Looking for a small PC? They don’t get much smaller than an Intel Compute Stick… but while first-gen models of this PC-on-a-stick can be purchased for as little as $50 these days, the newer, more powerful models with Intel Core M processors, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage often sell for over $400.
But Newegg is offering discounts on a bunch of tiny desktop computers, including several Intel Compute Stick models. You can get a Core M3 model with no operating system for $300 or a version with Windows 10 for $360.
If you don’t mind something a little bigger, Newegg is also offering some good deals on barebones Intel NUC computers.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Intel Compute Stick w/Core M3/4GB/64GB/Win 10 for $360 – Newegg
- Intel Compute Stick w/Core M3/4GB/64GB/no OS for $300 – Newegg
- Intel Compute Stick w/Atom Z3735F/1GB/8GB/Ubuntu for $50 – Newegg
- Kangaroo Pro mobile desktop PC for $170 – Newegg
- Lenovo ThinkCentre M600 mini PC w/Pentium N3700/4GB/500GB for $300 – NeweggFlash
- Intel NUC barebones mini PC w/Core i3-6100U for $360 – Newegg (coupon: IDF201614)
- Intel NUC barebones mini PC w/Core i7-5557U, 8GB RAM for $420 – Newegg
- Foxconn barebones min iPCs for $159 and up – NeweggFlash
Laptops and 2-in-1 tablets
- Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12 2-in-1 w/Core i3 Skylake/4GB/128GB for $549 – Microsoft Store
- Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 12″ 700 2-in-1 w/Core M7/8GB/256GB for $680 – NeweggFlash
- Refurb Asus laptops and 2-in-1s for $170 and up – Woot
- Mpow Cheetah gen-2 Bluetooth earbuds for $18 – Amazon (coupon: 2BOHN8NW)
- Dell Dual Video USB 3.0 docking station + $25 gift card for $90 – Dell (gift card appears after you add the dock to your cart)
- Seagate 1TB portable USB 3.0 hard drive for $50 – Amazon (or 2TB for $85)
- Jackery Thunder 10,050 mAh portable battery for $22 – Amazon (coupon: JTHUNDER)
- Name your price for a bundle of “Weird Western” eBooks – StoryBundle
- Name your price for $480 worth of eBooks for coders – Humble Bundle
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
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