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Cyber Monday PC Deals

Cyber Monday is well known for its deals on expensive electronics, and that includes PCs. Whether you’re buying a new PC for a very lucky giftee or looking to upgrade yourself, there are plenty of deals to take advantage of: almost too many!

It can be difficult to tell what are actual deals and what may be manufacturers trying to offload older inventory for cheap. We’re here to help with the best Cyber Monday deals of the year!

PCs and Laptops

The holiday season is a great time to get a new PC for cheap, and with shortages still a concern, it’s a good year to buy a pre-built rig instead of trying to build your own.

But a pre-built PC doesn’t mean you have to settle. The major manufacturers hold big blowout Cyber Monday sales that let you customize your computer to your exact specifications.

If you just need a laptop that works, though, and don’t want to fiddle with specs and figuring out components, there are still some great options on sale:

Not sure which laptop to grab? Our best laptops and best Linux laptops roundups can help!

Lenovo Cyber Monday Deals

Lenovo has a great selection of Cyber Monday doorbusters for laptops, tablets, and more. If you’re looking to upgrade, you’ll be sure to find something here.

PC Components

Now ready for a full PC upgrade? You can still save on PC components during Cyber Monday. While you can’t expect to find new GPUs at a discount, if you’re trying to find a new tower, a motherboard, or anything in between, you can find some savings if you look in the right place.

If you want to browse, check out Newegg’s Cyber Monday deals—they’re always one of the best retailers to go for PC components.

Newegg Cyber Monday Deals

At Newegg, you can save on towers, PC components, laptops, and plenty more. They’re one of the best places to shop for PC parts on Cyber Monday!

PC Accessories

Not everyone needs a brand new PC, but almost everyone can enjoy a fancy new mechanical keyboard or a better mouse. Luckily, many top brands offer some of the best products at a deep discount. You can see what’s on sale on each manufacturer’s Amazon store page:

Still not sure which accessory to pick up? Our best keyboards and best mice roundups can give you a good idea of what to grab.

Let’s not forget other accessories, such as webcams or capture cards—you can get great discounts on these helpful PC items, too. If you finally need to finish your work-from-home or streaming setup, now is your chance.

SteelSeries Premier Gaming Bundle

Need to upgrade all of your PC accessories? SteelSeries’ Gaming Bundle is only $100 at Target, and includes everything you need to deck out your gaming PC.

Looking for More Deals?

If you’re looking for even more great Cyber Monday deals, check out our other roundups:

Our sister sites Review Geek and LifeSavvy also have some great deals roundups to check out!

Finally, you can head on over to our Holiday 2021 Gift Guide, where you can learn about all sorts of great products, regardless of whether they’re on sale or not.

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Elizabeth Henges is the Commerce Editor for How-To Geek. She has close to a decade's experience reporting on tech, gaming, and gadgets. Elizabeth has had her commerce work featured on XDA Developers, The Inventory, and more. She has also written for publications The Washington Post and The Verge.
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