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Today is Singles Day (11.11), which is sort of like Black Friday in China. And if you feel like navigating an endless array of coupons, you might be able to find some deals that are worth the trouble on AliExpress. But I suspect the savings are biggest for folks that are actually in China this year.

That said, there are some nice discounts available on handheld gaming PCs and other products today… and plenty of pre-Black Friday deals on Western brands as well. Just keep in mind that purchasing from Chinese stores and marketplaces like AliExpress and GeekBuying carries some risk – customer support usually isn’t as good as it is from retailers with a stronger presence in the West.

A handheld gaming computer with a 7 inch display, a white body, and black buttons.
ONEXPLAYER Mini 7 inch handheld gaming PC w/Ryzen 7 5800*/16GB/512GB for $940 – GeekBuying (coupon: GKB22111)

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Handheld gaming PCs

Other PCs


Android Tablets




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  1. Even Samsung feels the need to engage in deceptive advertising — its products are priced on the supposition that one is trading in another device. When I visit a manufacturer’s website and can’t find product specifications front and center, I think less of that manufacturer and every time I visit Samsung’s, I am struck by the fact that it is determined to foist “Key features, Compare the models, and Frequently Asked Questions” off on prospective buyers in lieu of the essential facts about their product — must not want my business.

    1. You my friend are bad business.

      You can think critically, find flaws, and compare prices. You’re not a very profitable consumer. Basically the niche. Samsung doesn’t want to serve you (they will take your money though) but instead Samsung realises their target audience is the Mainstream Consumers which don’t like those specifications and thinking through critically about the device and its price.

      Samsung is being wise, and taking Apple’s route to increase their profit margin by targeting that (mainstream) demographic at the expense of this (niche) one. Well it’s wise when looking at it from the perspective of their shareholders.