The Best Deals From Microsoft's Mammoth Online Clearance Sale

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Whether you're after a new laptop, gaming console or accessory for your PC, there's something for you at Microsoft's sale on eBay. There's a stack of products available, with some items going for 60% off! Here are the highlights.

In order to snap up the bargains, you'll need to visit Microsoft Ebay Sale. But for the time poor, here are a few of the best deals.

Xbox One S 1TB Fortnite Limited Edition Bundle

Price: $299 (was $399)

The Xbox One S Fortnite Battle Royale Special Edition Bundle includes a gradient purple Xbox One S console, a purple Xbox Wireless Controller and a download of Fortnite Battle Royale.

Microsoft Surface Book 2

Price: $1699 (was $2199)

The Surface Book 2 has powerhouse performance and amazing graphics. A robust laptop, tablet, and portable studio in one. Up to 17 hours of battery, a 13.5” PixelSense Display designed for Pen and touch, Windows 10 Pro and a 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7300U dual-core processor will keep you working anywhere.

Razer Phone 2

Price: $799 (was $1249)

With a 5.7-inch 120 Hz UltraMotion screen, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and 8 GB RAM and 64 GB storage, the Razer Phone 2 boasts dual 12 MP cameras. If you're looking for a smartphone that stands out from the crowd, this could be the one you want.

BOSE QuietComfort 35 II Headphones

Price: $719

With volume-optimised EQ, active noise-cancelling and a built-in button for Google Assistant, the Bose QuietComfort 35 II are pretty much the benchmark when it comes to noise cancelling headphones.

Dell 27 S2718D Ultrathin Monitor

Price: $899 (was $1099)

Whether you’re watching a movie, playing a game, or working on a presentation, enjoy an expansive viewing experience with this 27-inch ultrathin monitor. This monitor is thin which makes it a perfect fit for contemporary workspaces. Dell’s InfinityEdge display and HDR deliver accurate color, contrast, and clarity visuals.

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