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The Microsoft Surface family, a line of high-performance gadgets, ranging from the Surface Pro that blends the utility of a laptop with the convenience of a tablet, to the Surface Hub 2, an interactive office screen. In each version, the hardware is impressively powerful and the design is sleek. The best Surface deals and offers can be found on the dedicated Microsoft Surface page here at hotukdeals. Read more
Microsoft 13.5-inch Touchscreen Surface Laptop - (Platinum) (Intel M-5Y70 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Intel HD 5300) @ £499.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Microsoft 13.5-inch Touchscreen Surface Laptop - (Platinum) (Intel M-5Y70 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Intel HD 5300 Graphics, Windows 10) Amazing price for a gorgeous device … Read more

Yes from Amazon


If only it was 256GB SSD ..


From Amazon?


Bought one last week and actually comes with the newer..... INTEL® CORE™ m3-7Y30 PROCESSOR Perfectly adequate for day to day use


Great built quality, very light and smart. Love touch screen in laptop

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Tablet, i5 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen, Platinum with keyboard - £899.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Been chasing for the best price for a i5 8GB RAM with 256GB SSD and keyboard. The closest deal was the one in Easter on Curry's PC World which now has no stock: https://www.curry… Read more

I assume you are asking about a 13” HP Envy x360? They seem to be all AMD Ryzen CPU’s. I don’t know much how they compare but they look nice too. I think it depends on what’s important to you. Laptop experience with tablet features (360, and pen support) or tablet experience with laptop features. The Envy x360 has more ports which might be important and more stable lap use. The surface is smaller, slimmer. No compromise on cpu performance. Fanless in the case of the i5 variant. The HP might be upgradable as it can be dismantled like a regular laptop, where as the surface is what it is and everything is soldered down on the board. You can only add storage in the form of a microsd on the surface device Hope this helps


How does this compare to the HP Envy x360 ?


Looking on Currys/PCworld for the same spec i5 8250u, 8GB RAM, 256GB storage and display upto 13.3" the prices of laptops start from £699 to £899. None of these have a detachable keyboard except the Surface. If you need a stylus pen to do hand editing / drawing then you'll be looking at Surface or Lenovo Yoga which is still in the £899 range. I'd also bear in mind how many years warranty you get as well when choosing the laptop. Surface is light, quiet, small and thin. Ports on the Surface can be limiting (Single USB, 3.5mm, mini display port, microSD, and Surface connector for the charger or the dock/port replicator (which adds more display and USB ports as well as charging) Goto a computer store and have a play on each to see which has the keyboard feel you like. HTH


Not sure if Surface or 13inch touchscreen laptop.



Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Tablet, Intel Core i5 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 12.3" Touchscreen, Platinum with Type Cover - £749 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
More than £200 cheaper than at the Microsoft Store. Possibly cheaper than refurb/2nd hand eBay listings. Edit: Please note this includes the type cover, it's not just the tablet. … Read more

This is not true, it's only in recent weeks that bundle has been at 749... I've been tracking the price since the Black Friday deals :D Surface Pro 6 is being discontinued, Currys PC World are exhausting their stock.


Also good price for the 256GB:


You have 30 days to return an item. Buy a replacement straight away as this price might change soon (it was probably Easter, Bank Holiday special). Then you can return it as a previous purchase.


So in other words, price is NOT "the same everyone". Out of stock doesn't mean it's coming back into stock at that price. When I have none, I'm selling them at £500.


This should be the price for it really The 1000+ silly price plus 150 quid for the cheap tacky keyboard is just corp rip off

Microsoft Surface Laptop Core M 4GB 128GB SSD £499.99 Amazon
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Microsoft 13.5-inch Touchscreen Surface Laptop - (Platinum) (Intel M-5Y70 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Intel HD 5300 Graphics, Windows 10) Amazon deal of the day. Lowish spec … Read more

No, the biggest issue with the Surface Laptop line is that they're borderline impossible to upgrade/repair at home without heavily damaging it (check ifixit's teardown to see why). It's the one issue that stops the SL2 being my universal recommendation for a premium notebook, because it's fantastic in every other regard, although I would not recommend this particular model either given the underpowered processor. For around £500 I'd sooner suggest something from the Asus Zenbook line.


