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For sale , Microsoft Surface 3 tablet , 4 gigs memory, 128 gig storage

good  used condition

 

includes

Urban Armor Gear scout case for surface 3

Blue type cover for surface 3

Surface 3 pen

and charger/cable

 

 

Asking $200 Plus actual shipping from Central Indiana, USA 

 

I love the tablet, but had to get an Ipad so I could facetime with my granddaughter !

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For sale , Microsoft Surface 3 tablet , 4 gigs memory, 128 gig storage
good  used condition
 
includes
Urban Armor Gear scout case for surface 3
Blue type cover for surface 3
Surface 3 pen
and charger/cable
 
 
Asking $200 Plus actual shipping from Central Indiana, USA 
 
I love the tablet, but had to get an Ipad so I could facetime with my granddaughter !
Sold !
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