Now that Black Friday, the year’s busiest shopping day, has ended, it’s time to bring our attention to Cyber Monday. This is a great time for those who want to snag some good deals but want to avoid the in-store insanity.
If you think that the best deals on laptops, desktops, and PC gears could only be had on Black Friday, you can also score some on Cyber Monday. See the rundown of Cyber Monday deals below.
Amazon: Cyberpower PC Gamer Xtreme GXi980 Desktop ($590)
Thanks to Cyber Monday, you can now have a little PC gaming rig for less than $600. Although it won’t max out your graphics settings, especially at high resolutions, it would work fine for 720p fragging. Not to mention that its features are right for its price.
Amazon: Lenovo IdeaPad U310 ($600)
Although it only earned three stars in PC World’s review, the Lenovo IdeaPad U310 has an excellent trackpad. Moreover, its solid performance makes it worth considering, especially now that it has a $150 discount.
Best Buy: HP 4-1105dx Touchscreen Laptop ($550)
For $500, you can now have a Windows 8 touchscreen laptop. It may not be a tank because it lacks optical drive, but it is still thicker and heavier than most Ultrabooks. Measuring 0.9 inches thick and weighs 4.7 pounds, this touchscreen laptop has 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB hard drive, and three USB ports.
K-Mart: ASUS U46 ($390)
It may not be the most stylish laptop there is, but the ASUS U46 is packed with powerful processor, hefty RAM, and even more storage than your average $400 laptop. If you need an all-purpose laptop at a very affordable price, the ASUS U46 is the right buy for you.
Target: HP Envy 15.6-inch Sleekbook ($520)
Weighing 4.75 pounds and measuring 0.78 inches thick, the Toshiba Sleekbook is a pretty thin and light machine. Its Radeon graphics card provides decent visuals, which gives the laptop some light gaming capabilities. What’s cool about this is that its 9-hour battery life makes it even more portable.
Toshiba Direct: Toshiba 14-inch USB Mobile Monitor ($100 with Coupon Code)
At half the price, users can now have the 14-inch USB mobile monitor from Toshiba. This is ideal for those who have multi-monitor setup at home. In case you suffer screen withdrawal on the road, you can take the extra display with you and power it using your laptop’s USB port. Just remember to use to the promo code “MMBF” at checkout.
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