Best Computer Deals & Sales

eBay · 19 hrs ago
up to 60% off
free shipping on most items

Acer's eBay storefront offers up to 60% off a selection of refurbished products including computers, monitors, and accessories. Shop Now at eBay

  • Shipping is free on most items, but adds $9.99 on some items.
  • These items carry a 90-day Acer warranty.
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HP · 20 hrs ago
$650 $1,130
free shipping

That's a $130 drop from a few days ago, $480 under list, and the lowest price we could find. Buy Now at HP

  • It's available in several colors (Mineral Silver pictured).
  • Intel Core i7-1065G7 1.3GHz Ice Lake quad-core CPU
  • 15.6" 1366x768 LED LCD
  • 16GB RAM + 32GB Intel Optane memory
  • 512GB SSD
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • Model: 6WU81AV_1
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Staples · 16 hrs ago
$110 $130
free shipping

Apply coupon code "99250" to get this deal and save $35 under the next lowest price we could find. Buy Now at Staples

  • 1920x1080 resolution
  • 178°/178° viewing angles
  • DVI-D, VGA, and HDMI Inputs
  • 5 ms response time
  • Model: 2KZ35A6#ABA
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Amazon · 1 hr ago
$55 $100

That's $45 less than most other stores charge. Buy Now at Amazon

  • The digital PC and Mac or physical disc version of this software is available at this price.
  • Adobe Sensei AI technology
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Amazon · 19 hrs ago
$58 $85
free shipping

Use coupon code "8XV2LGNZ" to save $27. Buy Now at Amazon

  • Sold by Weme via Amazon.
  • ports including 4K HDMI, VGA, 2 USB 3.0, 3 USB 2.0
  • type-C PD charging port
  • SD/TF card reader
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • up to 5Gbps data transfer speeds
  • Model: D1037B
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Sam's Club · 14 hrs ago
$125 for members $165
$5 shipping

It's the lowest price we could find by $54 and the best deal we've seen. Buy Now at Sam's Club

  • covers up to 5, 500 square feet
  • AC1200 speeds
  • connectivity for up to 100 devices
  • Deco app available on Android or iOS
  • Model: 5527349
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Best Buy · 12 hrs ago
$230 $300
free shipping

That's the lowest price we could find by $60. Buy Now at Best Buy

  • 27" 2560x1440 (1440p) native resolution IPS display
  • 4 ms response time
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Model: 65F4GCC3US
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B&H Photo Video · 16 hrs ago
$799 $1,149
free shipping

That's $76 less than Best Buy charges. Buy Now at B&H Photo Video

  • in Space Gray
  • 12.9" 2732x2048 multi-touch liquid Retina display
  • Apple A12X 64-Bit SoC + M12 coprocessor
  • supports Apple Pencil (2nd-Gen.)
  • Model: MTHL2LL/A
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Lenovo · 14 hrs ago
$200 $250
free shipping

That's $50 off list and the lowest price we could find. Buy Now at Lenovo

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 8-core (2GHz quad + 1.45GHz quad) processor
  • 10.1" 1920x1200 IPS capacitive multi-touch screen
  • 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage (SD card slot expandable up to 256GB)
  • 802.11ac wireless & Bluetooth 4.2
  • 5MP front camera, 8MP rear camera
  • Android 9.0 (Pie)
  • Model: ZA3V0005US
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Quicken · 13 hrs ago
10% off for new users (try risk-free)

New members can get a 10% off their first 1-year subscription, with prices starting at $44.99/yr. Plus, there's a 30-day money-back guarantee. Shop Now at Quicken

  • Choose from Quicken Deluxe, Premier, or Home & Business.
  • Available for Windows and Mac
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StackSocial · 8 hrs ago
$34 $40

That's the best price we could find by $6. Buy Now at StackSocial

  • 25+ hours of content on Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, & Spark
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GOODEE · 14 hrs ago
$180 $270
free shipping
A DealNews exclusive!

Coupon code "Dealnews90" drops it to the best price we could find by $26. Buy Now at GOODEE

  • 1920x1080 (1080p) native resolution
  • 46" to 300" display
  • 5W dual stereo speakers
  • 2 HDMI, 2 USB, VGA, and AV ports
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Amazon · 19 hrs ago
$13 $21
free shipping w/ Prime

Apply coupon code "6CTE5Q22" to save $8. Buy Now at Amazon

  • Available in Grey at this price.
  • Sold by Tuwejia via Amazon.
  • data transfer up to 5Gb/s
  • HDMI 4K output port
  • USB-C charging port
  • USB 3.0 port
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StackSocial · 9 hrs ago
$40 $50

Coupon code "DN20" cuts it to $59 off list price. Buy Now at StackSocial

  • access to 20+ channels & hundreds of music and videos designed to aid rest, sleep, stress, and anxiety
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Amazon · 12 hrs ago
$47 $55
free shipping

