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The Lenovo Yoga Book is a 10.1 inch convertible notebook with an unusual design: instead of a physical keyboard, it has a “Create Pad” which is a Wacom digitizer that you can use either to type on light-up “keys” or to write or draw using a digital pen.

It’s an intriguing device, but it’s also not exactly a cheap devices: prices typically start at $500 for a model with Android or $550 for a Windows 10 version.

But right now you can get a $100 gift card when you order either version, which sort of saves you some money (in the future). Or if you’d rather have immediate savings, you can pick up an Android model for a bit less than the list price.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.



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