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(Pocket-lint) – The Microsoft Surface Laptop 5 first hit the shelves less than a month ago, but it’s already discounted in the early Black Friday sales.

Somehow, Best Buy has managed to shave a cool $300 off the asking price, who could possibly resist?

Microsoft Surface Laptop 5 - save $300

With a jump to the 12th Gen Intel platform, the Surface Laptop is speedier than ever. It’s a great deal at just $999.99.

The Surface Laptop 5 is not too dissimilar to its predecessor, but that’s no bad thing. We loved the Laptop 4, and continue to use it on a daily basis.

The fifth iteration shares the same chassis but has been updated to utilise the latest Intel processors, which gives it a significant speed bump.

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In fact, Microsoft reckons it represents a 50 per cent uplift in performance, not too shabby. 

It also benefits from Thunderbolt 4 and USB 4.0 connectivity, so you can easily hook up the most cutting-edge accessories.

We can’t imagine this deal lasting long, so be sure to act quickly if you’re keen on grabbing Microsoft’s latest laptop.

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We’ve rounded up some other great deals, below:

Writing by Luke Baker.

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