That's $8 off and the best price we could find by $2. Buy Now at Amazon

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HP · 16 hrs ago
$667 $979
free shipping

This bundle is $92 less than you'd pay for the laptop alone. Buy Now at HP

  • 10th-Gen. Intel Core i5-1035G1 1.0GHz Ice Lake quad-core CPU
  • 16.1" 1920x1080 (1080p) IPS display
  • 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, and 16GB Optane memory
  • Nvidia GeForce MX130 2GB graphics card
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • includes Microsoft Office 365 Personal 1-yr. subscription, protective sleeve, and wireless mouse
  • Model: HP15_O365P_Slv_Kit
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Lenovo · 17 hrs ago
Up to 65% off + coupons
free shipping

Save on the laptop configurations you need, starting at $490 via instant savings or the coupon codes listed on individual items. If there isn't a code listed on an item, use "EXTRAFIVE" for an extra 5% off or one of the codes listed below. (You can try different codes to see which one gives the best discount for your order.) Shop Now at Lenovo

  • 50% off Lenovo ThinkPad X and T Series laptops via code "THINK50"
  • 40% off Lenovo ThinkPad laptops and ThinkBooks via code "THINKAUG"
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Amazon · 19 hrs ago
$10 $20
free shipping w/ Prime

Apply coupon code "68CIANCI" to save 50% off. Buy Now at Amazon

  • Sold by Txxing via Amazon.
  • scroll wheel
  • adjustable DPI levels
  • 33-foot wireless range
  • requires 1 AA battery (not included)
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Dell Home · 17 hrs ago
$1,196 $1,409
free shipping

That's $213 off list and the lowest price we could find. Buy Now at Dell Home

  • 10th-gen Intel Core i7-10750H Comet Lake 2.6GHz six-core CPU
  • 15.6" FHD 1920x1080 (1080p) native resolution anti-glare display
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GPU graphics card
  • 16GB RAM; 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit
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Apple · 1 wk ago
Up to $200 off + Get AirPods
free shipping

Current and newly accepted college students and their parents, as well as faculty, staff, and homeschool teachers of all grade levels can take advantage of the savings listed below. Shop Now at Apple Shop Now at Apple

  • up to $200 off MacBooks and iMac w/ Apple Education Pricing
  • up to $100 off iPads w/ Apple Education Pricing
  • AirPods credit w/ Mac or iPad purchase
  • 20% off AppleCare+ w/ Mac or iPad purchase
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Computers: The Basics

Shopping for computers doesn’t have to drain your savings — if you know how to find the best prices. Our team of experts review the sales and publish the best computer deals so you don’t have to work half as hard.

Basic Computer Terminology

You don’t have to be a tech wiz to buy your next computer. Make note of these common terms to help you when you’re shopping computer sales!

  • Operating System (OS): This is the system that controls how your computer performs basic functions. The most common operating systems you’ll see right now are Windows 10 and Mac OS X. They perform comparably, so picking one relies on personal preference.
  • Random-access memory (RAM): The short-term memory of your computer. Your RAM controls how quickly and efficiently your computer is able to switch between tasks. The higher the RAM, the better the performance.
  • Processor (CPU) : The powerhouse or “brain” of the computer, your processor handles your computer’s basic instructions, such as using your mouse and keyboard, or running applications. The two most popular CPU manufacturers are AMD and Intel. You can read about which processor is right for you in this article from Digital Trends.
  • Storage: There are two types of physical computer storage, hard drives (HD) and solid state drives (SSD), sometimes called flash drives . SSD storage is more common these days because they are more stable and faster. While it’s ideal to aim for greater storage space, a bigger drive will cost more money. Determine your storage needs based on how you plan to use your computer. Abt recommends starting with at least 500 GB of storage space.

Basic Software for Your PC

When you start using your new computer, you’ll want to install some basic software to get going. Most pre-built computers come with a suite of software pre-installed with the OS.

Productivity Tools

Whether you opt for a package like Microsoft Office or iWork, opt for freeware like Open Office, or choose an online software pack like G Suite, it’s always a good idea to install a productivity software to help you with tasks like making spreadsheets, word processing, and viewing PDFs.

Internet Browser

Microsoft Edge and Safari are the standard browsers that come with a new computer, but many shoppers rely on browsers like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Check out TechRadar’s review of the most common browsers here .

Cloud Storage

Not only does cloud storage give you more space than the limited physical storage on your PC, but it also gives you access to your files anywhere. Many companies like Google or Dropbox offer a limited amount of free cloud storage.

Antivirus Software

Antivirus tools do more than simply keep viruses at bay; they also protect against malware, phishing, adware, spyware, and more. Windows 10 comes with Microsoft Security Essentials as a default, and security options are built into Mac OS X (as opposed to a standalone program). That said, antivirus suites like Norton, McAfee, and Bitdefender may offer you more protection.

