Best Amazon Prime Day deals: don't miss these final discounts on top tech like laptops, TVs, gaming, and more

Best Amazon Prime Day deals: don’t miss these final discounts on top tech like laptops, TVs, gaming, and more

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I’m usually not one to spend a small fortune on headphones, but I finally broke down earlier this year with Sony’s WH-1000XM5. I wanted a great set of noise-cancelling headphones for long workdays, and the XM5s have delivered like crazy. For just over $50 off, these are a great buy through Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale.

The XM5s offer probably the best noise cancellation you can get your hands on in a set of headphones. What’s more, they can be connected to two devices at once with automatic switching back and forth. This is great for stayting connected to your PC during the workday but still being able to quickly take a call with a low barrier.

The touch controls are responsive, there’s Google Assistant support on board, and the sound quality is seriously amazing. Do yourself a favor if you have the cash to burn and pick these up while they’re on sale.

LG C1 Series 55-inch OLED TV

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The LG C1 OLED is one of the best TVs you can get your hands on. For Xbox Series X|S and PS5 owners, it also happens to be perhaps the best pick when it comes to features for your console as well. And now, you can save just over $1,000 on one through Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale.

The LG C1 OLED packs everything you need to take advantage of the latest generation of consoles. You’ve got 120Hz support, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, variable refresh rate, and a low latency mode for gaming. That’s combined with a gorgeous OLED screen that makes movies, TV shows, and, yes, games look amazing.

The $1,000 discount is available for the 65-inch model, which gives you a ton of screen real estate for your whole library, and even a ton of the latest Game Pass games.

Logitech StreamCam

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Logitech is a household name for a reason. The company has been making great computer accessories for years, and they’re virtually the default decision when it comes to webcams. With the Amazon Prime Early Access sale, you can get your hands on one of Logitech’s best: the StreamCam.

The Logitech StreamCam comes with a suite of cool features aimed right at content creators. You’ve got a 1080p HD resolution at 60 FPS, great autofocus, and a subtle, fabric-y look that works great for blending in. Moreover, it comes with a tripod mount on the bottom for those times you may want to set it up somewhere other than the top of your monitor.

With Logitech’s accompanying software, you can easily adjust the StreamCam’s settings to make yourself look great in different lighting conditions as well. There’s even an auto-framing feature that will move the feed with you to make sure you’re always in the center of the frame.

For $130 instead of its usual $170 price tag, this is an easy buy if you’ve been meaning to upgrade your webcam.

GameSir X2 Controller

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Xbox Cloud Gaming is taking off, and many people are jumping on board for gaming on the go with just a phone. But a phone’s small display gets smaller when you have to use on-screen controls, and holding a slim phone isn’t exactly comfortable. That’s where the GameSir X2 Pro comes in.

The GameSir X2 Pro attaches to your Android phone and provides Xbox-licensed dedicated controls, turning your device into something like a Nintendo Switch or Steam Deck. Along with the controls you already know from Xbox gaming, it has a heatsink integrated with the clamp to keep your phone cool. 

It’s currently 20% off during Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale, bringing the total price down to $64. It’s available in White and Black colors.

Razer Blackshark V2

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Razer makes a ton of high-quality PC and console accessories, with a bevy of mice, keyboards, headsets, and more to offer. The BlackShark V2 represents a renewal of an older brand, made modern with 50mm TriForce titanium drivers, compatibility with PC and console, and a unidirectional microphone that delivers clear audio to your friends. It’s super lightweight, it’s comfortable even during long play sessions, and the THX spatial audio adds that extra layer for supported games.

Razer gear doesn’t usually come cheap, as they seem to know how good their lineup really is. The BlackShark V2 regularly costs about $100, but it’s been knocked down to just $66.49 for the next couple of days. Pick one up if you’ve been meaning to upgrade your audio experience.

Zotac Gaming GTX 1660 Super

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The last couple years have been extremely hard on anyone trying to navigate the GPU market, with prices through the roof and stock anywhere but on the shelves. That’s all changed in recent months as the value of cryptocurrency fell drastically, and many PC gamers are now able to get their hands on one of the most important parts of their build.

