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It's never too early to start looking for the best Black Friday 2018 laptop deals, especially now that we're in November, and the day itself (and Cyber Monday) are now only a few weeks away.
Black Friday itself is on Friday 23 November, however, some retailers are already dropping their prices in preparation for the big day. Currys PC World has announced its early deals, which include some great pre-Black Friday laptop deals.
We're seeing a steady stream of early Black Friday deals now (including some brilliant deals from Dell), so we're constantly updating this article to bring you the very best deals we've found so far.
Black Friday laptop deals: Quick links
Jump to Black Friday deals by retailer:
- Amazon.co.uk - Black Friday deals
- Argos.co.uk - Deals start this weekend
- Very.co.uk - Black Friday deals
- John Lewis - Deals start next week
- AO.com - Black Friday homepage
- Currys - Black Friday deals
The best early Black Friday laptop deals
Amazon has also started offering some pre-Black Friday deals, and has cut the price of some brilliant Chromebooks. We've highlighted these deals below.
As well as showing the best early Black Friday laptop deals, we'll also show you how you can make sure you get the best laptops for the best prices this Black Friday, with tips on what you need to look out for when buying a new laptop on Black Friday, as well as some educated guesses on what kind of deals we're likely to see.
Lenovo Ideapad 120S
£219.98 £149.98 at Ebuyer
If you're looking for a budget laptop for browsing the web and working on documents - but not much else - then this is worth looking into, especially with a £70 price cut. It's fine for simple tasks with a Pentium N4200 processor and 14-inch display.
Lenovo IdeaPad 330S laptop and bag
£349.99 £279.99 at Argos
If you're looking for a budget laptop and don't need it to be very powerful, then this is a good deal that knocks 20% off the normal price, and includes a bag as well. The Pentium processor and 4GB of RAM means this isn't a powerful laptop, but fine for web browsing, media watching and office work.View Deal
Lenovo Ideapad 330S
£419 £279 at Currys
Currys has taken £140 off the price of this good all-rounder that can handle day-to-day tasks like browsing the web and working on documents. Comes with an AMD A9-9425 processor, 4GB RAM and a speedy 128GB SSD.
Asus Vivobook X540LA 15.6-inch laptop
£349 £299 at AO.com
If you don't mind a slightly older machine, then this is quite good value. It comes with a 5th gen Core i3 processor, 1TB hard drive and (you've guessed it) 4GB of RAM. Only to be used for web browsing and light work.
HP 250 G6 i3 Laptop 4WU14ES
£399.99 £299.98 at Ebuyer
Save even more money (£100) by going for this slightly less powerful version of the HP 250 G6, which comes with a Core i3 processor. Again, this is a fine laptop for simple day-to-day tasks.
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Core i3
£419 £299.99 at Amazon
If you're looking for a cheap laptop that can handle light tasks, then this deal, which knocks £119 off the price, is worth looking into. Comes with an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB RAM and 1TB hard drive.View Deal
HP 15.6-inch Intel Core i3 laptop
£549 £329 at Currys
This Windows 10 laptop would be a great choice for working on the move. Its specifications are impressive for the price - particularly its huge 1TB hard drive. The 4GB RAM is a little stingy, but you can easily upgrade it.
HP 15.6-inch Intel Core i3 laptop
£549 £329 at Currys
If you don't need a super-powerful laptop, then this 15.6-inch HP laptop is a good choice. It comes with a Core i3 processor, which is enough for day-to-day tasks, plus 4GB of RAM. Essentially the same as the laptop above, but in Pale Gold colour.
HP 250 G6 4WU13ES
£399.99 £349.97 at Ebuyer
Here's another decent budget laptop that manages day-to-day tasks, as long as you don't expect too much from it. A 7th gen Intel Core i5 powers it, and it comes with a 15.6-inch screen, 500GB hard drive and Windows 10 Home.
Lenovo Ideapad 330-15ARR
£519 £379 at Currys
This is a really great price for a brilliant laptop. It's similar to the Ideapad 330S above, but it comes with a much better processor, the AMD Ryzen 3, and 8GB of RAM. Storage is also huge with 2TB of the stuff, and there's £140 off!
