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EBay is offering 20% off when you purchase select items from some brands and use the coupon SPRINGSAVE20 at checkout. There are discounts available on hundreds of thousands of different products.

Some of the stand-out tech deals I spotted include mini PCs with Intel Alder Lake-N processors for as little as $108 and a deal on the Chuwi MiniBook X which brings the price down to $276 for this 10.5 inch convertible tablet-style laptop.

Chuwi MiniBook X 10.5″ convertible laptop w/Intel N100/12GB/512GB for $276 – Chuwi (via eBay w/coupon: SPRINGSAVE20)

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Mini PCs



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  1. The older MiniBook X with 2560×1600 screen with pen support is also on sale on Amazon for $329. Probably the last chance for these. But beware, I just purchased one and it repeatedly powered off within 5 minutes of being turned on, so I had to return it. I haven’t decided if it’s worth it to try to get another. The form factor and high resolution screen is amazing, what is not so amazing is the battery life, slow processor, proprietary USB-C power adapter, no included pen or storage slot, and no cellular or M.2 expansion slot for it. The current one is a no-go to me due to no pen support. Why do they keep improving things just to remove other important things? They come so close but still miss the mark every single time. I’ll probably just have to keep waiting for my ideal 10-11″ 2-in-1.