With Black Friday practically live, there’s a ton of great deals and offers to choose from especially when it comes to electronics, smart devices and computers, for example. Speaking of the latter, you might be looking around for a new addition or upgrade to your personal computing setup, and whether it’s for work or for play, we’ve prepared a list of great deals for you. Check ’em out below!
Apple’s M-series chips are no doubt one of the most impressive processors that we’ve seen on modern laptops, and the M2-powered MacBook Air is a great choice for buyers who want all the power alongside portability. The M2 MacBook Air comes with a compact but sharp 13.6-inch display, and a minimum of 8GB of RAM alongside 256GB of onboard storage. It’s currently on sale right now with up to 14% off from its retail price, although you can get the larger 15-inch version for up to 15% off.
If you’re after something on the more “Google-y” side of things, then the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook Plus (that’s quite a mouthful) might be more up your alley. It comes with a hinge that’s designed to let you use the computer either as a traditional laptop, or in a tablet form factor with the built-in touchscreen, with access to all the essential Google apps and services. It’s on sale now for up to 24% off.
Looking for something a bit more catered towards high-end gaming performance? Then you might want to check out the ASUS TUF gaming laptop, a 15.6-inch monster powered by Intel’s Core i7 processor alongside an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 inside, which should be more than enough to handle most games that you throw at it. It’s on sale right now for 30%.
Now’s also a good chance to look into expanding your desktop gaming setup, thanks to a ton of great Black Friday deals on gaming monitors. With that said, Alienware’s 34-inch curved OLED gaming monitor is on sale right now for up to 20% off. It comes with HDMI and USB connectivity, AMD FreeSync Premium, and 165Hz support.
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