Potential Microsoft Surface Book 3 prices revealed for both display sizes and multiple configurations
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A tech blogger called Dan S. Charlton has published a screenshot of a retailer listing that could be related to the upcoming Microsoft Surface Book 3. Although the words “Surface Book 3” are not present, the blogger has reasoned that the prices of the “Surface Project T” products and the “Surface Project U” products could be for the Surface Book 3 13 and Surface Book 15, respectively, based on the pricing structure of the previous-generation devices.
Prices for the potential 13.5-inch Surface Book 3, the “Surface Project T”, range from €1,617.60 (€1,957.30 with VAT) all the way up to €2,616.70 (€3,166.21 with VAT), and there are five separate entries, which could indicate at least five different configurations. The US and UK current exchange rates for these figures are from US$1,770/£1,411 (US$2,142/£1,707) to US$2,863/£2,282 (US$3,464/£2,762). These exchange rates are just for the sake of visual comparison, as obviously the actual retail prices in these markets would likely be much different.
As for the “Surface Project U”, which could point to being the upcoming 15-inch version of the Microsoft Surface Book 3, prices start from €2,234.10 (€2,703.26 including VAT) and reach up to €3,441.70 (€4,164.46 including VAT) for these particular items. The US and UK exchange rates are US$2,446/£1,950 (US$2,961/£2,361), and for the highest-priced products they are equivalent to US$3,770/£3,004 (US$4,560/£3,635). There is a total of nine “Surface Project U” items listed, which could mean at least nine Surface Book 3 configurations.
If Charlton’s supposition is correct then it looks like fans of the Microsoft Surface range will soon have a large number of Microsoft Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 devices to choose from. The listings also include accessories, such as a Surface power supply, a Surface USB-C travel hub, and the Microsoft Surface Dock 2 that we recently reported on.