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Microsoft is currently offering a free Xbox controller with Wireless Adapter, or $100 off its Surface Dock, when you buy a Surface Book or Surface Pro 4 with an Intel Core i7 processor.
Microsoft held it's E3 conference today in LA and as expected, the company has announced a new controller that is targeted at the hardcore gamer featuring paddles on the back and replaceable hardware.
The Microsoft Store website is now selling the Surface Pro 2 for a limited time with a free wireless Xbox controler for Windows and two codes for free downloadable games.