If you’re looking for a GPU that can handle 1080p gaming at or above 60FPS with modern titles, the GTX 1660 Super is likely going to be the best option for the asking price. Zotac’s version of the GTX 1660 Super has a dual-fan cooling setup, 1,785MHz clock speed, and takes up two expansion slots. It’s ideal for more compact builds that don’t have a ton of room. 

Regularly priced at $290, it’s down to $200 at Amazon during the Prime Early Access sale. That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen at Amazon.

Dell Inspiron lineup 2022

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Inspiron is Dell’s more affordable alternative to the XPS lineup, and while there are some XPS laptops on sale during Amazon’s Prime Early Access event, this might be the best deal I’ve seen so far. 

The Inspiron 14 5420 has a slim build but holds onto plenty of ports, including dual Thunderbolt 4, HDMI, USB-A, and an SD card reader. The keyboard stretches from side to side, and there’s a sizable touchpad below. Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 are on board for wireless connectivity.

Whereas a lot of affordable laptops cheap out on the display, the 5420 has a 14-inch screen with 16:10 aspect ratio, 2240×1400 (2.2K) resolution, about 300 nits brightness, and anti-glare finish. As for performance hardware, it’s sporting a 12th Gen Intel Core i5-1235U CPU with 10 cores, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD. Regularly priced at $800, you can pick it up right now for $680.

Dell 24.5-inch gaming monitor

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There have been some tasty GPU and gaming PC deals already flying by today, and we know that some of you are no doubt looking for a new high-performance gaming monitor to accompany the new performance hardware. If you’re looking to focus more on refresh rate than size, Dell’s 24.5-inch S2522HG monitor might be the ticket.

This monitor boasts a 240Hz refresh rate for its 1080p panel, as well as a 1ms GtG response time. Those are some great specs to pair up with a new GPU, and the addition of NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium means you don’t have to choose a specific card for the extra reduction in screen tearing and stuttering. Regularly priced at $300, this monitor is currently down to $200 at Amazon.

Lenovo Yoga 7i 14 and 16 (Gen 7)

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Lenovo’s Yoga 9i 14 (Gen 7) is our top pick when it comes to the best Windows laptops, but it’s extremely expensive and has a lot of features that not everyone needs to pay for. Lenovo also offers a mid-range alternative known as the Yoga 7i 14 (Gen 7), with an excellent build quality and strong performance in its own right.

The Yoga 7i 14 (Gen 7) has rounded edges, huge touchpad, comfy keyboard, quad speakers with Dolby Atmos, high-res touch display with Dolby Vision, and FHD camera with IR for facial recognition. It’s powered by a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1255U CPU, 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, a 512GB M.2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, and Intel Iris Xe integrated graphics. The 14-inch touch display has a 2240×1400 (2.2K) resolution and 100% sRGB color.

Regularly priced at $1,420, Lenovo has cut off about $395 to bring the total price down to $1,025. This is a great option if you’ve been waiting to get your hands on a modern convertible PC with excellent specs and features.

Dell XPS 13 Plus (9320) for 2022

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Dell is hosting its own two-day sales event while Amazon has its Prime Early Access sale, and those looking to get their hands on an XPS laptop should definitely check it out. One deal that caught our attention is on the XPS 13 Plus (9320), which is Dell’s most premium 13-inch laptop. 

What makes it so great? The 13.4-inch FHD+ display has a 60Hz refresh rate and excellent color reproduction and contrast, the keyboard, haptic touchpad, and speakers are all top-tier, and it has one of the best designs currently on the market. 

This specific model has a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1260P CPU, 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, a 512GB M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD, and Intel’s integrated Iris Xe graphics. Instead of the regular (and fairly steep) $1,699 price, this XPS 13 Plus is down to $1,349. That’s a much more reasonable cost that puts it in line with a lot of lesser laptops that Dell has to offer.

