Best Buy Best Buy Extended Labour Day: ASUS 15.6" Laptop $650, Logitech MX Master Mouse $70, JLab JBuds Air Wireless Earbuds $60 + More Get the Logitech MX Master Mouse for $70 + More!

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Labour Day isn't over at Best Buy, because their Extended Labour Day Sale is on now and you have an extra week to save on electronics and appliances throughout their store!

Plus, it's an excellent time to stock up on board games, because you can take up to 30% off over 450 board games and get an additional 10% discount when you buy two or more!

You can also view their 23-page flyer for the sale here on RedFlagDeals and we've listed a handful of featured deals you'll find this week.

Appliances and Kitchen

Computers and Tablets

Home Theatre and Audio

Kids and Baby

Peripherals and Accessories

Smart Home

Televisions

Video Games

The Best Buy Extended Labour Day Sale is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) from September 6 to 12. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • Price in title...and maybe in body as well?
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    • User131439 wrote:
      Aug 30th, 2019 9:18 am
      Price in title...and maybe in body as well?
      Fixed it - Shows in title and body now. Sorry about that.
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    • I bought the AMD Ryzen 3500u version of this laptop a few weeks ago when it was on sale at Staples (I believe $630 + 10% off coupon). I think the processors are different but mostly everything else is the same.
      So far so good. I really like the narrow bezels and the build quality, and it has to be one of the lighter 15" laptops. Biggest potential flaws are the limited battery life (usually between 3-5 hours) and the TN panel screen (not sure if the Intel version has a better IPS screen, if so that's a big plus). Looking at it head on is no problem and I actually find it to be easier to look at than my 2017 Zenbook, but it is noticeably dimmer when looking at it from practically any other angle. This is my 3rd Vivobook and 5th Asus laptop overall going back to 2011, and I guess I keep coming back because they seem to be fairly reliable (most of them are still in use by various family members).
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    • Don't buy this, the screen on this version is garbage, the colors are washed out and reviews mention this.

      15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare IPS-level Panel with 45% NTSC
      15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 45% NTSC

      Only 45 % of the NTSC color gamut... no thanks

      It's true that Asus makes good laptops, but their good ones are the Zenbook line. The VivoBook line has too many compromises

      And sadly, their Zenbook model for this year has a glossy screen, which is unacceptable to me.
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    • Poutinesauce wrote:
      Aug 30th, 2019 10:04 am
      Don't buy this, the screen on this version is garbage, the colors are washed out and reviews mention this.

      15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare IPS-level Panel with 45% NTSC
      15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 45% NTSC

      Only 45 % of the NTSC color gamut... no thanks

      It's true that Asus makes good laptops, but their good ones are the Zenbook line. The VivoBook line has too many compromises

      And sadly, their Zenbook model for this year has a glossy screen, which is unacceptable to me.
      Where does it say that? I was thinking about getting this one since it's under $700, has over 500gb SSD, 8gb ram and FHD display. But apparently you said the display isnt that good?

      Any suggestions on a good one meeting these criteria?
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    • Poutinesauce wrote:
      Aug 30th, 2019 10:04 am
      Don't buy this, the screen on this version is garbage, the colors are washed out and reviews mention this.

      15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare IPS-level Panel with 45% NTSC
      15.6" (16:9) LED-backlit FHD (1920x1080) 60Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 45% NTSC

      Only 45 % of the NTSC color gamut... no thanks

      It's true that Asus makes good laptops, but their good ones are the Zenbook line. The VivoBook line has too many compromises

      And sadly, their Zenbook model for this year has a glossy screen, which is unacceptable to me.
      I do agree the screen is not "decent" However, you have to see the other spec and i think the price is fairly decent (probably even better than most on the market at this price. at sub $800 good luck cherry picking
      a good name brand laptop with current generation of i5, 500GB SSD, and 8GB ram.
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    • cerealkiller wrote:
      Aug 31st, 2019 4:22 pm
      I do agree the screen is not "decent" However, you have to see the other spec and i think the price is fairly decent (probably even better than most on the market at this price. at sub $800 good luck cherry picking
      a good name brand laptop with current generation of i5, 500GB SSD, and 8GB ram.
      That's what I'm thinking. Processor is good, it's a bigger ssd, 8gb of ram, and has 2x2 wireless connectivity. All under $700. Seems good to me. Hopefully the display isnt as bad as mentioned. I'm not using it for gaming or video watching.
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    • I went to try this one out at Best Buy yesterday so based on my maybe half an hour of trying it, the display isn't too bad. It's not something you'd want to look at from the side (it definitely gets bad as you move away from the center) but if you have it aligned right it's decent.
      I was particularly a fan of the keyboard on it; they've got that 2 degree lift and for me it did make it more comfortable. Obviously the specs on it are pretty nice as well so I'd definitely throw it in as an option if you're looking for something like that.
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    • We are so starved by low capacity ssds that anything with 512gb is looks like a good deal.
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    • I have this laptop. The screen is not bad for everyday usage. These specs with FHD are hard to come by. Move along and spend $200 more if you need a better screen.
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    • Are there any Best Buy codes or anything to make this deal even better?
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    • Should have a second free memory slot if 8gb provided is single sodimm.
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    • 8GB is enough for this machine. 4GB is enough for basic desktop tasks. 8GB will handle anything this notebook will be able to handle with it's integrated graphics and a 15W CPU.
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    • I'm deciding between this and Lenovo S340.

      The difference between this and S340 seems to basically just be that this one already has the SSD and 5ghz connectivity. I think it has an extra USB port, but 1 less USB3 port.

      Would it be better just getting this for $650 and not have to deal with upgrading? Or go for the Lenovo, upgrade it to the same size SSD the Asus has, brand wireless adapter, and in the end I pay about $30 less(assuming the Rakuten cashback works for Lenovo)?
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    • Thanks picked one up for my parents today for web surfing / email etc. Seems super fast and looks nice.

      I also checked the SSD and it's a 512GB Intel NVME.
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    • Does anyone have issues staying connected to wifi on this laptop? I get very weak signals, specifically with this laptop - primarily on 5G
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    • Does this laptop have IPS display?

      And is there an extra slot in it to add a HDD if needed?
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    • dxbender wrote:
      Sep 1st, 2019 11:42 pm
      Does this laptop have IPS display? YES

      And is there an extra slot in it to add a HDD if needed? NO
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    • I bought the Ryzen version, similar bench, same display, smaller 256GB SDD, was $529 on Amazon.ca (another RFD thread), came with US keyboard. It has a lack lustre 1080p display and 45% NTSC, not great for photo editing/colour representation. Brightness is 260 nits, compare 350+ on premium laptops. Otherwise nice thin bezel, feels like a 14" slim. Battery life is only around 3-4h.

      I can definitely notice a duller display difference beside my retina macbook, but it's perfectly fine for my kid entering HS and I can repair it myself in the future. At this pricepoint, the display and battery are the low points.
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