You can pick up a budget Dell laptop for under £99 on eBay right now thanks to an incredible Black Friday deal.
One retailer is selling refurbished 12-inch Latitude laptops. These ex-business have been professionally refurbished and spray painted by professional engineers and technicians.
You're able to fully customise the laptop's spec, with options to choose the colour, processor, RAM size, hard drive capacity, and even the operating system.
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The vendors claim the price has been reduced from £799 to £119.99, a saving of £679.01. You can get an additional 20% off using the code BETTER20, which works out as a discount of £24. This brings the price down to £96 in total. Check out the deal on eBay
It's worth noting that the screen only has a 1366 x 768 resolution so you won't get to take advantage of things like 4K video, but that's to be expected given the bargain price.
Dell's official website also has a range of Black Friday laptop deals, meaning you can nab a brand new computer for a bargain. For example, the Inspiron 15 laptop is £248.80 down from £328.80, while the Chromebook 3110 has had nearly a £150 discount bringing it down to £349.44.
Cyberpunk 2077 on sale for less than £20 in bumper Black Friday Playstation deal
Although Black Friday isn't officially until this Friday, 25th November, there are already a ton of deals available via online retailers.
One of our favourite Black Friday tech deals right now can be found at Sony's online Playstation Store, where triple-AAA title Cyberpunk 2077 is currently on offer for under £20.
However, just make sure that you're actually getting a good deal when you shop in the sales this year. Martin Lewis, founder of MoneySavingExpert, warned consumers: "My Black Friday shopping memo… if you were going to buy it anyway and it's half price, you've saved 50%. If you weren't going to buy it, but do because it's half price you've wasted 100%."
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