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When the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 launched in December, it seemed like a pretty decent notebook for a pretty low price. But now you can get one for an even better price.

The laptop had a list price of $300 and features a 14.1 inch full HD IPS display, a quad-core Apollo Lake processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of eMMC storage. It weighs about 2.9 pounds and measures about 0.8 inches thick.

A few months later you can pick up a Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 from Amazon for $270… but if you apply the coupon code IIYHNUTI at checkout, the price drops to just $221.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Windows things

Apple things

Smartphone things

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Audio things

Other things

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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2 replies on “Deals of the Day (4-21-2017)”

  1. Sometimes things are cheap for a reson. In this case, the customer comments on the Chuwi laptop include
    – a too sensitive touchpad, which moves the cursor even if you don’t touch the touchpad
    – poor audio

    1. Yep, there’s too many good new and refurbished products to recommend this until they get the basics right.

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