Thank you, i thought it might have finished


I believe you can, foc.


Does anyone know if you can still upgrade to windows 10 for free ? ( I know it says Windows 10 in description but i think it comes with Windows 10 S )


i don't agree with this at all. 4Gb should be fine for most basic office and browsing functions the M3 will also cope quite well. Don't expect miracles but for general day to day use you shouldn't be disappointed. I have an equivalent Surface Pro 4 with the M processor and it's been awesome.No regrets.

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Microsoft Surface Pen - Black £61.20 @ Amazon
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Surface pro pen in black. A must have for any surface pro owner.
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For those who might be looking for used second hand versions. It’s worth knowing that there has been 4 versions of the pen. The latest version (4) was introduced in 2017 and supports 4096 pressure levels instead of the earlier version of 1024. Part numbers as I know are EYU-000xxx and I have also seen references to EYV-000xxx but that might be a typo of V instead of U.


Not sure why cold, looks a good price to me. With all the recent surface deals good timing as well.


Thanks. I needed one of these for my new Surface Go


Cheap ones tend to be rubbish. People voting this cold have probably never used one or these.


Good price

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3-Inch Intel Core i5, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD with Signature Type Cover £1049.99 @ Amazon (£899 with Student Prime)
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
If you have a prime student membership on Amazon, you can get the Core i5, 8GB, 256GB SSD version for 899. (Currently it says it will be in stock on May 07).

How is the video misleading when it clearly shows how you have to literally destroy the device in order to access its internals? Maybe you consider harware obsolete after three years, but to me that's just plain wrong. A ten-year-old laptop can easily keep up with modern software, and brought up to virtually equal performance standards if you can replace the RAM and replace the hard drive with an SSD - which you were commonly able to do even on consumer laptops 10 years ago before they became un-fixable disposable clamshells. I have a Sony laptop from 2005 which I still use daily. It actually has small hatches on the underside, openable with a single Philips screw, to allow removal/upgrade of RAM, hard drive, and optical drive. Buying disposable devices is just wrong for so many reasons.


Depends what you're doing with it I guess, the inbuilt flash storage will be far quicker for reads/writes and have better IOPs than a micro SD. Agree though, that's a huge difference in price.


disagreed and the video is misleading. I consider myself pretty good with hardware (Computer Engineering grad), The amount of machines I have had to open in the last 10 years is exactly 1: my gaming desktop that I open to install additional upgrades. My current Macbook has been with me for 5 years and never opened. The iPad Air 2 has been used for 4 years, never opened. The point I am making is that these machines generally do not need repairs for 3 or so years, at which point, any electronic machine is pretty much due for an upgrade. I do not currently own a surface pro 6, but from what I have heard, it is a solid machine and compared to iPad (which some call an expensive Netflix machine and I agree (having owned one)), this machine is a full on PC that lets you get work done.


That's what insurance is for...


Anyone remotely considering buying one of these needs to watch this video first: Basically the devices are utterly un-repairable and un-maintainable. They're essentially disposable. They represent everything that's wrong with modern technology and are the antithesis of responsible manufacturing and terrible for the environment and for consumers.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 13.5" Laptop - i5 / 8GB RAM / 256GB From £1049 - £1079 @ AO  [£849 - £879 after £200 Cahsback
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
The Burgundy 256GB version looks pretty tempting with the £200 Cashback. It's this price on this colour only, or £20 extra for the Colbolt Blue Here or Platinum Here if y… Read more

I think I've seen that too but think it might have been on the surface book 1. The slow SSD speed on the 1 were what put me off vs Dell XPS 13 back then.


koskesh: No that's not correct.I just contacted MS and enquired and they said they are identical. I stand corrected. TBH or was only what I had heard from others... i had no hard evidence.


No that's not correct.I just contacted MS and enquired and they said they are identical.



Yeah when I got mine I read loads of problems with people saying the platinum got dirty quite quick, which somewhat made my decision to get the blue. Took this just now. There’s a window to my left which is why it might look a bit lighter that side.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 13.5" Laptop - Intel Core i5 / 128GB / 8GB RAM £799 (£699 - £100 direct cash back) @ AO
31/05/2019Expires on 31/05/2019Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Good price especially considering the £100 direct cashback from AO. Really impressive laptop this, which would be akin to a Macbook Air spec and price wise, with the added function… Read more

Where do you get it for £850?


