Laptop deal: save up to $620 on Lenovo notebook and tablets

Chromebooks from $99 and up to $620 off the latest laptops and tablets from Lenovo

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Looking for a new laptop for the new year? Lenovo has some sweet deals going on in their post-holiday sales, with $300 off a thin-and-light laptop, $620 off a powerful 2-in-1 laptop, and a Chromebook for $99. If you need some help choosing the right laptop for you, take a look at our guide to choosing the right laptop for you

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Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5: was $1079.99, now $754.99
(opens in new tab)Looking for a simple, straightforward laptop that won't weigh you down? Save $325 on the IdeaPad Flex 5. It weighs less than 4 lbs and is less than an inch thick. It is powered by an 11th gen Intel i7 processor, so it has enough computing chops to handle most tasks. 


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Lenovo Yoga C940: was $1399.99, now $779.99 (opens in new tab)
The Yoga C940 is a 2-in-1 laptop, which means you can use it as a tablet, or flip out the keyboard and use it as a normal laptop. It's got a great screen to match, making it perfect for photo editing or other hands-on tasks. And a $620 saving makes it all the more attractive: that's nearly 45% off the normal price. 

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Lenovo 10e Chromebook: was $334, now $99 (opens in new tab)
Need a simple device to distract the kids with streaming media or playing games? This Lenovo 10e Chromebook tablet is perfect, and at $99, you won't even be mad if the kids break it. Well, not too mad, anyway. The 10e is a no-frills Chreombook which comes without a keyboard, but you can add a clip-on one for $40 (opens in new tab). Plus, like all Chromebooks, you get access to Google Docs and other services for more serious stuff. 

Richard Baguley
Richard Baguley

Richard Baguley has been writing about technology since the 1990s, when he left a promising career in high finance to work on Amiga Format magazine for Future. It has been downhill for him ever since, writing for publications such as PC World, Wired and Reviewed.com. He has tested gadgets as diverse as 3D printers to washing machines. For T3, he covers laptops, smartphones, and many other topics. He lives near Boston in the USA with his wife, one dog, and an indeterminate number of cats.