Shoppers who missed out on Black Friday still have at least one more day to enjoy big savings on products, especially tech gadgets. And while Best Buy’s Cyber Monday deals, as shown on its recently released ad, aren’t as exciting as its Black Friday deals, you’ll still have more than enough to choose from when it comes to popular mobile gadgets, laptops, and other tech items.
Best Buy has lightened up on its iPad deals for Cyber Monday, but you can still save $50 off the price of the first-generation iPad Air. Other than that, the deals are largely limited to budget tablets like the 7-inch DigiLand Android tablet, which costs $39.99, and the Insignia 10-inch Android tablet, which comes straight to us from Best Buy itself and costs just $129.99, a dirt-cheap price on a tablet that large. And while it’s more of a hybrid device than a pure tablet, Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 configuration with Intel Core i3 processor and 128GB storage is selling for only $699.99.
While we’re still in the 2-in-1 tablet category the Surface is a part of, you can also save some money on devices like the 11.6-inch Toshiba Satellite Radius, which comes with an Intel Pentium processor, 4GB RAM, and a 500GB hard drive – that’s only going to cost you $399.99. The HP Pavilion X2 10 is also discounted, with the 32GB version selling for $229.99, and the 64GB version costing $279.99. Both variants are powered by an Intel Atom processor and run on Windows 10.
2-in-1 laptop deals include a Dell laptop with 13.3-inch Full HD display, Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB SSD for $649.99, an Acer sporting a 14-inch Full HD display, Intel Core i5/8GB RAM power, and a 256GB SSD, also for the same price. And if you’re willing to pay more than that, Dell has another 2-in-1 laptop with 15.6-inch, 4K display, Intel Core i7 CPU, 8GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive – this configuration costs $929.99, and is probably best recommended for so-called “power users.”
Apple’s MacBook line of laptops is also part of Best Buy’s Cyber Monday push, as some configurations can be purchased for $100 less than full retail, but the retailer somehow doesn’t mention which models are discounted on its advertisement. That also applies to its iMac all-in-one line. You may, however, want to check out the retailer’s traditional Windows laptop and desktop deals.
These Windows laptop specials include a 15.6-inch Lenovo configuration with AMD A8 chip, 8GB RAM, and a 1TB hard drive ($299.99), a Toshiba config with 15.6-inch display, Intel Core i3 chip, 6GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive ($369.99), and a 13.3-inch Asus touchscreen laptop with Core i3 processor, 6GB RAM, and 500GB hard drive ($499.99).
Finally, in the Windows desktop category, Best Buy’s Cyber Monday ad shows products such as an HP all-in-one with 23-inch touchscreen monitor, Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive. That will set you back by $649.99. Alternately, you can opt for a Lenovo desktop with 23.8-inch touchscreen, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive. This option will cost you $999.99 despite having similar specs to the former desktop, save for the more powerful CPU.