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We've listed a handful of Black Friday deals to give you an idea of what's on sale – note that additional deals will be released throughout the event.

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Posted November 15: Black Friday Preview: Up to $860 Off Windows PCs, Up to $200 Off Surface Laptop Go, $150 Off HP Reverb G2 VR Headset + More

Start planning your Black Friday shopping at Microsoft, where they've revealed their Black Friday 2021 deals and you can get a preview of this year's sale now.

Microsoft's Black Friday Sale officially starts on Friday, November 26, but a limited selection of deals will be available as early as Friday, November 19 – we've listed a few of Microsoft's upcoming Black Friday deals below, sorted by start date.

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Select Microsoft Black Friday deals will be available starting November 19, while all deals will go live on November 26. The Microsoft Store offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Wait till BF, Microsoft CS has confirmed that all laptops should be 10-20% off the listed prices now
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    • It appears the IdeaPad 3i has soldered ram and 1 slot for expansion. But not sure if this model is the same as the IdeaPad 3i as found in this video:

      https://youtu.be/r3KzBXAj0Sk
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    • CPU is not too bad, the same level as Intel 7gen or 8 gen i5 laptop CPU.
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    • maritrunks wrote: Wait till BF, Microsoft CS has confirmed that all laptops should be 10-20% off the listed prices now
      Thanks, that's good to know. I wonder if they will roll the price of this back to $519.99 before BF.
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    • This seems pretty decent for non-gaming and non-heavy usage. Wonder if we will see anything better on BF.

      Talked to customer service and they told me if the laptop gets discounted on BF, can chat with them and they will refund the price difference back to you. There's a 30 day price guarantee.
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    • maritrunks wrote: Wait till BF, Microsoft CS has confirmed that all laptops should be 10-20% off the listed prices now
      kenchau wrote: Thanks, that's good to know. I wonder if they will roll the price of this back to $519.99 before BF.
      Hol'up!

      I read a MS Store thread a few days ago where the Op was told okay to buy now and chat for price match if it goes lower (30 days I thnk).
      It could be a wise move getting a banker in now.
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    • specs on the Microsoft site surely have a typo: the horizontal resolution must be 1920, not 1980.

      I wonder if the display is the 250 nit TN or the 300 nit IPS. I think that that matters a lot.

      Lenovo's site doesn't recognize 82H801GGUS
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    • I have the HP 7505 and can confirm this is a great daily use CPU.

      With a second stick of Ram you can do some light gaming.

      A Zen 3 laptop would likely have better igpu performance though.
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    • instant buy if it was 17in!
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    • Hugh wrote: specs on the Microsoft site surely have a typo: the horizontal resolution must be 1920, not 1980.

      I wonder if the display is the 250 nit TN or the 300 nit IPS. I think that that matters a lot.

      Lenovo's site doesn't recognize 82H801GGUS
      Per amazon, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09LHZFWGD/re ... KJHE43D8Z8, it is an IPS.

      Also, searching on Lenovo products, of all the "82H801G...", there's only 1 with the same processor and it has "15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 300nits Anti-glare". Of all the "82H801G..." that has IPS display, all are 300 nits.

      This leads me to believe this laptop will have "15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 300nits Anti-glare".
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    • UNIdays has 10% btw
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    • bam136 wrote: UNIdays has 10% btw
      Can I please get a code through PM? Thanks
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    • Very similar performance.

      You're paying 100$ for more RAM and touch screen.
      This lenovo is 1080p while Bestbuy is 720p
      This has AX wifi, while Bestbuy has AC

      It's not clear if the Bestbuy has 2 sticks or RAM or 1, but the Lenovo has 1, so you'd want to add a stick to it.

      Both are running Windows S mode, so you'll want to reinstall Windows to get out of it and also remove all the bloat.

      jillaryit wrote: Per amazon, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09LHZFWGD/re ... KJHE43D8Z8, it is an IPS.

      Also, searching on Lenovo products, of all the "82H801G...", there's only 1 with the same processor and it has "15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 300nits Anti-glare". Of all the "82H801G..." that has IPS display, all are 300 nits.

      This leads me to believe this laptop will have "15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 300nits Anti-glare".
      That listing also says "UP to 1TB system memory "
      When did they start making registered sodimms...
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    • PerformingAzura wrote: Very similar performance.

      You're paying 100$ for more RAM and touch screen.
      This lenovo is 1080p while Bestbuy is 720p
      This has AX wifi, while Bestbuy has AC

      It's not clear if the Bestbuy has 2 sticks or RAM or 1, but the Lenovo has 1, so you'd want to add a stick to it.

      Both are running Windows S mode, so you'll want to reinstall Windows to get out of it and also remove all the bloat.
      Best Buy Lenovo has a French English keyboard which is not preferred by many users on RFD
      Full specifications from Lenovo PSREF site
      https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/IdeaPad ... 81WR000ECF

      Memory
      4GB Soldered DDR4-2666 + 4GB SO-DIMM DDR4-2666
      Memory Slots
      One memory soldered to systemboard, one DDR4 SO-DIMM slot, dual-channel capable
      Max Memory
      Up to 12GB (4GB soldered + 8GB SO-DIMM) DDR4-2666 offering (Intel Core models)


      Also Switching out of S mode in Windows does not require a reinstall
      https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/win ... 1bfb28a307
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    • Dhanushan wrote:

      Also Switching out of S mode in Windows does not require a reinstall
      https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/win ... 1bfb28a307
      You're still left with the bloat.
      Switching out of S mode also requires a MS account.

      I didn't want to create a burner MS account, so for me reinstalling Windows as a 2in1 for me.

      No need to worry about keys or anything. After a fresh install Windows just activated on its own.
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    • PerformingAzura wrote: Very similar performance.

      You're paying 100$ for more RAM and touch screen.
      This lenovo is 1080p while Bestbuy is 720p
      This has AX wifi, while Bestbuy has AC

      It's not clear if the Bestbuy has 2 sticks or RAM or 1, but the Lenovo has 1, so you'd want to add a stick to it.

      Both are running Windows S mode, so you'll want to reinstall Windows to get out of it and also remove all the bloat.

      do you think the RAM is worth it?


      That listing also says "UP to 1TB system memory "
      When did they start making registered sodimms...
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    • bam136 wrote: UNIdays has 10% btw
      jillaryit wrote: Can I please get a code through PM? Thanks
      There's no code, it's a direct link. It doesn't work anyway, I tried it. Discount only applies to select items.
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