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Best Buy is running a sale on laptops (among other things), with some models selling for as little as $100. What surprises me though is that prices have dropped on a number of laptops with OLED displays.

You can pick up an Asus ZenBook 14 with a 12th-gen Intel Core i5 processor and a 2880 x 1800 pixel OLED display for just $600. Or spend $50 more and you can get a Samsung Galaxy Book2 360 with a full HD OLED display and a convertible tablet-style design.

Asus Zenbook 14 with 2.8K OLED display for $600 (Best Buy)

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  1. Checked Best Buy’s reviews on the Asus E410MA; apparently, it works fairly nicely with Linux and has an open SSD slot inside of it. Could make a nice lightweight portable Linux/coding learning environment…

  2. Window 11 on an N4020??? Then, why doesn’t MS support it on a Surface (non-Pro) 3. The CPUs are about equally powerful.

    1. It’s not about performance. It’s about the age of the processor. The Celeron N4020 was released in 2019 while the Atom x7-Z8700 was released in 2015.

      Is it fast enough to handle Windows 11? Sure. But Microsoft doesn’t officially support it.