HP 15.6-inch Intel Core i5 laptop
£599 £399 at Currys
If you need something with a little more power, this is pretty much the same model as above but with a speedier processor and an additional 16GB Intel Optane memory for faster boot times. There's £200 off before Black Friday even starts.
Acer Aspire 3 A315-53 15-inch laptop
£499 £399 at AO.com
AO.com has released some early Black Friday laptop deals, including this decent Acer laptop with a 7th gen Core i5 processor and 1TB hard drive. It only has 4GB of RAM, though.
Inspiron 15 5000 Intel Core i3
£498.99 £421.52 at Dell
This early Black Friday deal from Dell cuts £77 off the asking price of this 15.6-inch laptop. It comes with an 8th generation Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of RAM and 1TB hard drive.View Deal
Lenovo IdeaPad 330S Core i5 8GB RAM
£579.99 £449.99 at Argos
This version of the Lenovo IdeaPad 330S comes with an 8th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD, making it an excellent all-rounder that can handle Windows 10 and various apps with ease. Argos has cut £130 from its price for Black Friday.View Deal
Microsoft Surface Go
£509.99 £449.99 at Amazon
Amazon has cut the price of Microsoft's brilliant tablet/laptop hybrid by £70. Comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD for an impressively low price. It's worth noting that it doesn't come with the Type Cover, however, so you'll need to buy that separately if you want a keyboard.View Deal
HP 15.6-inch Intel Core i7 laptop
£699 £499 at Currys
Currys has taken £200 off the asking price of this Intel Core i7-toting laptop, that comes with 4GB RAM, 16GB Intel Optane memory, 1TB hard drive and a full HD display.
Medion Akoya S3409 Core i3 4GB RAM
£599.99 £499.99 at Very
Medion's Akoya range are budget laptops that lack frills, but come at compelling prices, especial when deals like this, which cuts £100 from the already-low price, come around. It's got a 7th gen Core i3 processor and only 4GB of RAM, so don't expect amazing performance, but it'll do the job for most day-to-day tasks, and its got an impressively-thin design as well.View Deal
Inspiron 15 5000 Intel Core i7
£818.98 £679.14 at Dell
If you want a more powerful version of the above, then this configuration boosts the processor to an 8th gen Core i7 and includes a 128GB SSD as well for increased speed. A huge £139.84 has been knocked off the price as well.View Deal
Inspiron 15 7000 Intel Core i7
£868.99 £747.12 at Dell
This is a great deal that knocks £121 off the price of the Inspiron 15 7000 that comes with an 8th generation Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics card, which is fine for casual and indie games.View Deal
Huawei MateBook X Pro 13.9-inch, 256GB
£1,299.99 £1,199.99 at Amazon
This fantastic laptop comes with a 3K touchscreen, 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics card. This version features a 256GB solid state drive.
Huawei MateBook X Pro 13.9-inch, 512GB
£1,499.99 £1,399.99 at Amazon
If you want some more storage space, then this is the same model as the one above, but with a 512GB solid state drive, again for £100 less in this brilliant early Black Friday deal.
Inspiron 14 5000 14-inch
£968.98 £806.64 at Dell
Dell has cut the price of this powerful 14-inch laptop by £162. It comes with a 1080p screen, 16GB of RAM, 8th gen Intel Core i7 processor and a speedy 512GB solid state drive.View Deal
Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1
£1,068 £891.64 at Dell
This versatile 13-inch laptop can be flipped into tablet mode, and packs some impressive components including a Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and 256GB SSD. A hefty £177 discount drops this below £1,000.View Deal
Dell XPS 13 2018
£1,218.98 £1,019.14 at Dell
Dell's XPS 13 is one of the best laptops ever made, and it's had a huge £199.84 taken from it's price tag. It comes with a Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. View Deal
Dell XPS 15 2018
£2,318.98 £1,954.14 at Dell
If you're after one of Dell's brilliantly powerful XPS 15 machines, then this is an amazing early Black Friday deal, with a saving of £364.84 for the laptop with an i7 processor, 32GB of RAM and 1TB SSD. View Deal
£999 £699 at Currys
This Pixelbook comes loaded with 8GB of RAM, a 128GB hard drive, a quad HD display and an i5 processor. We're surprised to see such a big discount, as we thought the previous best price of £799 would be as good as it got for some time. It's also available to at the BT Shop if this deal sells out.
