Lenovo is perhaps most well-known for its manufacturing of high quality laptops and tablets. Most Lenovo products aren’t though of as “budget-friendly”, so to speak. You buy a Lenovo laptop when you’re looking for something durable, high-quality, and sleek. That often means that you have to spend a little extra money than you would spend on, say, a Dell laptop. That changes on Black Friday, though. During this national shopping holiday, Lenovo issues price cuts on some of the products that they sell through their website. How deep are these cuts, exactly?
Luckily, we have recently been given the chance to find out without having to wait until the last second. Lenovo’s biggest Black Friday deals were recently leaked, and in this article, I’ll share all of them with you! I will be able to get to all of their leaked deals today, but if you would still like to view their complete ad scan for yourself, you simply need to scroll to the bottom of this article and click the image of the Lenovo flyer. By doing so, you’ll initiate the download of the leaked list of deals. Without further ado, I think it’s time to take a closer look at these bargains!
Best Lenovo 2016 Black Friday Deals:
- Lenovo Ideapad Y700 15″ Gaming PC Laptop for $749.99. One of the greatest things that this company produces, in my opinion, is the gaming laptop. They create good-looking gaming machines that aren’t too cumbersome or gaudy, and this ideapad is a perfect example of that. This is $250 off of normal pricing, too, so it’s a solid deal all around.
- Lenovo ThinkPad 14″ X1 Carbon for $888.30. The ThinkPad is arguably one of their more iconic product lines, and this tough ultrabook is a worthy addition to said line. You’re saying $380.70 on this impressive discount.
- Lenovo Yoga 900 13″ 2-in-1 Laptop with Watchband Hinge for $999.99, which is $200 off. I mentioned before how the ThinkPad is one of the more iconic Lenovo lines. The Yoga is another huge one. 2-in-1 laptops are still really popular, and many reviewers believe that you can’t get much better than the Yoga.
- Lenovo ThinkPad T460s 14″ Ultrabook for $762.30, for $362.70 in savings. This is yet another ultrabook that would be a fine addition to anyone’s workstation. Considering the generous price cut, it’s certainly a tempting one, too.
- Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 510S 23″ All-in-One Computer with Advanced In-Cell Touch Technology for $699.99. People tend to buy tech with convenience in mind, and in my opinion, all-in-one desktops are almost as convenient as you can get. This is $200 off of their typical web price.
- Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 14.1″ 2-in-1 Laptop for $1,084.30, which is $464.70 off. This is the most expensive product that this company will be discounting during Black Friday, and although it may seem like a steep price, you need to consider the fact that this is considered by some to be Lenovo’s magnum opus. It is a fine piece of tech, and obviously you’re expected to pay accordingly.
- Lenovo Yoga Tab Pro 10.1″ Tablet with Integrated Projector for $399.99. That is $100 off of standard pricing. If you like the idea of a Yoga, but you’re not too keen on the idea of a pricey 2-in-1 laptop, then this Yoga tablet is perfect for you.
- Lenovo ThinkCentre M700 TINY Desktop for $300.30, which is $98.70 off of its web price. Aha! I knew that this company made desktop computers! This desktop is ready to be put to work in a variety of professional and academic settings, and its small form factor makes it economical in more ways than one.
- Lenovo Ideapad 110 15.6″ Laptop for $299.99, which is $50 off. With that, we are brought to the least expensive product available for purchase during this sale. This laptop is hardy and well-built, and although it may not perform on the same level as some of the other laptops mentioned today, it should still be able to give you a satisfactory (and affordable) performance.
- Lenovo Ideapad Flex 4 14″ 2-in-1 Laptop for $549.99, for a whopping $400 discount.. As it turns out, this manufacturer doesn’t just create 2-in-1 laptops that cost an arm and a leg. This is an affordable, more budget-friendly 2-in-1 laptop that will deliver a performance that is sure to impress.
As you can see, Lenovo has put forth some pretty generous discounts on their laptops, tablets, and desktop computers! Like I said before, these products are generally more expensive than others, so Black Friday is really your greatest opportunity to pick up their stuff without having to break the bank. Whether you’re shopping yourself or with someone in mind, I think that any tech lover will find something of interest to them in this sale. If you would like to view the leaked flyer for yourself, simply scroll to the bottom of this article and click the image of the Lenovo ad scan in order to download it. Happy hunting, everyone!
Lenovo Black Friday Hours & FAQs:
When does Lenovo open for Black Friday?
You’re not going to like hearing this, but they still hasn’t told anyone when they’re going to open up these deals for purchase. They haven’t said when they plan on winding the sale down, either. If you’re looking to take advantage of these, you will need to stay sort of vigilant and keep an eye out for an announcement from this retailer.
Can you shop online or is it in-store only?
Although you can buy their laptops in different stores, there is no such thing as a physical Lenovo-only store. This sale, whenever it occurs, will take place exclusively on their website.
What is the Lenovo return policy?
As with any major electronic company, their return policy is kind of complicated. They generally accept returns from items within 30 days of purchase, but obviously that is subject to change based upon factors like item condition, reason for return, and so on. If you’re interested in learning more about their return policy, I suggest that you visit their website.
If you would like to view the full Black Friday 2016 ad for Lenovo, then all you have to do is click the image below to see the complete ad scan.