After discounting the Surface RT last month, Microsoft has lopped $100 off the price of its premium Surface Pro tablet in the US.
It's less than the $150 (£100 in the UK) price adjustment on the Surface RT, and for now it only applies to US customers, with no word yet on whether the UK will follow suit.
Chances are it will, as the Surface RT discount ended up being a global price cut. But with the Surface Pro having only gone on sale in the UK three months ago (as opposed to February in the US), we might have a bit of a wait.
The price change on the Surface RT led to a huge $900m stock writedown on unsold inventory, but with the Surface Pro proving more popular with both reviewers and customers, and the discount being smaller, it's unlikely to add up to anything like as much in lost sales potential.
For the record, the Surface Pro will now cost $799 for the 64GB model and $899 for the 128GB version.
Microsoft is expected to introduce a new wave of Surface tablets before the end of the year.