We round up the best Cyber Monday Windows 10 laptop deals so far, with models from HP, Lenovo, Asus and Acer all on offer.
The Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are in full swing, with a whirlwind of deals already appearing online as retailers battle for your cash.
We’ve sifted through what the big retailers are offering and found what we reckon are the best Windows 10 laptop deals so far in a bid to save you time and money.
Check back with us this week as we add more.
For more advice, here are five ways to get a laptop bargain on Black Friday.
HP 14-ce – was £649, now £499 (22% off)
We liked: Its fast performance and portable design
We didn’t like: The screen and speakers
We tested a previous version of the HP 14-ce, and it performed reasonably in our tests. This latest model is essentially identical except that it has been upgraded with Intel’s latest 10th-generation processors and has a larger solid-state drive (SSD). While we haven’t tested it, improve specs point to faster performance, although whether the firm has also built on the things we weren’t so keen on is unclear.
Lenovo IdeaPad S130 – was £199, now £119 (40% off)
We liked: Its thin and light design, and great battery
We didn’t like: The mediocre screen and atrocious speakers
Almost unbelievably cheap, this laptop ticked some important boxes in our tests and at this price it’s very difficult to complain. Just don’t expect blazingly fast speeds from its low-end processor.
Asus E203 – was £200, now £150 (25% off)
We liked: Thin and light design
We didn’t like: Not much storage in the model we tested
Always a popular choice, this Asus is down to just £150. The model we tested only had 32GB of storage, but the one here, on sale in Argos has a much more generous 64GB, which should avoid any irritating issues when running out of space while trying to update Windows 10.
Asus ZenBook 14 UX433FA – was £999, now £749 (25% off)
We liked: Its fast performance and good screen
We didn’t like: Poor speakers
This Ultrabook is thin, light and has a speedy processor and SSD on board. While it doesn’t boast the latest generation of processors, it’s still plenty fast enough for intensive multi-tasking. There’s even an innovative virtual numberpad.