Samsung 980 Pro

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Samsung’s 980 Pro is one of the best M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSDs you can buy right now in terms of durability and performance, but these drives generally cost more than competing SSDs that come very close to measuring up.

That’s all changed thanks to Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale, which has the 2TB version of the 980 Pro down to just $190. That’s 50% off the regular $380 price tag. The M.2 SSD is capable of hitting read speeds up to 7,000MB/s and write speeds up to 5,000 MB/s, plus its endurance is rated at 1,200 TBW with a five-year warranty. Whether you’re building a new PC or upgrading an older one (with PCIe 4.0 capabilities), this drive will change your life.

HP Omen 40L

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Amazon might have a lot of the focus today, but a bunch of other major retailers are also hosting flash sales. Best Buy in particular has a bunch of great deals on gaming laptops and PCs from major manufacturers. The HP Omen 40L caught our eye in part thanks to the huge discount and in part thanks to the hefty amount of performance hardware inside.

This model, which is regularly priced at $1,450, is down to just $1,050. It has inside a 12th Gen Intel Core i5-12400F CPU, 16GB of HyperX DDR4 RAM, a 1TB M.2 PCIe SSD, and a NVIDIA RTX 3060 graphics card for excellent upper mid-range performance. It’s all contained in a sleek 40L tower with RGB lighting and decent airflow. Considering last year you were paying this much or more for the GPU alone, a whole gaming PC for just more than $1,000 is a great deal.

AmazonBasics 6-outlet surge protector

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Amazon’s Prime Early Access event is full of high-profile tech items on sale for hundreds of dollars off the regular price, but let’s not forget about the small accessories that can make a huge difference. One of our colleagues fried some tech in his office over the weekend, and we don’t want you to do the same.

This six-outlet surge protector power bar is the key, at least as long as you don’t need more than 1,000 joules of suppression. The power strip has six regular outlets as well as two USB-A ports to charge accessories. It’s regularly priced at about $17, but it’s currently down to less than $12.

LG gram 16Z90Q

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LG’s lineup of gram Ultrabooks includes some of the thinnest and lightest PCs on the market today. And not only are they super easy to carry around with you, they also pack in a ton of high-end features. The 16-inch LG gram 16Z90Q in particular includes dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, microSD card reader, 1080p webcam with IR facial recognition, comfy keyboard, and enormous touchpad.

It’s powered by a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1260P CPU with Intel Evo, 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, a 256GB M2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, and an 80Wh battery, giving you the right performance for 2022. 

To top things off, it has a 16-inch display with 16:10 aspect ratio, QHD+ resolution, and 99% DCI-P3 color reproduction. If you’re searching for a premium laptop with up-to-date hardware, the LG gram 16 is currently down to $1,000 from the regular price of $1,450. That’s $450 off!

Vivobook S14

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We’ve already seen plenty of high-end laptops go on sale and get a bunch of attention, but there are also some more affordable laptops getting even cheaper with Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale. One budget laptop in particular is the ASUS VivoBook S14 (S433). It’s our value pick when it comes to the best ASUS laptops, offering up a lightweight build, strong battery life, decent port selection, and capable performance.

This specific model on sale is configured with an 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7 CPU, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 14-inch FHD display, making it cut out for productivity work and media consumption. Instead of the regular $730 price tag, it’s down to $590 for a savings of $140. It’s a great option if you need a laptop for around the house or the kids need something new for school.

Zotac RTX 3060 Ti

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Remember last year when no one could find a good graphics card to buy, on sale or not? Yeah, us too. That has thankfully changed this year as the value of crypto took a dive, allowing PC gamers to get their hands on new GPUs without overpaying. In fact, the GPU market has healed up so much that we’re again seeing deals on cards.

The Zotac Gaming Twin Edge OC RTX 3060 Ti, a GPU that can easily handle modern AAA games at high framerates even in 1440p, is currently enjoying a 25% discount during Amazon’s Prime Early Access event. Instead of the regular $530 asking price, you’ll instead pay just $400. If you’ve been waiting awhile to upgrade your PC or build something new, this is a fantastic mid-range card even in the face of NVIDIA’s RTX 40-series GPUs being launched.

