The tech giant's online and brick-and-mortar stores will feature savings on its currently unavailable Surface Pro tablet as well as a half-dozen notebooks from Dell and HP.
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Microsoft throws hardware partners a bone, includes Office Home and Student 2013 with all Windows RT devices
Versions of Word, Excel, Power Point and OneNote will be pre-installed on Windows RT tablets, including Microsoft Surface.
Discounts on the tablet have been extended through the end of February, while trading in an old Surface can get you as much as $650 toward a new Surface Pro 3.
The combination protective covering and innovative physical keyboard may be a highlight to the company's bottom line when it comes to the new tablets.
The new input devices surfaced briefly on Best Buy's website: $60.99 for the mouse, $68.99 for the keyboard.
An IDC analyst says the production target means the slates won't only be sold in Microsoft retail stores.
Surface for Windows 8 Pro will be priced "on par with Ultrabook-class PCs." Is it a viable alternative to Intel's laptop platform?
A new rival has just launched a gesture-control device that may not be as powerful as Kinect for Windows, but is definitely cheaper.
Market research suggests fewer than a million units were sold, while Apple sold more than 22 million iPads in the quarter. But the low sales and high returns are similar to the launch of the original Amazon Kindle Fire.
A Canalys research analyst predicts the forthcoming tablet's high price will cause it to flop.