I'd buy one if anyone is selling there's


Expired. Cashback offer still valid but they increased the price fdom £799 to £979 now.


Same website. It's £1049 with £200 cashback


Where do you get it for £849?

MICROSOFT 12.3" Intel® Core™ i5 Surface Pro 6 128 GB SSD including Platinum type cover £674.10 @ Currys Ebay
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Cheapest price I've seen for this if you don't have an Amex Card - Includes Type cover. 10% off is applied automatically at checkout Key Features Top features: - Your laptop… Read more
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Thanks for the response. What I meant was, I already have a one x and wanted to know if its possible to stream my games across from my xbox to the surface pro?


Tbh. If you want to play Xbox games get and Xbox one. They only 350 or so now and alternative computers can’t matchh their performance unless you spend a lot. I dont think this is for gaming


Are these any good for gaming or streaming? I was looking for a device that would stream xbox games - will this machine be capable ?


Mine to be delivered today. My John Lewis one also came and the outer box was damaged and so it was one corner of the actual box. That’s crazy. Spend so much and they put it in a crappy box. If the curry’s one is sealed then I’ll keep that. I’m still not sure if I should stick to John Lewis 2 yr warranty for the extra £75. What are theee machines like for breakdown ?


why quote a law which is useless in a few weeks?

MICROSOFT 12.3 Inch Intel® Core i7 Surface Pro 6, 256 GB SSD, 8 GB, Black for £1,106.10 @ eBay / Currys
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Top features: - Your laptop, your way for convenient computing - More power for all your needs - Work, play, stream, catch up and more - Mix and match to make it your own - D… Read more

It's ok. Sometime it happens ;)


Apologies! Missed that. Yes, a decent deal.


and that would be i5, the one here is i7 . :)


Both were available. Here's the 256GB price.


I think that was 128gb ones

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3" - i5 / 8GB / 128GB Storage / 2736x1824 IPS Storage with Platinum Type cover £699 w/code@ ebay / AO
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Recently this has dropped in a few places to £749.99, although via AO's eBay store you can get it for £699 using code PRO10 The title doesn't mention the type cover, but the im… Read more

Yes... Check out my thread on this (current) for Microsoft store with Amex£100 cashback. You can get it for£799.


£649 with Amex save £100 on £400 spend for 128GB / £799 for £256GB


Quite tempted by this but not sure it does include the type cover as I'd expect it to say so in the main title as it does on their main site. May be worth a check with ao before purchase. Slightly off topic but has anyone found a deal for the 256GB Black version?


This looks like a really good deal. Might go for it instead of an iPad.


How does this compare to the surface pro 4 is it worth the upgrade?

Surface Pro 6 8GB/128GB Inc Type Cover £749.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Same price @ Microsoft store which was posted but as I have some Amazon credit and the Amex thing no good for me this is the better option for me. Product Description Unplug. Pack… Read more
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I had around 200gb left in my 256gb so I suspect its arond 70gb or so. Could be slightly more if you disable hibernation etc.


Around 90GB. Highly recommend getting a cheap 256GB Micro SD Card.


hey has anyone used it? does that clip works fine? or it gets "funky"after some time?


How much space is left once setup & running


So many deals on these lately.. is a new model coming?

Microsoft Store: Surface Pro 6 128GB £749 (£649 with Amex) / 256GB £899 (£799 with Amex) incl keyboard (after Amex £100 cashback).
Refreshed 26th AprRefreshed 26th Apr
Yep, the MS store now has surface pro bundles in line with retailers. £749 - 128GB Surface Pro 6, with signature keyboards (£649 with Amex) £899 - 256GB Surface Pro 6, with signa… Read more

Anybody else got tcb yet?


My TCB has been uplifted to £37.46 which isn't the 8% I expected but it's better than £5.21. Check your TCB accounts.


Microsoft bundle has ended.. Amex cashback still valid for msstore purchases if activated.