TP-Link Deco P9

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Broadcasting seamless Wi-Fi to your entire house isn’t always easy. Radio signals get lost on their around corners and down hallways, and the farthest corners from your router might not be getting a proper signal. That’s an issue for anyone frequenting those corners, say in a bedroom or a basement. A popular solution is mesh Wi-Fi, which generally includes a number of nodes to complement a router, all broadcasting the same signal from different areas.

TP-Link’s Deco P9 (AC1200) is a fairly powerful option, offering coverage for up to 6,000 square feet (give or take some feet, as this is a claim made by TP-Link). The system is easy to set up, and it includes two nodes and one main router. It’s a dual-band system, but its AV1000 powerline backhaul channel means you don’t have to worry about slowdowns when the nodes are talking to each other. Regularly priced at $230, it’s now down to just $150 for Amazon’s Prime Early Access event.

Crucial P5 Plus Review

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We’ve already seen a lot of great storage deals from Amazon’s Prime Early Access event, but this is one of the best if you’re looking to upgrade or build a new PC. We reviewed the Crucial P5 Plus earlier this year, noting that its price-to-performance ratio is about the best that you’re going to find. That’s even more true now that the regular $100 price tag for the 500GB model has been slashed down to $58 for a 42% saving.

This M.2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, in our testing, hit about 6,400MB/s read and 5,060MB/s write speeds, making it ideal for gaming or general large file transfers. These SSDs come with a five-year warranty and a 300TBW rating, meaning you can expect to get a lot of use out of the drive without worrying about durability.

Eufy Video Doorbell

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Eufy’s new video doorbell has TWO cameras on it: One for looking at who is at your door (or your front yard) and another to keep an eye on any packages that were delivered. 

Even better is this new doorbell is getting a BIG 25% discount for Amazon Prime members!

Eufy makes two versions of the dual doorbell, the wired one (seen here) and the one that relies on a battery for non-wired setups. You can see the battery-powered version and more cool Eufy security essentials that are on sale in this post

Samsung T7 Shield Review

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Samsung’s T7 Shield Portable SSD is now on sale for a whopping $119 off at Amazon! That’s a steep discount that nets you 2TB of external solid-state storage for just $171. The T7 Shield is an excellent external drive, and we noted in our review that it has some of the best read and write speeds from a portable USB-C drive. All that comes packed in a ruggedized form factor that delivers dust and water resistance, drop protection, and extra AES encryption and password protection. 

LG 27UK500-B UHD 4K gaming monitor

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LG’s 27-inch 4K LG 27UK500-B is a bargain given the features this monitor offers. This IPS panel comes with a 4K resolution screen that can support 98% of the wide sRGB color space and it has HDR10 support, making it a solid companion for content creators and photo editors looking for an inexpensive display for work. The panel is also great for casual gaming with AMD FreeSync technology built in. 

LG UltraGear ultra-wide monitor

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Go wide or go home! Well, you’ll definitely want to play at home with LG’s ultra-wide QHD UltraGear monitor. This UWQHD panel comes in at 34 inches, but unlike some cheaper FHD alternatives, you’re getting much better resolution. Discounted by 15% for Prime Day, the LG 34GP63A-B comes in at $339. At this price, you’re getting an immersive experience with a curved display, 160Hz refresh rate panel, and 2440 x 1440 pixels of resolution. 

Razer Kiyo X webcam

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Go get your stream on with Razer’s Kiyo X webcam! This terrific 1080p streaming webcam is now in sale for just $47 as part of Amazon’s Prime Day sale, giving it a savings of more than 40%! The Kiyo X earned solid marks in our review with its solid performance and features, and Razer gamers will be able to integrate the webcam with the Synapse 3 software. 

