Microsoft goes out and launches their Red Stripe deals on a weekly basis, and users of Windows Phone, PCs, and tablets benefit from great savings. On Friday, Microsoft updated this weeks selection, plus debuted a new limited edition Master Chief Halo mouse as well.
As we’ve talked about for weeks, users can get tremendous deals from the Microsoft Red Stripe Deals, and get bargains on top apps. This weeks selections continue the trend, but also introduce a new wireless mobile mouse that will make gamers happy as well.
Latest Red Stripe Deals
This weeks deals focus savings of up to 50 percent, and feature one of the hottest games on the market. In “Mystery Case Files: Return To Ravenhurst”, the game has a ton of interactive features and a soundtrack that will keep you glued to it. It’s been price cut for Windows Phone and Windows at 99 cents and $2.49 respectively.
The other deals this week range from photo apps, to various games and apps. This weeks deals include Rabbids Big Bang, Farming Simulator 14, SuperPhoto, Dictaphone, Motorbike, Jack of Tools Pro, and Yoga Guide. All of these apps are available from the Windows Store and Windows Phone store during the sale.
New Wireless Master Chief Mouse
For Halo fans on Friday, Microsoft announced the release of its latest mouse hardware, and its focused after Halo fans. The new Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Halo Limited Edition: The Master Chief mouse features the Master Chief in his full outfit. It has his powered assault armor and hued visor as well.
The mobile mouse has a ambidextrous design, a snap-in nano transceiver, a 2.4 GHz wireless technology for wireless use, a two color battery light indicator, and allows users to use it on any surface, thanks to the built in BlueTrack technology. Microsoft isn’t selling it directly though, and is partnering with GameStop in the US to release it. It will be available in October 2014 at Microsoft Stores for those who love Halo, and who want a great new Master Chief Microsoft Mouse.
The Red Stripe Deals this week are stunning. Plus a new mouse to please those looking for a new toy from Microsoft.
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