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Black Friday 2023 has come and gone, and so have some of the deals on mobile tech gear. But there are still a lot of savings to be found on Cyber Monday 2023.

In fact, many of the items that were on sale for Black Friday are still on sale for the same prices, or even lower. A few deals have expired or sold out (goodbye $99 Lenovo laptop, we hardly knew ye). But you can still score some serious savings on select laptops, tablets, mini PCs, smartphones, and more. Here’s our updated list of some of the best Cyber Monday 2023 mobile tech deals.

Mini PCs

Beelink SER6 Pro w/Ryzen 7 7735HS/32GB/500GB for $469 – Amazon

Mini PCs with Intel Jasper Lake & Alder Lake-N chips

Mini PCs with AMD Ryzen chips

Mini PCs with Intel Core chips



Dell Inspiron 14 Plus w/Core i7-12700H/16GB/512GB for $700 – Dell


Windows convertible laptops

Laptops under $500

Laptops $500 – $699

Laptops $700 – $999

Laptops $1000 and up 



Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 10.4″ tablet w/S-Pen for $200 – Amazon

Amazon Fire tablets

Other tablets under $200

Tablets $300 and up


Google Pixel 7a for $374

Budget and mid-range




Earbuds under $100

Headphones & earbuds $100 and up

Bluetooth Speakers

Media streamers

eReaders & E Ink tablets


Wall chargers

Portable Power banks


Portable SSDs

Network Attached Storage

Other PC & Mobile accessories

Downloads & Streaming

Video streaming

Other subscription services

PC Games

This article was first published November 17, 2023 and most recently updated November 27, 2023. 

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    1. Grow up. You are beginning to annoy me. But that’s what you want isn’t it? Attention? Just go away. You millenials/4chaners/gen z’ers annoy me. Grow up.

        1. Please, I don’t want to be anybody’s parents. I got better things to do. I’m just tired of dealing with childish people. So grow up.

  1. Intel’s says that the N100 supports up to 16 GB of RAM through a single memory channel — do all the N100 mini PCs have single slots (and can 8 GB models be upgraded by substituting 16 GB sticks) or do some have soldered RAM?

    1. I have seen ads for N100 mini PCs with soldered DDR4 RAM, soldered DDR5 RAM, with a single slot for a DDR4 SO-DIMM module, and with a single slot for a DDR5 SO-DIMM module.

      I read from at least one person claiming they use their N100 mini PC with a single 32 GB SO-DIMM module.

      I have not seen any dual memory slot N100 mini PCs. Perhaps the CPU does actually not support that. It’s a pity really, because I would like to run a N100 with 64 GB RAM.

      There is a least one N100 mini PC – the Morefine M10 – that supports simultaneous power-in and video-out over a single USB-Type C cable to a monitor. Unfortunately, it seems that the majority only do power-in via barrel plug. Which in my subjective opinion is very ugly and inconvenient.

      1. It definitely doesn’t support dual channel memory, you can check it out in the Ark’s pages of the various Alder Lake N parts where it says “Max # of Memory Channels”. The curious thing is the maximum supported amount of RAM, officially it’s 16GB, but I’ve seen systems with 32GB like you say.

    1. I suspect that any number of people who bought mini PCs with Jasper Lake chips are eyeing (cheaper) N100-based systems — it’s the former in danger of becoming e-waste.

  2. Hi Brad, you say the Lenovo 100e Gen 2 (11.6″) laptop goes on sale for $99.00 each beginning at 12:00AM EST on Saturday, 25-Nov-2023 (two days after Thanksgiving which falls on Thursday, 23-Nov-2023 EST). Where did you find that price? Lenovo (1-855-253-6686) claims to know nothing about the upcoming price drop. In my experience this laptop is marketed to schools and is almost impossible to legitimately buy by any regular consumer. However, it does seem I can buy the laptop right now for $229.00 each with the coupon code THINKEDUSALE1 (limit five), but $229.00 is a far cry from $99.00. That coupon code is from the Lenovo link in your post.

      1. Brad, the link you provided in your post here for the $99.00 Lenovo 100e (2nd Gen) laptop points to a 100e laptop with a 4-Core/4-Thread Celeron N4120 processor. However if you go to the Lenovo Black Friday page and click on the $99.00 Lenovo 100e Laptop, Lenovo pulls a Bait-and-Switch:

        The Lenovo 100e (2nd Gen) laptop you are taken to from the Black Friday page is Part Number: 81M80089US with a much less capable (and cheaper) Celeron N4020 processor capable of only 2-Cores/2-Threads, not the Part Number: 81M8007JUS with the much more capable Celeron N4120 processor with 4-Cores/4-Threads.
        Even if you were OK with that sneaky processor switch, at my writing time Sunday, 19-Nov-2023, 01:51 AM EST the Laptop crippled with the Celeron N4020 is OUT OF STOCK.

        Your post links to this [100e Laptop Celeron N4120, $229.00 with eCoupon THINKEDUSALE1 limit 5 units]:


        Lenovo’s Black Friday page links to this [100e Laptop Celeron N4020, Out-of-Stock]:


        Needless to say, the two-core Celeron N4020 makes the 100e laptop next to useless. Personally, I would not buy it – even for $99.00!

        1. Sorry about that. I could have sworn that the link I added was for the N4020 model, but I’ve updated the article and the link should be correct now.

          I agree that the N4020 is a pretty lousy processor and I probably wouldn’t have included this laptop if it were priced any higher. But for $99, it could make a decent option for folks looking for a cheap device for doing one thing at a time (Word processing, watching videos, or web browsing).

    1. Man, 4GB of RAM is awefully limiting, especially when it’s soldered. However, I would bite, except that it doesn’t have an ethernet port. I could use something to replace this crummy VAIO. 11.6 inches is far more portable, too. I’d get it, if not for the lack of ethernet port.

      Spend $99 or $299, then have to spend more just to get a wireless router since my internet at home is only wired. Blah. 🙁

      I mean, I miss the old netbooks. But 4GB with Windows 11 is incredibly limiting.