HP all-in-one computer

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With a sculptural stand and a 21.5-inch display, HP’s compact all-in-one desktop is a great addition to a design-centric home, small spaces, and dorm rooms. Even though back-to-school season is well behind us this year, the HP AIO 21.5-inch’s sub-$500 price for Prime Day makes it a great buy for college students still on the hunt for a great desktop or a larger screen. The micro-edge display with minimal bezels give this desktop a modern look, and the built-in soundbar at the bottom gives you a terrific experience for consuming videos and listening in on video conference calls. This affordable desktop is powered by AMD’s Ryzen 3 processor and comes with a 256GB SSD. 

The HP Victus

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HP’s 15-inch Victus gaming laptop is now nearly 40% off for Prime Day, making it a huge bargain for those who want a solid gaming laptop. The Victus comes with Intel’s 12th Gen Core i5-12500H processor, 8GB of memory, and a 512GB solid-state drive alongside discrete Nvidia RTX 3050 graphics. The only downside is the weight, and the Victus comes in at 7.54 pounds. 

Intel Core i7-12700

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Intel’s 12th Gen desktop processors are now on sale with a deep 20% discount as part of Amazon’s Prime Day extravaganza. Choose between Intel’s 12th Gen Core i7-12700KF or Intel’s Core i9-12900KF silicon for this promo. The latter delivers 16 cores of processing power and 24 threads, making it ideal for heavy gaming. 

The 2021 HP Envy x360 15.

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HP’s stealthy black-clad Ryzen-powered Envy x360 convertible is a stellar laptop that notched some great marks in our review. And now, with Amazon’s Prime Day promo, you’ll see a savings of nearly $150, taking 18% off the retail price of this notebook. Now at $679, you’re getting a Ryzen 7 5825U processor under the hood, 8GB RAM, and a 512GB SSD in a gorgeous aluminum-clad design. This is a solid notebook for content creators with great performance, long battery life, and an outstanding keyboard and trackpad experience. 

The Acer Aspire 5 A515-56.

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Would you believe us if we told you that you can get a solid laptop for under $400? Well, feast your eyes! Acer’s Aspire 5 A515 notebook comes in at $389 as part of Amazon’s Prime Day promo. This sub-$400 laptop delivers plenty of punch for those on a budget, as we found out when we reviewed the notebook. The laptop is powered by AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors. At this price, you’re getting a 256GB SSD, USB-C support, and 8GB DDR4 RAM. 


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If you’re looking to upgrade an existing desktop, you may want to consider AMD’s Ryzen processor. Though the Ryzen 5000 series is now a few generations old given that the flagship Ryzen 7000 series recently launched, it still delivers great performance for those who don’t always need the latest and greatest tech. This powerful silicon is now nearly 50% off as part of Amazon’s Prime Day sale, bringing the price of the Ryzen 5 5600X 6-core, 12-Thread CPU down from $309 to just $164. 

Lenovo Legion 5i Pro Right Profile Storm Grey

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Get your game on! Who said gaming notebooks have to cost an arm and a leg? Lenovo’s Legion 5i gaming laptop is an excellent bargain for Amazon’s Prime Day celebration, which knocks nearly 25% off of the retail price for a mobile gaming rig that comes with a discrete GPU. 

Now priced at $1,099 and down from $1,449, you’ll get Intel’s 11th Gen Core i7 processor alongside Nvidia’s discrete GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics on this 17.3-inch laptop. The Legion 5i comes with a FHD display panel and is available in Phantom Blue for this sale. 

Eero Pro 6 Lifestyle

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Suffering from dropped Wi-Fi at home? A wireless mesh network can help extend your router’s range to the furthest corners of your home, making it a great way to combat dropped signals and dead zones. 

With Prime Day, you can score some terrific deals on a number of excellent mesh systems, like Amazon’s own Eero Pro 6. Normally $400, a two-pack of the Pro 6 router is now just $259, or a savings of 35%! That’s a steep $140 discount that will help you stay productive and connected. And if you have a larger home, a three-pack version of the mesh network is now $389, down from $599. 

Alienware AW2523HF monitor

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Are you an Alienware gamer? 

