If you need a new laptop before going back to work, this Microsoft Surface Pro deal has you covered

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2018 is almost upon us, and with it comes ambitious resolutions and a year of brand-new possibilities.

So, what better way to ring in the new year and set yourself up for a productive 2018 than by saving $780 AUD on a Surface Pro and Surface Laptop?

A one-two punch of productive versatility, the Surface Pro and Surface Laptop enable you to get more done, faster, and for longer with improved batteries, processors, and more. The Surface Laptop boasts a powerful Intel Core processor and is designed for Windows 10 S — with boosts made toward security and performance.

Meanwhile, combining supreme computing power with the versatility of a studio and tablet, the Surface Pro works 2.5 times faster than the Surface Pro 3 thanks to its 7th Gen Intel Core Processor, and it boasts 50 percent more battery than the Surface Pro 4.

Make 2018 the year of untold potential by nabbing yourself a Surface Pro and Surface Laptop for $780 AUD off. This deal expires on 12/31, so take advantage now.

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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