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On Black Friday, stores across the US try to entice you to venture out at ungodly hours of the morning and if you are in the market for a low-priced notebook, staples has one on-sale for $99.
Staples stores in the US are now selling the 32 GB version of Microsoft's Surface RT tablet for $399 which is $100 off its normal price. This appears to be just for in-store sales.
Staples has launched its official app for Windows 8 and RT, allowing customers of the office retail store access to the company's products along with other features.
Staples has a new promotion that will offer people who buy a new touchscreen-based Windows 8 PC a way to get up to $400 back if they trade in their old PC or tablet
Staples has a new coupon, which can be used in its stores and online, that can be used to take $75 off any Windows 8 or RT product, including the Surface tablets.
The Windows 8 Pro version of Microsoft's Surface tablet has started to go on display in some US retail stores, with sales of the new device set to begin on February 9th.
The US head of the retail store company Staples claims that Amazon has five or maybe six new tablet SKUs planned for a future release. Amazon has yet to comment on this news.
The Black Friday sales in retail stores are ending, but the online-only Cyber Monday sales have started ahead of time for a number of retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy.
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