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Microsoft really wants folks to trade in their MacBook Airs

It looks as though Microsoft isn’t only being generous today when its comes to its OneDrive cloud storage service; the company also announced today that it will give [up to] $650 of store credit to Apple customers that trade in a working MacBook Air for a Surface Pro 3 at a Microsoft retail store.
 
Microsoft, however, doesn’t specify which MacBook Air models are included in the promotion or what is required to get the maximum store credit amount of $650. The terms and conditions, however, do state:
 
To be eligible for trade-in, device must power on to be considered working. Water-damaged devices and devices with cracked screens are not considered working devices for purposes of this offer. Trade-in value may vary. Condition, documentation and accessories may affect value Customer is responsible for removing any data from trade-in product before providing the product for evaluation.
 
During its official unveil, Microsoft spent a lot time comparing the Surface Pro 3 to the MacBook Air, so it’s nice to see the company putting its money where its mouth is.

 
The Surface Pro 3 starts at $799 and in its base configuration comes equipped with a 12.5” (2160x1440) display, Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 64GB SSD.

Sources: Microsoft, ZDNet





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