It expired yesterday at midnight


This is expired now right? For some reason I thought this was open for longer

Microsoft Surface Go 10 || 8GB || 128GB SSD || 12 Month Warranty || Refurbished at Ebay/Argos for £370.99
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
*Keyboard and Pen not included. Model number: MCZ-00002. General Information: Up to 9 hours battery life. Size H8.3, W2.45, D1.75cm. Weight 0.56kg. CPU, Memory and Operati… Read more

If you're watching this, then there's a chance one might come back into stock, as I've just cancelled my order and used the Amex offer... I can claim back vat from my business too, so it was overall a better offer when including the type cover and office discount...


If you have an Amex, the 100 off 400 at the Microsoft store gets it quite close to this new


I was in 2 minds. Its either a Surface Go or maybe a decent 2 in 1 like the yoga. Normaly if i was 100% i would do as you advised ;)


I thought I'd check again when I got home, to find one had come back into stock... So I snapped it up. Now to hope it in decent condition :) Maybe worth keeping an eye on the page...


£65 more here for brand new... seems a good price, if not the best ever?

Microsoft Surface Go 10 Inch Pentium 4GB || 64GB eMMC Windows 10s || Argos Refurbished £276.99
Refreshed 14th AprRefreshed 14th Apr
24/04/2019 - Back in stock. Details below. 12 Month Warranty Model number: MHN-00002. CPU, Memory and Operating System: Intel Pentium . Dual core processor. 4GB RAM. 64GB … Read more

Google are only one of many contributors to the Chromium Project, they don't own it or bare much responsibility other than UI decisions. Old Edge was always slower to iterate due to it being so tightly knit into Windows. Without the ability to update standalone from the store, it was confined to the biannual Windows updates. I also just said that Edge’s problem wasn't it being a slow browser. It's still faster than Chrome in benchmarks. It isn't semantics to be stating the Google slowed down their services on Edge and Firefox. That story has broken dozens of time over the years with the most recent of which being Google Earth, Google Meet, etc being outright disabled on New Edge for "compatibility reasons" despite them both now having the same Chromium dependencies. I do follow the browser war quite closely and it should be obvious from either side than Google knows how to play dirty, you naive if you think otherwise. The EU is often seen slapping Google’s wrist when they get caught doing such anticompetition practices.


I think Peter Bright reports quite well on Microsoft and I haven't seen any bias against it. With regards to Microsoft abandoning development of their own browser engine, it seems that expense and speed of development is not on pair with Google so they pursued more pragmatic solution. It would seem to you have personal bias based on dislike of certian companies.


Firstly ArsTechnica imo is the worst tech news blog out there with an inherent bias against Microsoft prevalent throughout all their articles. Secondly I though quoting my a previous comment I made would be easier but it looks like you missed it so here's a paste of it. "Edge on Chromium is only a thing because Google deliberately slow down their services on Edge. That means sites like Youtube, Gmail and Google Maps don't run as well. The fix is to use the alternatives which run as good or better than the Google services, myTube, literally any other email client or app and Bing Maps. If Google weren't so incline to carry out anti competition practices all day long then Microsoft wouldn't have made the choice to switch to Chromium. Despite all that Microsoft have made it pretty clear they intend to improve the current dog **** performance of Chromium, all thanks to Google. You only need to look at an i7 Pixel Slate lagging to understand Google don't know how to do efficient software." As an Edge insider I can tell you 3 weeks into the beta there has been over 150 commits made to the Chromium project as an attempt by Microsoft to improve it's lacklustre performance. From testing it, so far so good. It's already faster than old Edge, Chrome and stock Chromium in benchmarking. That's no surprise as Old Edge was also faster than Chrome and Chromium in benchmarks.




Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3" 2-in-1 Laptop Includes Platinum Keyboard Cover £859 with code (£899) @ AO
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Hi guys, first deal so I hope I have done it right:) Just seen the amazon deal for the surface pro 6 at 899 via amazon and it got a fair amount of heat however you need to be a st… Read more

The Surface Pro has a mini display port. All you need is a mini display to display or mini display to hdmi cable.


I would suggest that HDMI is more vital for a travel laptop than for a normal one. I certainly made a huge amount of use out of the built in video out port on my old Surface 3. It's aggravating on the new Surface Go to always have to use an adapter to run video out, or even to plug in a full size USB device Dongles are a poor and unnecessary substitute


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HDMI isn't essential to everyone, certainly to those who buy travel laptops with 12" screens. Sacrifices are always made for smaller devices and its only a tenner for an adapter. Thunderbolt 3 is a bigger ommission.


