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Save up to $150 on a new Intel-powered laptop during Black Friday at Sam’s Club

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TL;DR: Save up to $150 on a brand-new Intel laptop at Sam’s Club from Nov. 25 – 29.


If you’ve been waiting until the end of the year to splurge on a new laptop for work or play, you’re in luck. Black Friday deals are upon us, and they’re oh-so-sweet.

From Nov. 25-29, you can save up to $150 on select Intel-powered laptops at Sam’s Club. If you’re not sure which laptop is ideal for your needs, read on for our picks.

HP Chromebook x360 with a 14-inch touchscreen, Intel Celeron 4020, 4GB of memory (save $80)

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If your laptop needs are pretty basic — web browsing, email, word processing — and you’re devoted to your Google account, then a Chromebook might be perfect for you. And as a bonus, they’re perfectly priced. You can snag a Chromebook for much less than a full-featured laptop. This 14-inch HP Chromebook is a convertible laptop with an all-day battery that is perfect for on-the-go working and playing.

ASUS 15.6-inch HD Chromebook, Intel Celeron N3350 Processor, with 4GB of memory and 32GB eMMC storage (save $40)

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Credit: ASUS

Love the idea of a Chromebook, but want something a little bigger? Then try the ASUS 15.6-inch HD Chromebook. It’s got a slightly larger screen but isn’t a convertible laptop, so it’s more suited to tasks that need a full keyboard, such as email and word processors.

HP 17.3-inch HD laptop, 11th Generation Intel Core i7 processor with 8GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD (save $150)

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Credit: HP

If you need a powerhouse laptop, then the HP 17.3-inch is the way to go. Its slim profile makes it easy to pack up and get on the road, but it’s got all the features you need to get you through your day, whether you’re streaming movies, making video calls, or keeping up with the latest developments on social media.

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