Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals 2019

Lenovo Black Friday catalog - No excuses not to save

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Nov 6, 2016
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Oh my. I like to stick with FHD but for $129 n4000 cpu laptop. Well, what can I say...

and this stands out for me:
Lenovo Power Bank PB500 (10000 mAh 2 fast charging outputs) $13.49

Edit - apparently the $129 laptop was available on November 4th?? Did anyone see that before or purchase? Next available purchase date is November 28th (1000 units).

Edit 2 - to compare, this laptop is $49.95 and I argue the Lenovo is easily three times more functional.
Last edited by indeals on Nov 13th, 2019 7:33 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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superjett55 wrote: This is US pricing, correct?
CAD, see the terms on the last page, pretty good offers, limit of 5 .
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Nice to see the deals, but need a gaming PC and none are to be had that are worthwhile here.
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Too bad, I was hoping for a good deal on a Yoga C940.
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Can anyone comment on the 129 vs 169 computer. Like which one would be better for document writing, viewing documents and watching videos
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tutulau wrote: What day will be on sale?
Depends what you're looking for but the dates these items go on sale are within the link/magazine OP posted.
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Thanks OP! Fyi there's a Black Friday section on RFD.
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Any deals that jump out? I went through the full catalog and still see nothing even remotely as good as the AMD Flex deal from before
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I've yet to see over the past several years a Lenovo sale that has got me excited by significantly "slashing" prices . They over inflate their reg prices so bad it's ridiculous.
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Feb 8, 2017
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thanks OP. was hoping for the lenovo stylus would be on sale. too cheap to pay $40 on amazon... haha
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wth...a lot of those prices are higher than they have been the past weeks..do they think people are that stupid
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Are any of the laptops around $500 or less any good for photo editing and possibly recording music? For photos I use Lightroom (might switch to darktable) and my desktop computer just died on me.
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Some nice deals.
Thinking about the Ideapad 130S for $129 with 11in 768p display, 2GB ram, 64GB eMMC
or the Lenovo 14W for $169 with 14in 1080p FHD, 4GB ram, 64GB eMMC + 128GB PCIe SD.

For my parents I think the 14W might be better, but 130S would be more portable for travel.
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There isn’t much desktop deals to be had, looking for something that’s under one grand but the selection is tiny compared to all the laptops available.
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indeals wrote: and this stands out for me:
Lenovo Power Bank PB500 (10000 mAh 2 fast charging outputs) $13.49
Nothing spectacular about the power bank itself in terms of performance since the two output ports are 2.1A and 1.0A. Pretty slow for today's standards, but if you don't mind the slower charge, then the price is decent. You can usually catch better deals on Amazon throughout the year for Aukey/Anker brands with similar capacity that either support quick/fast charge and/or USB-C for around $20ish.
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There is a ThinkPad T470 for $699.00

Intel® Core™ i5, 15.6” FHD,
8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

but when you click on the item, it opens an item window with this:

ThinkPad T470
Intel Core i5, 14.0" FHD, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD for $499

When you click the website link provided in the window, you get the following:

https://www.lenovo.com/ca/en/laptops/th ... 20JMS0Q000

ThinkPad T470
Part Number: 20JMS0Q000

Web Price:
$1,819.00

Processor
6th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-6300U with vPro™ (2.40GHz, up to 3.0GHz with Turbo Boost, 3MB Cache)

Operating System
Windows 10 Pro 64

Display Type
14.0" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare

Memory
8GB DDR4 2133MHz

Hard Drive
256GB SSD PCIe

Warranty
1 Year Depot or Carry-in

AC Adapter
65W AC Adapter

Graphics
Integrated Intel® HD Graphics 520

Battery
3 cell Li-Ion 24Wh

Camera
720p HD

Fingerprint Reader
None

Keyboard
US English

Wireless
Intel® Dual Band 8260 Wireless AC (2 x 2) & Bluetooth® 4.1 with vPro™

Rear Battery
3 cell Li-Ion 24Wh


Which makes sense because on the lenovo site, there is only 14" T470's. It is 6th gen with Intel graphics so I am guessing they are trying to get rid of them. But at what price? the $699 in the catalog or the $499 in the item window?

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