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Price crash: Surface Pro Type Cover is ridiculously cheap

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The Surface Pro has become a hugely popular and sought-after device for creatives since it first appeared back in 2017. One of the best tablets with a stylus around, in our opinion, this highly portable and extremely powerful machine allows artists and designers to express and develop their creativity whenever, wherever. 

But while it's great for using as a graphics tablet and running creative software – we're talking full-on Creative Cloud apps such as Photoshop CC – without compromise on features or performance, this nifty little device can be turned into a laptop in seconds by connecting it's compatible Surface Pro Type Cover keyboard. 

However, like with most devices these days, such accessories cost extra, and they rarely come cheap. Until today. Right now, you can get a the Type Cover at less than half the regular price with this incredible deal at Amazon. Usually £139.99, the Surface Pro accessory price has been slashed to just £65.94 – that's a huge 52% discount on the retail price! 

Microsoft Surface Type Cover:

Microsoft Surface Type Cover: £139.99 £61.90
Save £78.09:
Ultra-slim and highly portable, this quality keyboard will transform your Surface Pro in to a laptop in just seconds. One of the best deals we've seen since Prime Day, don't miss this whopping 57% saving.

Looking to buy a Surface Pro too? Amazon also currently has the device at a price that's hard to argue...

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 tablet:

Microsoft Surface Pro 6 tablet: £879 £754.21
Save £124.79:
At just over £750, this is the cheapest you will currently find this spec Surface Pro model right now. So if you've had your eye on one for a while, there's never been a better time to buy. (Note: keyboard sold separately)

Not in the UK? Here are the best Surface Pro and Surface Pro Type Covers prices in your area: 

Kerrie Hughes

Kerrie Hughes is editor of Creative Bloq. Kerrie was staff writer for 3D World magazine before joining the original Creative Bloq team in 2012. Since then she's written regularly for other publications, including ImagineFX, 3D World and Computer Arts magazines.