On the hunt for a shiny new laptop among the wave of Cyber Week deals that crashed ashore yesterday? There second day of Cyber Week has unfortunately ended, but you’ve still got some time to score and save big. From traditional clamshell laptops to MacOS machines and even 2-in-1 convertibles, there are quite a few remaining Cyber Week laptop deals still on the table at pretty much all the major online outlets, with new ones coming in as we speak.
We’re actively combing through all the major online stores to round up all of the best Cyber Week laptop deals and extended Cyber Week bargains from brands like Apple, Lenovo, Acer, Asus, Dell, and HP as soon as they pop up so that you can grab a new laptop on the cheap and keep some money in your pocket. If you’re after something with a bit more muscle, we’ve also got you covered with these still-ongoing Cyber Week gaming laptop deals that can help you get your game on.
Shop sales by brand:
The Lenovo Cyber Week sale is in full swing, and we’ve already picked out the best deals:
You can browse the full HP sale below, especially if you’re looking for some of the best Chromebook deals for Cyber Week.
Microsoft has some of the best work laptops and 2-in-1s available in its Surface lineup. We’ve gathered the best remaining Cyber Week Surface deals available now, including a great discount on the Surface laptop 3.
Until relatively recently, your biggest question when shopping around for a new computer (at least after you had nailed down your preferred price range) was probably “Windows or Mac?” But with cutting-edge designs like touchscreen laptops and fold-flat 2-in-1 hybrids taking over the PC market today, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the myriad choices when shopping for one of these machines. Don’t sweat it, though: We’re here to give you some help — as well as to save you some money as you navigate through this shopping season.
Your first step should be to peruse our laptop buying guide, which can help you narrow down what particular style of laptop is a fit for your needs, wants, and budget; then, go ahead and go through all the hottest Cyber Week laptop deals we’ve listed above. We have made sure that our picks cover a wide spectrum of gaming laptops, 2-in-1 ultrabooks, MacBooks, Chromebooks, and sub-$500 Windows budget laptops. From there, head over to our list of the best laptops to see the specific models that are topping the charts right now.
The answer to this question really depends on what your needs are and what sort of laptop you want to buy. If you just need a device for reading web pages and writing emails, a Chromebook may be your best bet, and you can get one for as little as $200 or $300. If you want rock-solid build quality and a laptop that will last you years to come, go for a MacBook or a Dell XPS. For these, you’re looking at the $1,000 region or above. And if gaming is your thing, prices will push up to the $1,500 to $2,000 range.
As you can see, there is a lot of variance here, so knowing what you need is the most important step. Once you know the general area you are aiming for, it is time to drill down into the specifics. High-end components like a beefy graphics card or a 4K display will push the price up, but you can save some money if you don’t think you need them. Finally, be sure to check out our laptop reviews and our thoughts on the best laptops you can buy in 2020. These articles will give you a good sense of what you get for your money.
With so many Cyber Week laptop deals and other Cyber Week discounts floating around, there are undoubtedly plenty that are not as good as they first appear. Some retailers use Cyber Week as an opportunity to sell off old and outdated stock, meaning some deep discounts may not be as tempting as they first appear. Whenever you find a deal you are interested in, make sure you read reviews and check the specs to ensure you get something you actually need, not just something that has a good-looking price.
As well as that, you have to be careful of the high-pressure tactics some shops use. You might see things like a countdown timer or a warning that other people are looking at the item you are interested in. Don’t be fazed — if a deal is not right for you, the number of people thinking of buying it is irrelevant. Don’t be pushed into a sale; instead, take your time and do your research. You will be much happier with your purchase that way.
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