tablet.


Where did you get 3000 from? I see 2000 .


It's an extremely biased, pro-Microsoft YouTube channel / website that is a Microsoft affiliate. The reviews on there are useless.

Microsoft Surface Pro 12.3-Inch Laptop with Platinum Type Cover - (Silver) (Intel i5-7300U, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro) £775 @ delivered
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
A laptop with the versatility of a studio and tablet with 2.5 times more performance than Surface Pro 3 Up to 13.5 hours of video playback, TPM chip for enterprise security Even … Read more

Always keep an eye out for Ex-display models. I got the 4gb version for £400 from Curry's in great condition. Two years, backpacking in NZ, and a Ph.D later and it's still going strong.


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I guess it depends on the user. I have less local storage now than ever before. My phone, Surface, and desktop all have 128GB of storage. All three have loads of space left because pretty much everything is stored in the cloud.


I’ve got a few Surface Pros - love the devices. Gven how quickly and easily such a tiny hard drive can be gobbled up, and how cheap SSDs are this year, I find it criminal manufacturers still offer this small amount. Absolute min in my opinion should be 256GB at the same price. I know you can add an Micro SD card but throughputs are nowhere near. The norm 5 years ago for capacity for 500GB (spinners obviously) and I often feel like we’ve gone backwards as not everyone likes to store there stuff in cloud storage as an alternative. I guess with more recently you can get 1TB Surface Pros which is much better.


Will JL price match?! :D

£10 off Surface Go 8GB/128GB SSD Spec £499 @ Argos
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Save £10 when preordering the high end spec of the surface go from Argos
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But what apps are on windows which utilise touch which browser ? For example how does it compare to an android iOS apps for general stuff calendar, one note, does it open desktop versions or mobile versions


Depends for me the specs are not good for price and no keyboard I understand why people like them they do look and feel good but as above


Hmm, well for the build quality, windows hello, seems very good.


People view it as incomplete without the keyboard and pen, and therefore consider the full price with all three items far too expensive. I somewhat agree, however as a tablet, without those things it's amazing. I have a surface 3 that I plan to eventually upgrade to this with, but I went to the trouble of getting the keyboard and pen for that planning for it to be a laptop replacement. Never use them. The keyboards have no travel so are awkward to type on, and the pens are great if you're an artist which I'm not. So consider this a windows tablet and it's the best 10" Windows tablet you can buy. The price is pretty good (most people probably only need the 4gb version if they're just doing web browsing and ms office) The storage is irrelevant with these as you can add a microsd to them (I have a 256GB one in my Surface 3). I'm absolutely getting this, but I'm patient enough to wait for a bigger discount than £10. Heat though.


Not seen it cheaper elsewhere in the UK so have some heat.

Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Keyboard £979.95 @ John Lewis (in-store & online)
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Great price for i5 tablet and keyboard + 2 years JL warranty

I've had a similar experience, used to love my surface and recommended them to many people but never again.


It's not the same thinf, you don't get the name, the quality huild (Inspiron is bad compared to this), the nice screen, the better battery life and also the fact that it works as a tablet with great pen support. :)


Fair enough, lol. BUT, with wayyyyyy cheaper 'alternatives' already out there for arguably the same thing, etc?. Like eg: Dell Inspiron 5000 13.3-Inch 2in1 Convertible Touchscreen Laptop - (Silver) (Intel i5-7200U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Windows 10). (For around half the Surface Pro price). And/or, eg: Dell Latitude 12 2in1 i5-7Y54, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 2880x1920. (And again, for around half the Surface Pro price too). Etc etc etc ... So, with them things in mind, do these Surface 'Devices', still represent economical value for the money they are demanding? (Those eye watering Surface prices, reminds me a wee bit of some of the Apple Device prices too ... lol). Ps. My previous/earlier Surface price comparisons above, was a genuine query by the way?. (I wasn't b!tching off for the sake of it ... ). I would genuinely like to know, etc?, thanx. :-)


Didn't Apple use a similar trick to get out of replacing iPhone batteries under warranty?


I had a similar experience with my screen on SP3. I think it's ridiculous that if there is any cosmetic damage in the form of wear and tear it voids warranty. It's a joke and the should not be able to get away with it. If it is proven that the damage caused the disrepair then fair enough, but if not, it's a joke.

Pre-order  Microsoft  Surface Go 10-Inch Tablet-PC on Amazon £379.99
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
the higher specification model is £509.99. Our smallest, lightest Surface yet, new 10" Surface Go starts at just 522g and fits easily in your bag. It's also a full laptop any ti… Read more
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A lot of other people post pre-order items as well.


I was thinking about getting one of these, but the price jump for pen and keyboard cover put me off. Looking through reviews I found this one that goes in depth and shows how the tablet handles eveyday stuff. It's a good watch to see it in normal use rather than review use. If this is normal price though, as someone mentioned, i dont know how it can be posted as a deal.


Fake news :p


For people thinking about getting this but unsure about the 4gb ram model, check this out - an actual review of the 4gb version as opposed to reviewers just slating it and telling you to buy the 8gb version. Looks like a great value option as browsing and video watching product.


Au contrasts, I saw a review of the 8gb model that revealed that in fact everything they showed was the 4gb model. Naughty

Microsoft  Surface Pen 2017 - £75 @ Amazon
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Second cheapest price it's ever been on Amazon. Is £74.97 at laptopsdirect, but Amazon customer service is much better.

Or just general dislike for MS. Voted hot.


No, people downvote when they have no idea whether a deal is a deal.


Hmm wonder if this would work on a asus transformer chi?


Compared to previous prices it's probably the cheapest, but it is still overpriced. Bit like Apple.


Slightly cheaper at for this colour, bigger savings on the other colours there. Personally after the burgundy one to match my keyboard so been keeping an eye on prices for a few months.

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Core i5 8GB 256GB SSD 13" Windows 10 Pro - £1,426.40 @ BT Shop
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
If anyone knows of somewhere I can get this cheaper do let me know. I am actively looking for one of these now. Product overview Display Size: 13.5in … Read more
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They are official suppliers to the queen.


Yes they are, being using them for years


Ah fair enough. Saw they only give 5% discount on the Surface Go.


What are battery life on these like?


Thanks. Are these guys reputable do you know?

Microsoft Surface 2017 i7 and 256GB £1019.99 @ eGlobal Central
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
What it says but it’s probably the best value portable do it all device around. Also I love eGlobal Central - I always pay for courier option. A bit slow but worth it for the massi… Read more

I’ve never had any problems and have bought iPads, GoPros and other bits. Not sure why all the hate.


I think you're supposed to hope that they are successful at smuggling it past Customs with a £1.19 declared value ;)


is vat & customs duties paid at this price??


Reputation of this lot... Yeah but no


Spend over£1000 and have no UK warranty? Sounds a bit of a risk...

13 inch laptop sleeve £13.49 @ itstor / Ebay
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Thule Stravan laptop sleeve with protective padding. Extra front pocket for tablet or accessories. Advertised for 13 inch macbook but should fit any 13” laptop just fine. Thule … Read more

Wow this has gone colder than your hearts :o I honestly thought people would make use of this, I bought 2.