If you are, Prime Day is an excellent opportunity to complete the look of your Alienware ecosystem by adding peripherals, such as a new keyboard, mouse, or headset. These accessories complement the look of your Alienware PC or laptop nicely, and because they’re designed by Alienware, they will work with AlienFX, giving you full control over the LED RGB backlight on all these products. 

We’ve spotted discounts as large as 20% on Alienware’s tri-mode wireless mouse and headset, and even Alienware’s low-profile gaming keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches is $10 off. 

Gateway 15.6-inch Notebook

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While the Prime Early Access Sale puts Amazon in the spotlight, don’t overlook deals at other retailers. One highlight at Walmart is this Gateway laptop bundle, packing a laptop, mouse, and accompanying carry case into one easy purchase. Better yet, it’s 60% off right now, ideal for those wanting an effortlessly easy PC for the home.

This Gateway laptop isn’t winning any awards, with entry-level specs that will only get you through some web pages, documents, and some odd entertainment. It’s not suitable for gaming or any demanding tasks, though its low price makes this ideal for casual computing.

 The specs list includes an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD. The highlights are a big 15.6-inch HD screen with dual stereo speakers, fit for watching movies and other videos online. It also ships with Windows 11, guaranteeing the best of Microsoft’s latest OS. Plus, the quoted 8.5 hours of battery life make it fit for traveling, with its accompanying carry case to prevent bumps and scratches.

CHUWI HeroBook Pro 14.1

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The Prime Early Access Sale has discounted hundreds of laptops from top PC makers, including many at their record-low prices. It’s tempting to be swept by the cheap offers, though it pays to be cautious when shopping for a new PC.

We’ve scoured all the Prime Early Access offers and hunted down the cheapest laptops we can actually recommend. The CHUWI HeroBook Pro 14.1 tops that list, a 14-inch notebook with an impressively low price which we called a “steal” in our review. It’s now just $172 on Amazon, down from $258 during the Prime sale.

 The latest CHUWI HeroBook Pro 14.1 has a 1080p HD screen with an Intel Gemini Lake N4020 chip, 6GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD. It has all-day battery life, quoted up to 9 hours, with a compact and lightweight form factor fit for travel. It also runs Windows 11.

 “With an all-day battery, 1080p display, and all-around decent design, the HeroBook makes it easy to live with some of its shortcomings,” stated Senior Editor, Cale Hunt, in our review of its earlier 2019 model. If you don’t expect great performance or cutting-edge features, it’s a solid pick for browsing the web, editing documents, watching videos, and other light tasks.

Apple MacBook Air 13

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Don’t want Windows? Apple’s signature MacBook Air has dropped to an all-time low on Amazon, with prices starting at $799 this Prime Early Access Sale. It’s a rare discount on one of the best premium laptops on the market, powered by Apple’s M1 silicon, having made headlines for its performance and efficiency in an ultra-thin form factor.

This is Apple’s first MacBook Air with its acclaimed M1 chip, ideal for the web and everyday computing, with additional overhead for heavier workloads like photo and video editing. While Apple has since launched its redesigned MacBook Air, even further than its predecessor, this MacBook Air still exists as its most affordable Mac on shelves.

This entry-level MacBook Air has an M1 chip, 8GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD, offering incredible value at $799. The Air is also known for unrivaled battery life, quoted up to 18 hours, with fanless cooling and a slick all-metal chassis.

The discount applies to all three Silver, Space Gray, and Gold finishes. It’s also available with AppleCare+ for $998, providing extra cover over three years, including instances of accidental damage.

Logitech M350 Mouse

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Cheap Logitech mice, keyboards, and more from $10

Kitting out your home office on the cheap? The Prime Early Access Sale has discounted a wide range of affordable accessories from Logitech, including mice, keyboards, headsets, and webcams.

It’s best to avoid questionable Amazon brands during these sales, with reputable names offering more reliable products. Logitech has been a go-to in PC accessories for decades, among the best-reviewed options, especially when on a budget.

