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Save over $600 on a HP Spectre x360 laptop with this incredible pre-Cyber Monday discount

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The Cyber Monday deals are here and they might not even be beaten come the beginning of next week. You get a $500 saving on the HP Spectre 360 convertible laptop, complete with near-borderless display and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti processor that really packs a punch in the gaming arena.

But you can get even more off: $628 off in total, to be exact. Apply the coupon code 10STACKBFCM21 at checkout before you pay to get the little cherry on top. That brings this Spectre model crashing down to $1101.99, a serious cut from its usual $1,729.99 price and down even further from Black Friday. We can't see this getting any lower, though, so now's the time if you want to snap it up.

Over $600 off and you get an i7 processor, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti video card, 16 GB RAM and a comfortable 512 GB SSD storage. It's not too bulky either, with the 15.6" 4K UHD display pretty much the perfect size for a portable powerhouse. There's even audio finetuned by the soundmeisters over at Bang & Olufsen. Volume. Up.

HP Spectre x360 15 Ultrabook deal

$1,729.99

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Save $628 today with the coupon code 10STACKBFCM21 and get a 4K display screen, i7 processor and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti for a price even lower than Black Friday's incredible offer.

There's plenty more where that came from: the Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals are well underway and there are some Cyber Monday SSD discounts well worth checking out too if you're looking to snag a bargain.

Cyber Monday gaming laptop retailers
US: 
Best Buy | Dell | Amazon | Newegg | B&H Photo | Adorama
UK: 
Amazon UK | Currys | Argos | Overclockers UK | Laptopsdirect

Bradley Russell

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