Like most other companies, Microsoft is going all in with its Black Friday deals and promotions. Some very special price cuts have been prepared for the products on Microsoft Stores.

A few of these were listed as early as last week, and now the plethora of products has been updated with several new tablets and touch PCs powered by the new Windows 8.1 operating system.

Here is what the company says on this campaign, the usual stuff and fluff:

“Offers valid for limited time, see specific details online or in-store. Limited quantities available, while supplies last. No rain checks. Availability and pricing varies by location. Certain exclusions may apply. Not valid on prior orders or purchases; cannot be transferred or otherwise redeemed. Microsoft reserves the right to modify or discontinue any offer at any time.”

With that being said, below is a selection of Microsoft’s Black Friday deals:

Surface RT 32GB – $199
Surface Sleeves – $24.99
Surface + Type Cover (with free Touch Cover) – $478.88
Dell Inspiron 15z Touchscreen Laptop – $399
Gateway NV570P10u Touchscreen Laptop – $329
Xbox 360 250GB console – $199.99
Xbox 360 4GB console with Kinect – $179.99
Xbox 360 games – $9.99
Xbox Live 3-Month Gold Membership – $16.99
ASUS VivoTab Smart ME400C-C2-BK Touchscreen Tablet – $299
Nokia Lumia 520 (no contract) – $49
Nokia Lumia 521 (no contract) – $78
Skullcandy Ink’d 2 Earbuds with Inline Mic – $9.99
JayBird BlueBuds X Bluetooth Headphones – $139.95
Dell XPS 18 Touchscreen All-in-One, Intel Core i5 – $999
MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer – $2,199

You can check out the complete list of products on the official store website here.

The campaign is already underway, and if you want to buy a particular product make sure you hurry, as some of these products may be removed when Microsoft runs out of stock.

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