Cyber Week Deals In Tablets And Computers – Through Sunday December 6

The actual Monday in Cyber Monday have passed, but a lot of sales are still ongoing for tablets and other computers and computer gear under the umbrella of Cyber Week.

The sales campaigns for Cyber Week differ from store to store, with some rolling out new products for sale every day, while others differ from the time they'll end the sales. But a few of the have some significant discounts on their tablets or computer products, so it might be worth checking out if your shopping list is still unfulfilled.

Lenovo has kept Cyber Monday week rolloing over from Cyber Monday, though the selection and prices are liable to change a little, especially for the doorbuster deals. But even some of the newest Lenovo tablets are on sale, along with some of their most powerful computers.

HP actually has some of the highest discounts in general, with new daily doorbusters every day. So it's a good place to start your search if you need a new laptop.

It's possible to get a modern and very powerful laptop in the $500 range with HP's Cyber Week sales, so that's worth checking out.

Samsung keeps having Cyber Week campaigns until Sunday, but as always, they are the best on trade-ins. And their greatest deals are on larger products in the $1000 – $3000 range.

Microsoft has sales in general since they have a pretty expansive store now. But the deals are still more on bundles and offers like $100 credit for customers, towards other items in Microsoft Store. You can save a lot on computer games this time of year though, so that's a good opportunity to stretch your money there.

Amazon's tablet deals ended on Tuesday. So all that's left now are deals on tablet accessories, of which there are quite a lot though.

It's strange to see that a lot of people continue to buy the old and overpriced Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 to the extent that it has actually made the top 10 bestseller list. Potential buyers should know that this tablet was launched in 2019, and that it's been replaced by the cheaper Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite 8.7.

– Tom Bowen