Media Player

Many laptops and desktops no longer include a physical media drive. If you plan on watching any videos locally (not streamed online), it’s useful to have a media player. Typically, this software is built in, but check out this list for some info on the best media players for Windows 10 and this one for Mac.

Music Player

Not to be confused with a media player, a good music application is worth installing on your computer. Spotify, iTunes, and Pandora are some common favorites that give you access to a practically limitless selection. The desktop versions make it easier to browse and build playlists.

Computer Deal Subcategories

DealNews offers the best deals on computers and computing accessories. You can browse our deals in different categories including, but not limited to:

Whether you’re looking for a new work laptop, or want to find a quality gaming system, check out our selection of the best laptop deals here.

Did you know you should replace your computer every 4 to 5 years to get the best performance? Check out the best computer deals for your next desktop here.

Did you know that DealNews first launched as a deal website for Apple Macintosh products? While we’ve grown significantly since then, we still know how to find the best Apple computer deals!

Maybe you’re in the market for a larger streaming device for your kids, or maybe you’d like a device to serve as your e-reader (with a few extra perks). Whatever you’re searching for, check out the best tablet and iPad deals here.

  • Peripherals

Routers , monitors , input devices , and more! These devices make using your computer more comfortable and practical. Be sure you search our site to save big!

When shopping computer sales, check out DealNews before going anywhere else, so you know you’ll always find the best deals!

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I purchase a laptop or desktop?

It’s important to review your needs before buying a laptop or desktop computer.

  1. What’s your budget? Because they’re bigger and more modular, desktop computers tend to outperform laptops . A desktop’s customizability means your budget can go a lot further. However, laptops have other advantages over desktops.
  2. Do you need portability? High-end laptops are generally more expensive , but a laptop will always win the portability debate.
  3. How much power do you need? Desktops have more room to work with, so you can add more RAM, more storage, a bigger graphics card, and other performance improvements. But if you don’t need all that, then a mid-tier laptop may be the cheaper choice.
  4. Are you a gamer? Laptops that are built for gaming are among the most expensive on the market. That said, if you’re not comfortable selecting individual pieces to build a gaming desktop, you may be willing to pay a premium to get that performance.
  5. Don’t forget the repairs. If you’re handy, you can often repair or replace parts in a desktop computer with the help of online guides. Most laptops require specialized tools and skills to repair, so desktop fixes tend to be cheaper.

Overall, desktop computers have a lot of advantages, but the lack of portability can be a deal breaker. No matter what you decide, be sure to check out specs and buying guides from the DealNews Blog and other reputable sources like CNET or PCMag . Then shop DealNews for the best computer deals!

How do I get my external hard drive to show up?

Once you’ve ensured that your external drive is plugged in and powered on, check out these steps from PCMag :

  1. Try a different USB port.
  2. Try a different PC.
  3. Update your drivers.
  4. Format the drive.

What is a VPN?

VPN stands for “virtual private network.” A VPN protects your internet usage by routing your internet connection through a private server. Using a VPN keeps your online browsing more private and also grants you access to websites and content that may not be available in your country.

For more information about VPNs check out this article on Mashable , and this one by Namecheap .

How can I boost my WiFi signal?

When your internet connection seems impossibly slow, the cause isn’t your provider, but your WiFi signal strength. Check out these options to boost your WiFi signal :

  1. Update your router firmware. Each router is different, but you typically can use the steps found here to run updates.
  2. Place your router in the most optimal space. You want to place your wireless router away from any walls or obstructions. If possible, put it in the most central place in your home.
  3. Pick a different frequency. If you have a dual-band router, try using the 5GHz band. This band offers higher speeds, and may get an additional boost if there are fewer devices connected to it.
  4. Change the channel. While most routers will automatically choose the channel with the least congestion, some cheaper routers may require you to manually update it.
  5. Upgrade your router. How old is your current router? If it's a previous-generation 802.11n model, you could upgrade that to improve your wireless signal. If you have a newer 802.11ac router, you're already in good shape.
  6. Replace the antenna. You may boost your signal by simply adding or replacing an external antenna. PCMag recommends purchasing one marked “high-gain,” and to opt for a directional antenna — rather than an omnidirectional one.
  7. Add a wireless range extender. If you only want to boost coverage in one or two rooms, a WiFi extender can help you boost your signal in dead spots. Check out this guide from the DealNews Blog .

Switch to a mesh WiFi system. Wireless mesh networking is becoming more popular, because it can provide more complete coverage throughout the home. Mesh systems replace your router

By: Kristen Harris, Manager

A Georgia girl with three years of experience in IP Law and grounded in understanding marketing and consumer motives. When she's not working with the fabulous staff of DealNews, you can find her whining at rowing practice and browsing the Hot Deals on the site.

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