Microsoft Surface 3 Is Now $200 Less Expensive (Refurbished)

This reconditioned Microsoft Surface is currently available for just $200, so if you've been searching for an excellent productivity tablet that won't put a strain on your finances, you might want to give it some consideration. Along with some amazing internal specifications, the operating system Windows 10 is already preinstalled on the device, and the battery life of the device is rated at roughly 10 hours before it needs to be recharged.

$200 (was $230)

Despite the fact that the refurbished unit now for sale is the model from 2015, it still contains the majority of the capabilities that are included on the most recent Microsoft Surface. Even while it is not as powerful as the new series, it still has a 10.8-inch full high-definition display, a three-point kickstand, dual cameras, stereo speakers with Dolby, and 10-point multitouch for effortless operation. The Surface has an Intel Atom Z8700 processor, 2 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM), and 64 gigabytes of storage space. Because of this, it is more than capable of handling all of your daily browsing demands, in addition to some basic editing tasks.

Despite the fact that it is not as powerful as models from the most recent generation, this reconditioned tablet is an excellent choice for anyone who values dependability and adaptability in a device. In addition, your purchase includes a charging cable and a 30-day aftermarket warranty (to be certain that everything is functioning as it was intended), but it does not include the Surface Keyboard or the Surface Pen. Returns are also allowed up to a month after the product has been shipped.

There aren't many laptops in the $200 price bracket that can equal the power and versatility of the Surface, so take advantage of this deal while you still have the chance to do so.

Tom L. Taylor

My real name is Tom L Taylor, however, I go by Zentouro online (the origin of my name is a strange tale about an elven name generator and me being 8 years old). My concentration in Environmental Studies at Middlebury is on the role of film and media in shaping environmental perceptions and values. Both Chinese and Computer Science were electives for me.

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