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Adorama is running an outlet sale on laptops and accessories. The biggest savings apply to older models with 7th-gen Intel chips or earlier, but you can also find savings on some brand new laptops like MSI’s already low-priced MSI GF63 gaming laptop with a Coffee Lake-H processor and NVIDIA graphics.

Meanwhile Rakuten is offering 15 percent off purchases site-wide when you use the coupon code SAVE15 at checkout.

Saving top out at $60, but that’s still good enough to help you score some pretty good deals. For example, you can pick up Acer’s 2.5 pound Swift 7 notebook with a Core i7-7Y75 processor, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for just $740.

Acer Swift 7

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Laptops and tablets



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3 replies on “Daily Deals (1-04-2019)”

  1. I had a bad experience with Adorama sending me the wrong product. Sent it back and never got the credit. Have not ordered from them since. Just my experience.

    1. Well, I hear you… but usually companies like Adorama have well-established procedures (30 day return policy) for and are pretty conscientious about such things. If you followed said procedures and sent package back prepaid/insured it should have been trackable. Did you confirm delivery and follow up with Adorama? I wouldn’t have been shy about disputing the charge through my credit card company until things were made right – especially if it was a big-ticket item like a computer or something.

      1. It was a $20 Bluetooth headset. I notified them as soon as it arrived. They wanted me to pay for the return rma shipping, and I did. Sent it back the next day (in their box with their rma label) and they said they never received it.
        I posted this to see if anyone else had a bad experience specifically with Adorama.

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