Asus C101PA-FS002 Chromebook Flip
£349.99 £269.95 at Amazon
The Asus Chromebook Flip is one of the best Chromebooks in our view, and Amazon has cut the price by £80. It features some great specifications for a Chromebook, including 4GB RAM and a design that allows it to be used as a tablet. This deal ends at 11:59pm November 28.View Deal
HP 11-v001na 11.6" Chromebook £179 at AO.com
This is a good deal for an excellent little Chromebook. Chromebooks are less powerful than Windows machines, but as ChromeOS is lighter, they don't need the extra firepower.View Deal
Acer Nitro 5
£749.99 £649 at Currys
This brilliant affordable gaming laptop strikes a good balance between price and power, with an 8th gen Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive and GTX 1050 4GB graphics card. It's enough to play modern games at medium settings, and has had a £100.99 price cut.
Dell G3 15 Gaming Laptop
£778.99 £685.51 at Dell
This deal saves £93.48 on this good mid-range gaming laptop from Dell with an 8th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 15.6-inch screen and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card.View Deal
Asus FX504 Core i5 8GB RAM GTX 1050
£799.99 £699.99 at Argos
This is a decent mid-range gaming PC that comes with an 8th gen Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a GTX 1050 graphics card, which will handle most modern games, though you may need to lower the graphical settings on some of them. Argos has cut the price by £100.View Deal
Medion P6689 Core i5 8GB RAM GTX 1050
£749.99 £699.99 at Argos
This decent budget gaming laptop has had £50 knocked off its price. It comes with an 8th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card, which is fine for most games.View Deal
Medion Erazer P6689 Core i7 8GB RAM GTX 1050
£839.99 £749.99 at Argos
This mid-range gaming laptop from Medion has had £90 cut from its price. The specs are decent with an Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive and a 4GB GeForce GTX 1050 graphics, which is fine for online and casual games.View Deal
MSI GF62 15.6-inch gaming laptop
£999.99 £799 at Currys
This deal knocks £200 off the asking price of this decent gaming laptop. Comes with an 8th gen Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive and 128GB SSD. The graphics card (a GTX 1050 Ti) isn't the most powerful, but it'll handle modern games at medium to high settings.
Medion Erazer P7651 Core i7 8GB RAM GTX 1050
£999.99 £849.99 at Very
This is a decent mid-ranger with a 17.3-inch full HD display, along with an 8th gen Core i7 processor, 8GB RAM and GTX 1050 graphics card, all for £150 less than usual.View Deal
Medion Erazer X6805 Core i7 8GB RAM GTX 1060
£1249.99 £1049.99 at Very
Medion often make good performing gaming laptops that are a fair bit cheaper than its competitors. This one comes with an 8th gen Core i7 6-core processor, 8GB RAM and a GTX 1060 6GB, which will handle pretty much any modern game on its 1080p 15.6-inch screen. Plus, it's had a price cut of £200.View Deal
Acer Predator Helios 300
£1,299.99 £1,199 at Currys
Save £100 off this gorgeously-designed gaming laptop from Acer, which packs an 8th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, 256GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card and a 144Hz 1080p display.
