Staples reveals Black Friday deals on Windows 10 laptops, PCs

By: Costea Lestoc
2 minute read

The thing about yearly events is that they occur on a regular basis, with long enough gaps between them so that they do not become bland.

And so, the time of the year has come again for people to rejoice in the wonderful event that is Black Friday. Coming right after Thanksgiving, Black Friday is an event where all prices go down and people can enjoy incredible offers for brand new products. The discounts offered on Black Friday are ridiculous, with many preparing days ahead of the event to make sure they get their desired product due to the high demand and traffic registered on Black Friday.

Staples is no exception. They have announced their discount offerings to the delight of the awaiting public. If you go shopping at Staples on Black Friday, you will be able to get Windows laptops at very good prices as well as hybrid laptops such as Surface Pro 4.

Although still expensive, the Surface Pro 4 model with i5 processing capabilities and 128 GB of storage will be available for $200 less on Black Friday, making its total price $799.

Other tech deals are available as well for some more low-profile devices, such as the C920 webcam. If you want to catch the Staples deals, you will have from the 24th of November until the 26th to get your shopping on.

The unlucky shoppers that don’t manage to get to Staples in that time frame will have to wait for next year’s edition.

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