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Lenovo has made a lot of waves in the laptop industry over the past couple of years, with a range of great devices ranging from Chromebooks to gaming laptops. If you’ve been wanting to buy one for a while but were hesitant because of its price, you’re in luck. Lenovo has a flash sale on several of their best models, with up to several hundred dollars in savings.
Chromebook 3 – $235, was $310
This 14-inch Chromebook is ideal if you need a device to do your daily online work or study. It has an Intel Celeron N4020 processor and integrated Intel UHD 600 graphics, which might not be that powerful overall, but still make a great pair that should more than handle most applications. that you will process on a Chromebook. RAM is a little lower at just 4GB, and internal storage is 32GB, so consider grabbing one of our external hard drive deals. Throw in a 720p HD camera and you have a great starter device to get you started.
ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook – $349, was $599
Although the Chromebook C13 Yoga has a smaller screen than the Chromebook 3, it has improved internal specs to handle heavier apps. Amazingly, it uses an AMD Athlon Gold 3150C processor paired with an integrated AMD Radeon graphics card, which is, admittedly, only a slight upgrade over the Chromebook 3. Although you still only get 4GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory, you get an FHD screen that can go up to 70 nits brighter, up to 300, allowing for a better overall screen experience.
ThinkPad X13 – $599, was $2,426
If you’re looking for a laptop bargain, the Thinkpad X13 should be pretty close. The 10th Gen Intel i5-10210U is a pretty powerful processor, all things considered, and if you tend to run a lot of heavy productivity software, it can handle it better than a Chromebook ever will. It also comes with integrated Intel UHD graphics, which isn’t the best but might get you by with simpler games if you’re looking for it. RAM is also quite excellent at 16GB, while internal storage is 128GB, a little low but not too bad overall.
Legion 5 Gen 6 – $960, was $1,280
Of course, if you do want a gaming laptop, the Legion 5 Gen 6 is a great gaming laptop bargain with its RTX 3050 processor and AMD Ryzen 7 5800H. It should be able to handle a number of games on the market even at higher settings, and the expansive 512GB SSD and 8GB of RAM should give you a great overall experience. Best of all, the screen is 17.3-inches, one of the biggest sizes in gaming laptops, and pretty rare, so if you like a big screen for your games, this laptop is the one for it. you need.
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