Another Black Friday/Cyber Monday period has flown by but there are still savings around for the Lenovo Ideapad 3i. We would recommend this model as a laptop for a casual user or even as a school laptop for a child. Its specs are respectable and for the price, you're getting a heap of great features. We're still keeping an eye out for lucrative post-Cyber Monday deals, but they'll be gone before you know it so be quick.
You can save a whole $280 today on this Lenovo Ideapad 3i 15.6-inch laptop, previously priced at $629.99. The laptop is equipped with Intel Iris Xe Graphics and its Full HD screen has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, which means it's perfectly capable for casual gaming and playing media content. You can even do some photo and video editing on it. Its screen is a touch screen and the keyboard is not backlit. Windows 11 Home edition in S mode is the operating system that comes as standard for added security and responsiveness. Lenovo also offers a one year warranty both for parts and labor.
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Today's best Lenovo Ideapad 3i 15.6-inch Laptop deals
Lenovo Ideapad 3i 15.6-inch laptop: was
$629.99 now $349.99 at Amazon
This is an efficient laptop that brings a lot for the price and that makes it a great starter laptop, for example for school. It starts up quickly and stays quiet while you carry out your work, and runs with Windows 11 Home in S mode. As well as this, it has a 15.6-inch Full HD touch screen, HDMI output, and built-in webcam with a privacy shutter to enhance user experience.
The Lenovo Ideapad 3i has an 11th Generation Intel Core i5 processor equipped with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage – that's some pretty punchy processing power and memory. It's very portable, weighing in at 3.74 lbs, starts up quickly, makes little to no noise, and has reduced heat production. It measures at just 0.78 inches thin, but remember, it is 15.6 inches wide, so you may need a bigger back area-wise. In terms of battery life, Lenovo claims that it'll keep going for up to 12 hours, so it'll stay charged during the course of the school day.
Along with a price that'll cheer up your bank account (hopefully), it has a built-in webcam with 720p and a privacy shutter, and a dual array microphone. Again, it is a little odd that there's a touch screen and no backlit keyboard, but I guess we can't always have it all.
Best Buy is also throwing in one month of Xbox Game Pass for free, with an additional three free months when you activate your laptop. You can see more of our Cyber Monday laptop deal picks that are still live if you don't think this is the laptop for you. Otherwise, if you're not in the US, then here are the best Lenovo Ideapad 3i 15.6-inch laptop deals where you are:
More of today's best post-Cyber Monday deals
- Amazon: up to 62% off tech and gifts
- AO: up to 40% off vacuums, appliances, and tech
- Argos: early deals live now - up to 50% off toys and tech
- Boots: up to 40% off 1,000s of beauty products
- Currys: up to 40% off TVs, air fryers, laptops and more
- Ebuyer: up to 45% off laptops and PC components
- John Lewis: up to 40% off appliances, TVs, laptops
- Jessops: up to £550 off Sony, Canon, Nikon, and Fujifilm
- O2: up to £600 off iPhone, Samsung and Google
- Samsung: up to £600 off TVs, phones and appliances
- Superdrug: 60% off beauty, fragrances and makeup
- Very: discounts on tech, appliances, furniture and beauty
- Vodafone: six months half-price SIMs from £11.50
- See all of TechRadar's Cyber Monday coverage
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