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Lenovo is running a Black Friday in July sale. Amazon is selling kids-edition Echo, Kindle and Fire devices for $25 and up. And Humble Bundle is offering more than $1500 worth of digital comics when you pay $18 or more (but you can also get a smaller selection for a payment of as little as $1).

Lenovo Yoga C640

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Lenovo computers


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4 replies on “Daily Deals (7-01-2020)”

  1. I saw “Thinkpad” in the caption for the C640 and panicked for a moment — it’s not, they haven’t taken our trackpoint yet. 😌

    That is a familiar looking keyboard though. Ctrl/fn swap aside, the lack of dedicated pageup/down/home/end keys and no spaces after f4/f8/f12 would drive me a bit nuts, even if the performance would match the look.

    (I’m used to fn in the lower left, too, but it’s a more popular change so I see why they’d do it.)

      1. No worries! I just did a double take since it borrows so many style cues from their other lines… it seemed really plausible. 🙂

  2. The Lenovo ThinkCentre M90n nano is $399 without the monitor. My only concern is that the RAM is soldered. I don’t know if it can be upgraded.

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