Dell Venue 8 Pro price slashed to $99 for today, limited stocks

David Parker December 9, 2013 1

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Holiday season, loads of discounts and lots of bargains! This is the time of the year to be on a lookout for some real deals on gadgets and devices.

Microsoft is kicking off a “12 Days of Deals” starting this Monday from 10.a.m. (local time) at all their stores. The 12 days deal start with the most exciting offer on the Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet; where the price will be slashed from $299 to $99. A whopping discount we must say!



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The deal doesn’t come so easy; you have to act quick and fast. The slashed rate of $99 will be applicable to the first 20 tablets sold at each of their stores. In addition to this, the first 100 customers can avail of the discounted slate online at the reduced price. After that, the price will shoot up to $199 as long as stocks last.

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Dell Venue 8 Pro is an 8-inch tablet that runs on Windows 8.1. It is sleek, slim, compact and comes powered with Intel Atom Z3740D (1.8GHz) quad-core processor. The device has a 1,280-by-800 resolution with 2GB of RAM and 32 GB on board storage. Venue 8 Pro from Dell is one of the cheapest tablets available that includes the full windows 8.1 version instead of the RT version.

Making 20 tablets available at each store makes it around a total of 1600 tablets being sold at a discounted rate. Microsoft seems to be taking full advantage of the holiday season to boost sales with discounted offers.

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Although Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, you still have the ‘12 days of deals’ by Microsoft to look forward to. Microsoft has not provided details about what deals are in store for us but we expect some cool offers on mobile phones, Xbox accessories and other products.

The offer of Dell Venue 8 Pro is a pretty impressive deal we must say! Have you decided to queue up at the store to grab the tablet? Are you excited about the 12 days deal? Do let us know your views in the comments section provided below.

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  1. Wilbur  December 9, 2013 at 7:49 pm - Reply

    Do your homework. There were no $99 tablets on line. Site crashed and in the middle of an order, the priced changed from 99 to 199 to 299. It was an incredible scam that cost Microsoft good will and customers. Check out their Facebook page if you want the facts instead of their spin.

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