Prices start as low as $10 for the affordable Logitech M170 wireless mouse, with the Logitech MK270 mouse and keyboard reduced to $20 for a simple desktop combo. The Logitech C615 webcam has also dropped from $70 to just $28.99, offering full HD video, beating out many laptop webcams.

You can find more Logitech discounts via its Amazon deal hub.

Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro

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Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale has discounted both the 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch variants of the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro. The ultralight laptop is a favorite in portable PCs, now powered by the latest 12th Gen Intel chips, up to 21 hours quoted battery life, and measuring just 11.2-11.7mm thin. Current discounts apply to just the two configurations from the 2022 lineup, starting from just $719.99.

Razer Book 13

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Razer Book 13 Laptop (i7, 16GB, 512GB SSD) $2,000 Now $1,259.99

 Razer made its name in gaming, but the Razer Book 13 flexes the brand’s ability to step outside that box. This 13-inch ultrabook is one of the best compact Windows PCs on the market, delivering great performance in a slick, sublime chassis.

The Razer Book 13 competes with devices like the Dell XPS 13 and MacBook Pro, ideal for professionals, creatives, and regular laptop users demanding a premium machine. It’s lightweight with a robust aluminum body, a 13.4-inch display, and high-end hardware under the hood. Windows Central Executive Editor, Daniel Rubino, stated the Razer Book 13 was an “easy recommendation,” among the best ultrabooks money can buy.

Microsoft Surface Pro 8 with keyboard

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Microsoft’s beloved 2-in-1 has received a tempting price cut thanks to the Prime Early Access Sale, slashing up to 27% off the PC range. Microsoft Surface Pro 8, the latest in the company’s staple line-up, marks its most powerful yet, and it’s now more affordable than ever.

Prime Early Access Sale discounts only apply to its i7-equipped models, with prices starting at $1,169.99 for an Intel Evo Platform Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, and 256 GB SSD. Amazon has also discounted the same model with 512GB and 1TB SSDs, plus its top-spec config with a monstrous Core i7, 32GB RAM, and 1TB SSD trio.

With Microsoft expected to bump its Surface Pro specs in a new model this week, it’s a welcome price cut anticipating the news. While Microsoft’s Surface Pro hasn’t seen drastic changes in a long time, it remains a popular choice for portable computing. That 13-inch touchscreen pairs great with Windows 11, with a range of keyboards and pens also available, blurring the line between a laptop and a tablet.

Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale is now live across the world — you can check the highlights via Amazon’s Early Access Sale hub.

We’re just getting started and scoping out the deals available across the site, though rest assured, we’ll be rounding up the best of the season over the coming 48 hours. Don’t forget you’ll need an Amazon Prime membership to take advantage of these offers, though Amazon does offer a free trial if you’re new to the service.

The sale is fast approaching, but you’ll need to wait a little longer for Prime Early Access to get started. Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale kicks off at 12 a.m. PDT / 3 a.m. EDT on Oct. 11 for those in the U.S. and Canada with deals running 48 hours, through Tuesday and Wednesday. There’s a similar 12 a.m. kick off in other regions, with deals cycling out throughout the day.

We’ll be rounding up the best deals in the lead up to and during the event, so make sure to check back for the latest from the sale. — Matt Brown

Welcome to our Prime Early Access Sale live blog! We’re just getting started ahead of this week’s event and looking out for the savings you can take advantage of right now. While we’re still early, and Amazon hasn’t put its complete catalog of deals live quite yet, we’re already ramping up our coverage on one of the year’s biggest shopping events.

Windows Central will be blogging throughout the two-day event, and later I’ll be joined by other team members, rounding up our top picks from all corners of the website. In the meantime, get your wallet ready, and keep your eyes peeled as more deals start hitting the Amazon homepage.

In the meantime, we recommend ensuring you have an active Amazon Prime membership or take advantage of the generous free trial available to new subscribers during the Prime Early Access Sale. — Matt Brown, Windows Central Senior Editor

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