ET Deals: $1,349 Dell XPS 15 and $529 Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 with Ryzen 3500U

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.

No one laptop is right for everyone; fortunately that’s why there are laptop designs beyond counting! Over the last few days we listed several laptops that were fine choices for gamers. Although powerful, the added hardware in those systems and their limited battery life made them poorly suited for extensive traveling. The notebooks featured today are quite the opposite. Light and compact, these notebooks instead are excellent solutions for people that want a fast system that is easy to take with you to work and school. Also today are great deals on Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Amazon’s Fire TV.

Dell XPS 15 Core i7-8750 15.6-Inch Notebook ($ 1,349.99)

Dell designed its XPS 15 notebooks to be exceedingly compact and easy to carry around. This model weighs just four pounds and measures between 11-17mm thick. The system also comes packed with a decent amount of power under the hood. It is equipped with an Intel Core i7-8750H processor with six CPU cores and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti for gaming. An NVMe SSD with 512GB of storage space is used as the C: Drive on this system, and it has 16GB of RAM. With promo code 50OFF699 you can get this system from Dell marked down from its original retail price of $ 1,709.99 to just $ 1,349.99.

Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1 14-Inch Notebook ($ 529.00)

Lenovo’s Flex 14 isn’t the most compact or feature rich 2-in-1 on the market, but it strives to offer a well rounded set of features at a price that is more affordable than most other 2-in-1 systems available today. The system comes equipped with AMD’s Ryzen 5 3500U processor that has eight SMT enabled CPU cores clocked up to 3.7GHz. This processor also has an integrated graphics processor that has 512 stream processors clocked at 1,200MHz, which gives it enough power for some light gaming sessions. The notebook also comes loaded with a 256GB NVMe SSD and 8GB of DDR4 RAM. The system’s 1080p display is of course touch enabled.  It’s also worth mentioning that this system is also fairly light at just 3.65 lbs. These system typically retails for $ 650.00, but Amazon is currently offering it for $ 529.00.

Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB Unlocked ($ 799.99)

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphone is one of the most powerful phones currently available. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC that has eight CPU cores and Qualcomm’s fast Adreno 640 graphics processor built in. This model also has 128GB of storage space as well as 8GB of RAM and a 6.1-inch 1440×3040 high resolution AMOLED display. If you are in the market for a new phone, you can save $ 100 by buying this phone from Amazon for just $ 799.99.

Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote ($ 39.99)

As its name suggests, Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K was designed to support the streaming of 4K content. These devices are exceptionally helpful if you have a TV that lacks built-in streaming services. It can also serve as an upgrade to many smart TVs, as Amazon has enabled the Fire TV Stick to stream from a wider range of source than most smart TVs support. It also supports HDR and HDR10+ content to help you get the best picture quality out of your TV, and the included remote supports Amazon’s Alexa AI assistant that can hear voice commands and perform several functions. Amazon is currently offering the Fire TV discounted from $ 49.99 to $ 39.99.

LG 75UK6190PUB 75-Inch 4K HDR Smart TV + $ 200 Gift Card ($ 999.99)

LG’s large format 75-inch 75UK6190PUB TV features a native 4K resolution and HDR10 support to create vibrant realistic images on screen. The TV also runs LG’s WebOS software that makes it easy to stream content from several sources. This TV is typically fairly expensive at $ 1,499.99, but today you can pick it up with a $ 200 Dell gift card included from Dell for just $ 999.99.

Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the relevant retail sites for more information.

For more great deals, go to our partners at TechBargains.com.

Let’s block ads! (Why?)

ExtremeTechExtreme – ExtremeTech