Asus FX504GM 15.6 gaming laptop
£1,399.99 £1,199.99 at Amazon
This is a good gaming laptop deal from Amazon that cuts £200 from the usual price. You get an 8th generation Core i7 processor, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB graphics card and a 120 Hz 15.6-inch display for silky-smooth gameplay.View Deal
Medion Erazer X7859 Core i7 16GB RAM GTX 1060
£1399.99 £1249.99 at Very
This is another good gaming laptop from Medion that offers an impressive level of power considering its price. It features a 17.6-inch G-Sync display, 6-core Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, a GTX 1060 6GB graphics card, 1TB hard drive and 256GB SSD, all for £150 less than usual.View Deal
Dell G5 15 Gaming Laptop
£1,498.99 £1,274 at Dell
If you want a powerful laptop then this deal, which cuts £224.85 from the price. It comes with a mighty 6-core Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 4K display and GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card.View Deal
Asus ROG Strix
£1,599.99 £1,499 at Currys
Here's another brilliant Asus gaming laptop. It's not as powerful (you get a GTX 1060 6GB graphics card, and the screen isn't a high refresh rate model), but it's perfectly capable of modern gaming, and it's more affordable too, especially with this £100 price cut.
MSI Raider RGB GE63
£1,899.99 £1,799 at Currys
This is another high-end gaming laptop that's had a price reduction. For £100 less than usual, you get an 8th gen Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, 256GB SSD and a GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card. At 15.6 inches this is a more portable powerhouse.
Asus ROG Strix GL703GS
£1,999.99 £1,869 at Currys
This is a seriously impressive gaming laptop from the experts at Asus, with an 8th gen Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, 512GB SSD, 144Hz screen and a beefy Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB graphics card. It's pricey, but Currys has knocked £130 off.
Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501GI
£2,799 £2,699 at Currys
The ROG Zephyrus is one of the best gaming laptops ever made, packing a huge amount of power (including a Core i7 processor and Nvidia GTX 1080 8GB graphics card) into a seriously slim design. This is a very premium laptop with a price to match, but Currys has knocked £100 off.
How to get the best laptop deals on Black Friday/Cyber Monday
In the run up to Black Friday 2018, we'll show you how you can ensure you get the best laptop for your needs for the best price.
One thing to bear in mind is that with so many Black Friday laptop deals going live, there's going to be a huge amount of jargon swirling around, and while some laptops might seem like a steal, they may be old, under-powered, laptops that will end up falling short of your needs.
To avoid this, follow our advice below to help you make an informed decision and bag yourself a brilliant laptop deal on Black Friday 2018.
The features to look out for
So, what exactly should you be looking for when you’re purchasing a laptop on Black Friday?
First off, consider the brand name. Something like the Surface Book from Microsoft itself is a very expensive option and there are many other, cheaper 2-in-1 laptops to be found by shopping around.
On the other hand, you don’t want to leap into the dark with a brand name you neither know nor trust simply because it’s offering a cheap piece of hardware.
For long-term satisfaction, quality and tech support you should buy from an established PC manufacturer whose brand you’ll recognise such as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, or indeed Microsoft.
If you want to dig a little deeper into the individual brands and the models they sell, our extensive library of laptop reviews is a good resource, as is our constantly-updated list of the best laptops.
It's also worth researching the websites you're buying from – many websites will have customer reviews, so you can avoid stores that take a long time to send out goods. Be careful to avoid any websites you're not too sure about buying from as well – if in doubt, shop elsewhere.
Sizing things up
First of all, you need to consider the overall size of the machine you’re buying. The most common sizes are 13-inch, 14-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch laptop? (There are also slightly smaller and larger laptops out there, but you’re less likely to come across those).
Smaller notebooks tend to not only be more portable but cheaper too. Larger laptops on the other hand will offer a bigger screen and, because there’s more space inside, you’re more likely to find more powerful components and a bigger battery.
If you’re looking for something to take on the go a lot, you’ll want to opt for a more compact notebook which is light (less than 2kg, ideally less than 1.5kg).
Check the specs
Taking a careful look at the specifications of the laptop before you buy can give you a very good idea of if the deal is any good. If the specifications point to an old or weak laptop, then the deal may not be as good as you first thought, unless it is incredibly cheap!
On the other hand, if the specifications point towards a powerful laptop that comes with features you'll rarely - if ever - use, then you may be better off saving your money and looking elsewhere.
