Discounted Windows 8.1 Tablet Comes with Free Office 365, 1TB OneDrive Michael Kwan December 8, 2014 You might look at the Toshiba Encore Mini WT7-C16MS Signature Edition tablet and dismiss it at just another cheap Windows 8.1 tablet that’s trying to compete against cheap Android tablets. Then, you take a look at what Microsoft is offering today only as part of its 12 Days of Deals and suddenly this inexpensive tablet has gotten a heck of a lot more compelling. In addition to discounting this Toshiba Windows 8.1 tablet by a cool forty bucks, Microsoft is adding in a free 16GB microSD card ($19.99 value), as well as a one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal (a $70 value). Remember that the Office subscription also comes with 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage, as well as 60 Skype world minutes each month to over 60 countries. Even if you’re not terribly interested in the tablet itself, you can consider the hardware as the free bonus if you were considering OneDrive or Office 365 in the first place. As far as the Toshiba Encore Mini itself is concerned, you get a 7-inch WSVGA touchscreen, 16GB SSD storage, 1GB DDR3-1333 RAM, 802.11n with Miracast, and dual cameras. And since this Windows 8.1 tablet is getting the Signature Edition treatment from Microsoft, it means that you get no junkware, no bloatware and no 3rd party trialware. The assumption is that this deal–which lets you get the Toshiba tablet with the bonuses for just $79–will run into midnight tonight, though it may remain available until tomorrow’s deal at 8am when you can get $50 off an unlocked dual-SIM BLU Win HD phone. Check out the Microsoft 12 Days of Deals page for more details. Share This With The World!