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Xbox One S drops to its lowest ever price for Black Friday

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Microsoft is unveiling its Black Friday discounts today, and there’s a number of deals if you’re interested in an Xbox, Windows laptop, or a Windows Mixed Reality headset. Microsoft is discounting the Xbox One S 500GB model down to just $189 with a free game. That’s $10 cheaper than Sony’s 1TB PS4 Slim deal (without a game), which isn’t a big gap but Microsoft’s console does include a 4K Blu-ray player if you’re interested in watching movies. Other deals include $50 off 1TB and 500GB Xbox One S bundles, and discounts on some Xbox games, accessories, and Xbox Live subscriptions.

The new Surface Pro is also receiving some discounts for Black Friday. Microsoft is offering $329 off the Surface Pro i5 256GB and $229 off the Surface Pro i5 128GB, and both are bundled with a black Type Cover keyboard. If you purchase a Surface Laptop (either i5 256GB or i7) then Microsoft is bundling the Harman Kardon Invoke Cortana speaker free of charge. Invoke will also be available at a discounted price of $99 between November 23rd and 27th, a great deal for those looking to get Microsoft’s Cortana speaker.

Microsoft’s Surface Pro
Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge

If you’re looking for a regular laptop from HP, Dell, Acer, Asus, or Lenovo then there’s also Black Friday deals available for some models. There’s a discount of $230 on the HP Pavilion 15 x360 or $200 off the HP Laptop 15. Dell’s XPS 13 will be discounted to just $799 (a $500 price cut) and there are a variety of other Black Friday promotions from Lenovo, Acer, and Asus.

Microsoft is also offering HP’s Windows Mixed Reality headset for just $299 ($100 off) alongside a number of bundles for headsets with PCs and laptops. You can check out all of Microsoft’s Black Friday deals right here, and you’ll be able to purchase them all starting next Friday.

Update, 12PM ET: Article updated with Invoke deal.