As far as performance is concerned, the most important thing to consider is the core components inside the machine. That’s your processor, system memory, storage and – to a lesser extent – the graphics subsystem.
When it comes to the processor, most of the CPUs you’ll come across will be made by Intel. While the Core i5 is a decently powerful model, the Core i7 is the top-end choice.
Most people won’t need the kind of power the i7 offers unless they’re particularly into gaming, video editing or other heavy-duty tasks so the i5 is a good mid-range option. There’s also the entry-level Core i3 and if you’re looking for a budget machine that you don’t intend to use for anything more taxing than browsing the internet or writing up documents.
Very slim laptops are likely to sport a Y model processor as they can run without a fan to cool them. The trade-off here is that they don’t perform quite as well – an example is the Core m3-7Y30. Note that the Y series chips feature ‘Core m’ models (m3/m5/m7), which you can simply think of as another way of labelling these as slower CPUs.
Intel Atom processors are generally found in the truly cheap portables and, unsurprisingly, don’t run particularly smoothly. If you’re only planning to use the laptop for basic web surfing you’ll manage okay but this isn’t a limitation that will appeal to the majority of users.
Intel isn’t, of course, you’re only option – you could always opt for an AMD APU, an Accelerated Processing unit which has a CPU and a GPU (graphics accelerator) on the same chip. A growing number of laptops are coming with AMD hardware, which gives you more options and can generally be found for slightly less than Intel-toting devices while offering similar levels of performance.
The next thing to consider is system RAM. Ideally, you want 4GB, though 8GB is the preferable option for future-proofing and any kind of gaming. Some cheaper laptops still run with 2GB of RAM but these days that really isn’t enough to run Windows 10 well even though it’s technically within the system requirements for the OS.
Sometimes the speed of the RAM is quoted in MHz but don’t worry about that too much; it’s the quantity that’s the more important factor in terms of performance.
These days, you’ll find that many laptops use an SSD (solid-state drive) for storage. SSDs offer very responsive performance and you’ll find that apps and programs will load very quickly.
Cheaper models are more likely to have eMMC drives and though these use flash memory just like an SSD, they’re considerably slower.
eMMC is an effective way for laptop manufacturers to cut corners and costs, which is exactly why you’ll often find it in budget laptops.
If you’re looking to save some dough, an eMMC drive is often a compromise worth making, though, as these drives are still faster than traditional hard disks if only slightly.
Traditional hard drives (which you’ll often find referred to as an HDD or hard disk drive) are the slowest medium of storage. Their strength lies in the fact that they usually have far bigger capacity – you can find storage of up to 1TB even in budget hardware.
A speed in RPM may be quoted with a hard drive, and the faster ones run at 7200 RPM, with slower drives pitched at 5400 RPM. The latter may be rather sluggish, as a rule of thumb, but once again, bear in mind that as with SSDs, performance will vary across individual drives.
Reviews are your friend here, so don’t be afraid to Google a particular model and look for an evaluation or two (and again, you can check out TechRadar’s review section).
Graphics and display
Most laptops will have integrated graphics, meaning the GPU is built into the CPU and you’ll usually find that performance is pretty limited as a result. With integrated graphics – referred to as Intel HD Graphics, or Intel Iris, when it comes to Intel processors – you’ll be able to play casual games, but nothing more than that.
This will be fine for the average laptop user but those who want to play some more heavy-duty games will need a discrete GPU – a graphics solution that sits separate from the processor.
As an example, the GeForce MX150 is Nvidia’s current (Pascal-based) entry-level mobile GPU, but you may find you need to fork out for something a little more powerful than that for really good performance. An example of a more powerful GPU would be the GeForce GTX 1060, but it’s worth noting that prices can soar quickly when it comes to powerful GPUs.
As far as screens are concerned: most mid-range laptops will offer a Full HD display as standard, which is a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
However, when you slide down the price spectrum towards more budget models, you’ll still find there are plenty of machines which only offer a resolution of 1366 x 768. Don’t let this put you off, though.
