Lenovo’s Black Friday Week

Lenovo have launched a lot of new tablets lately and is looking to clear out inventory of old models and sell more of their newest ones. So Lenovo’s own website have joined the Black Friday Week with a sale that ends on Sunday, November 30.

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There are 12 Lenovo tablets that are on sale this week. Some of the price cut’s are okay, while some are not price cuts at all, and some of these tablets won’t ship for up to 3 weeks, so if you decide to buy something, be careful what you order.


Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 8 w/ Android is cut by $20 and costs $229 this week, while the Yoga Tablet 2 10 is cut by $30 and costs $269. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is cut by $30 too, down to $469.

On the Windows side, the Yoga Tablet 2 13 is cut by $100 and sells for $599. The Yoga Tablet 2 10 is cut by $30 as well, and sells for $369. And finally the Yoga class is over with a $20 sale on the 8-inch version, now selling for $279.

The Thinkpad Tablet 10 is cut from $599 to $469, while the old ThinkPad Helix is considerably cut from $1549 to $699, but this is last year’s model, so nobody wants that anyway. The new ThinkPad Helix 2 meanwhile is only given a $70 cut, from $1049 to $979, incidentally the same as the launch price.

The small 7-inch budget tablet Lenovo A7 sees a price cut from $169 to $94.99 though. While the 8-inch Lenovo S8 is sold for $199, in what Lenovo describes as a $50 price cut, with the Lenovo A10 also selling for $199, in what is described as a $100 worth of money saved.

Actually the average price for the Lenovo A10 have been $169 the last three weeks, even if the price fluctuates a lot, and even the launch price was only $249. So unless you really want one of these Lenovo tablets in particular, I’d hang in there until Thursday and Friday, when more interesting deals goes online.

Link to: Lenovo’s store.

– Tom Bowen

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