Acer, Dell, ASUS Laptops & Desktops From $299 Today Only - Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals

In the run-up to this year's Black Friday, Amazon is treating us to one of the best desktop and laptop promotions of 2018, with the e-commerce giant discounting a wide range of (portable) computers from Dell, ASUS, and Acer. Starting with the Acer Aspire TC-885-ACCFLi3 that can currently be bought 33-percent down, priced at only $299.99, all the way to the ASUS Vivobook S which dropped from $800 to $699, this is one of the best mid-range computer sales Amazon held since spring.

Naturally, the top performers in the segment won't be discounted before tomorrow but if you aren't looking to spend $1,500 or more on your next PC, portable or otherwise, you're bound to find something you like as part of this Thanksgiving sale. From productivity-oriented mid-rangers and all-in-ones to budget gaming computers, Dell, Acer, and ASUS have you covered on all fronts, with all of the newly discounted products being either laptops or desktops that come bundled with mice and keyboards, thus providing you with everything you need to start using them the moment they get delivered. The only catch is that this particular sale is only good until midnight PST, so you don't have a lot of time to make a purchase decision, and that's assuming supplies will even last for the next twelve hours, which isn't a given seeing how aggressively Amazon itself is promoting this set of deals.

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