Surface Pro 3 – Discount* available on volume orders for your business

Gain access to discount* on volume orders of  Surface Pro 3 (Available in the UK on 31st August 2014)

Retail pricing starts at £639**, however, there are volume discounts to be had in the commercial sector. If you want to revamp your hardware estate, manage your portfolio securely or simply improve the flexibility of your workforce get in contact with a Microsoft Authorised Device Reseller (ADR) who can provide a quote.

Who are Surface Pro 3 Authorised Resellers: 

Softcat I Computacenter I Phoenix I Specialist Computers Center I Kelway I Misco I Insight I CCS Media I SoftwareOne

If you’d like a quote for your business, contact your preferred ADR directly or email Ana Rosalis Damil or Guy Harvey who can put you in touch with an ADR to arrange a quote.

Details on Surface Pro 3

Surface Pro 3 is pretty perfect if your a Mobile Professional. It has a very nice 12” display in a sleek magnesium frame with all the power and performance of a laptop, but in an incredibly thin, lightweight, versatile form. It features a pen experience which works seamlessly with One Note and all your favourite Office applications. It delivers the fast, fluid touch experience of a tablet but with a built-in, multi-angle Kickstand and optional click-in keyboard, it can also become the ultimate laptop in a snap. A 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor, full-size USB 3.0 port, microSD card reader, and Mini DisplayPort enable it to do anything your laptop can do and more. 

*Size of discount goes up according to quantity bought, Please ask your ADR for quote. Minimum order for discount is 5 units
*Please speak with your ADR for commercial pricing. Please note that retail pricing includes pen but NOT keyboard.

Comments (9)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Why isn’t Microsoft selling directly to Microsoft Partners or via major disties?

  2. Andrew Mash says:

    Why have Microsoft not released the Surface to general distribution, they would sell more and maybe take on the iPad in sales volume.

  3. Ridiculous says:

    What a joke – why send this to all partners and then only mention the few that share beds?

  4. Is it April 1st says:

    Great – so established Microsoft Partners now have to buy off the very same eTailors that are destroying our margins – Nice one guys.

  5. Ryan Ewen says:

    Can you provide me with some costing’s on price breaks? Many thanks

  6. Timo Moran says:

    If you require any pricing please do not hesitate to contact me,

  7. John Gostling says:

    Microsoft, you tell us quite sternly to sell more of your stuff and then you limit supply via a few select partners. You are creating barriers to the adoption of your hardware and we’ll be forced to sell Lenovo/Dell/HP hardware instead of Microsoft/Nokia

  8. Jonathan says:

    I agree and when my customers ask I direct them to Dell HP and Asus.

  9. Jonathan says:

    There are just over 4.5 million small businesses in America today. Those are some huge numbers Mas is leaving out when their partners are being left out.

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