Black Friday is still months down the road, and with both Independence Day and Memorial Day in the rear view mirror, you’re probably expecting little movement on the tech deals and steals front in the very near future.

But Microsoft doesn’t need a special occasion to get in the giving mood, randomly putting a bunch of hardware on sale last night through 11:59PM PDT on July 12. Arguably the number one bargain, at least for mobile enthusiasts, is a $150 dual SIM unlocked Lumia 650, marked down from its typical list price of $200 for the first time ever.

The Windows 10-loaded 5-incher is hardly a powerhouse, though it does come with GSM LTE connectivity, HD OLED screen resolution, quad-core processing punch, 16GB expandable storage, as well as decent 8 and 5MP cameras.

Meanwhile, the Surface Pro 4 fetches $850 instead of a cool thousand bucks with an Intel Core i5 SoC, 128GB SSD, and 4GB RAM, whereas a Surface Dock is bundled in for free alongside slightly costlier, more powerful models.

The Surface Book offers up to $150 savings, the Universal Mobile Keyboard is 50 percent off, and last but not least, select Xbox One consoles have a free controller, two free games, and $50 gift code in store.

Source: Microsoft US

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