Spending upwards of £800 for a 2019 machine you should not have to buy a separate dongle to project via HDMI

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3-Inch - (Intel Core i5, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD with Cover - Platinum £726.45(£700 w/no fee Card) @ Amazon Germany
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Feels like a decent price here coming from amazon Germany, possible to get it slightly cheaper using a fee free card. closest price in the UK is around the £880 mark right now. H… Read more
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Great price - but I think the German keyboard kills this for me :-(


Ah yes, you are right, my bad - the platinum in the title confused me into thinking thats the colour of the cover :(


Look at the basket after you add it. It's a platinum surface pro and black type cover by default. Thank you for your cooperation Sir. X


Is it possible to swap or replace keys on a type cover to make it more UK compatible?


As per the listing it is the platinum type cover (confused)

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3" - Silver (Intel Core i5, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD) + Signature Type Cover - Platinum @ Amazon Prime Student Excl.
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Amazon Prime Student Exclusive offer. Next best price with Signature Type Cover £1299 at Currys and £1149 without Type Cover at most retailers. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 12.3-Inc… Read more

Good deal. Unfortunately I only need the tablet, not the keyboard & ancilliaries. but still a good deal. BTW - the "student" discount on the Microsoft site extends to teachers, armed forces and their families also. 10%. Unfortunately this deal hasn't reached the MS site yet.


Much better deal. It's not just the128GB difference, there's differences elsewhere in the specs as well. and the business version of the 256Gb has an even better uprated chipset spec.


Frankly, I would go for the 256Gb version. Windows 10 and associated system software takes up a lot of space. You will only have 95Gb to play with. For optimum performance, you should be leaving quite a lot of that space empty. The 256Gb version will give you 214Gb storage. Trust me, further down the line, you will be grateful that you spent the extra cash; it more than doubles your available space.


This is a good deal. I've been looking at the Surface range a lot recently. I had the Surface Pro 4 a few years ago so know the laptop well. This generation is definitely the best with the step up to quad core. There's a good argument for the i5 model if you're not doing anything intensive as it's fanless; though the fans in the i7 models aren't apparently as bad as previous generations. I order a 13.3" Toshiba Portege a few days ago as the RAM and SSD are upgradeable, but I'm still considering a surface. The Portege is only 1.05KG in weight. That's actually lighter than the Surface Pro 6 with the type cover so I'm tempted by the Surface Go now. The reviews of the Go have been mixed. I played about with it in Currys and I love the smaller form factor and lighter weight. Of course, I wouldn't advise it for anything more than browsing and word editing as the CPU isn't powerful. Still, it's snappier than I thought it would be. I just wish the dropped the price of the Go a little as at the current price range, it's not much more to step up to a second hand Surface Pro 6 i5.




Cheers, ordered the other day. Delivery time frame is May 8th - June 26th. Anyone know how often these get cancelled before then? I could really do with it in May for work. But this price is great.


Gutted I missed this deal. Sitting on my hands now with a creaky Macbook waiting for the next time around!


They don't unfortunately.


Totally worth this price. This is a quad core i5 btw. It's as significant improvement over the SP5, which is still an amazing machine.


no more stock.

Microsoft Surface Go - Laptop 2 in 1, 10 '' (Wifi, Intel, 4GB RAM, 64GB, Windows 10) Silver £348 Fee Free / £357 @ Amazon Spain
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Seems like a good price to me for an item that is over £400 in the UK. Pay with a fee free card to get it for £348, otherwise add around a tenner. Use your uk log in details. De… Read more

Just beware that the 4gig/64GB eMMC model might not be that great if you are looking at it as a PC/laptop. I have the 8gig/128 GB SSD version and it's really good as a super-portable laptop (and even decent when docked, as a low power desktop) but it kind of sucks when used purely as a tablet. The interface and app support isn't a patch on a proper mobile OS. The 4/64 spec would be pretty marginal for PC use - it's really targeted more at tablet mode which as I've said, isn't that great IMO.


Wow, bad bit of research by me there :S Cheers, shall expire as its cheaper elsewhere :)


£340 at currys


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