Windows 10: Microsoft offers to PAY YOU to trade in for a Windows 10 device

  1.    19 Oct 2015 #1

    Microsoft offers to PAY YOU to trade in for a Windows 10 device


    Microsoft offers to PAY YOU to trade in your old computer for a Windows 10 device

    And yes, Stateside fanbois – your Apple gear is worth more


    ...If a customer is willing to shell out at least £499 on a PC running Redmond's latest operating system, then the company said it would stump up £100 to encourage holdouts to upgrade.

    The cashback offer falls to £50 for Windows 10 devices in the £349 to £498.99 price range, and drops to £30 for new PCs carrying a price tag of between £249 to £348.99, Microsoft said.


    ...Windows 10 device purchasers who cough up more than $599 can trade in a laptop and receive $200 from Microsoft. But, amusingly, fanbois who pay the same price for a Windows 10 device can swap out their MacBook for $300.

    Yup, it's official, Microsoft sees more value in Apple gear
    Microsoft offers to PAY YOU to trade in your old computer for a Windows 10 device
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  2.    19 Oct 2015 #1

    temped to try trade my old (but fully functional) Linux box
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  3.    19 Oct 2015 #2

    I'll hold on to my iMac at the present (especially since it is the newest model. . .:)
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