This resolution is actually perfectly fine, especially on smaller screened laptops. Indeed, a lower resolution is often a benefit to a laptop with lower specs as it means there are fewer pixels for the CPU and graphics solution to shift, making things more likely to run smoothly.
This is something gamers might want to remember, too. Though a 4K screen looks and sounds like a great idea, it’ll take a serious toll on your machine’s core components and sometimes it’s worth sacrificing a bit of image quality for a smoother frame rate.
4K displays will also drain your laptop battery much faster and given this is an area where gaming laptops already struggle, you may want to consider what you’re losing to gain 4K.
Know what you want before Black Friday
Before Black Friday, draw up a list of what you want from your laptop, and any models or brands that have caught your eye. This means your deal-hunting can be narrowed down and more successful.
This will also help to stop you spending money on impulse buys which you may regret later – especially if a deal for something you actually do want crops up later, and you've already blown your budget.
Keep the receipts
Make sure you keep hold of your receipts in case you're not happy with any of your purchases and want a refund – it's also worth checking the refund policy of websites before buying on Black Friday.
Some retailers will also offer longer warranties than others, which could be a deciding factor when buying a laptop or MacBook on Black Friday. Having a three or five year warranty on your laptop will give you peace of mind, knowing that if anything goes wrong you'll be covered.
The best Black Friday laptop deals from last year
Lenovo Yoga 910 Convertible Laptop - down to £999.95 (was £1,400)
This brilliant deal showed how much you can save on Black Friday, knocking £400 off the price. It features a Core i7 processor, 8GB RAM 4K screen and 256GB SSD.
Dell XPS 13 - 15% off
Last year's Black Friday had some amazing deals for Dell's laptops, including a hefty 15% off one of the best laptops in the world: the Dell XPS 13.
Microsoft Surface Pro 128GB + Typecover - down to £799 (was £1,099)
Microsoft's excellent Surface Pro tablet saw some brilliant deals on Black Friday, with the best knocking the asking price down by over £250.
Lenovo IdeaPad 320 - down to £389 (was £699)
Last year this 14-inch laptop from the world's biggest laptop brand had £310 cut from its price for the model with an Intel Core i5-7200U CPU, 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD with up to 6 hours battery life.
HP 15-bw089na - down to £499.90 (was £760)
John Lewis cut a huge £260 off of this good all-rounder of a laptop, with an AMD A12 CPU, 8GB of RAM, 256GB hard drive, 15.6-inch 1080p screen and a year's subscription to Office 365.
Best laptop deals predictions for 2018
We've been covering the best laptop deals on Black Friday for long enough now that we can come up with some decent predictions for Black Friday 2018.
Big name brands like Dell, Lenovo and HP should all see price cuts to their range of laptops, both budget and high-end. Last year, Dell's XPS 13 and XPS 15 laptops saw generous price cuts, and we hope to see similar cuts this year. They are two of the best laptops money can buy, so if you find those two getting discounted on Black Friday, definitely consider buying them.
Price cuts to Microsoft's excellent range of Surface devices are also a common sight on Black Friday. Microsoft just announced the Surface Pro 6, and while Black Friday will be too soon for that new device to see price cuts, it means that its predecessor, the Surface Pro 2017, has a good chance of seeing some decent price cuts. Keep an eye out for the budget Surface Go as well, we think Microsoft will make some prices cuts there as well.
But, what about Apple? Apple's MacBook laptops don't often get major price cuts, but in recent Black Friday events we've seen some good price cuts emerging from retailers like Currys PC World and John Lewis. If you don't mind getting slightly older MacBook hardware from a year or so ago, then you should be able to bag yourself a neat MacBook deal on Black Friday.
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Stick with TechRadar to get the best Black Friday deals
On Black Friday (and Cyber Monday), the day itself can be a bit overwhelming as so many online retailers vie for your custom. While this means there are very competitive deals to be had, it also unfortunately means there are some deals that aren't as good as they first appear.
That's why you should visit TechRadar to ensure you get the best Black Friday deals. We keep an eye on all of the top retailer's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, and highlight the very best savings on the best laptops.
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