Staples is offering some pretty sweet tech buys for Cyber Monday that rival other retailers like Best Buy, Target and Costco. They are running deals on Google Home Hubs, Canon printers, HP laptops, Amazon Fire tablets and much more. We've rounded up some of the best savings for you.
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HP Pavilion 14, $369 (Save $260)
This basic, but decently outfitted 14-inch laptop has an Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. Some similar Core i3 models are $40 or so less, but I think an i5 CPU is worth the extra investment.
HP AIO 23.8" Desktop: $430 (Save $190)
With a Intel Core i3-8130U processor, 8 GB of memory and 1 TB hard drive, this desktop would be a cool gift.
Amazon Echo Dot, $24 (Save $26)
Does anyone buy an Echo Dot at full price? Probably not, as they're on sale so often. This price even beats the usual $29 discount that rolls around periodically on Amazon. Note that this is for the latest, improved version of the Dot, too.
Available Now: Amazon Fire Tablets, $29-$99Sarah Tew/CNET
Most of the Fire line is deeply discounted. The 8-inch is probably the best overall value in terms of features and performance. If you're buying for a child, the Kids Editions are actually worth a bit extra for the better warranty and tons of included subscription content.
Available Now: Lenovo Flex 6 2-in-1, $580 (Save $270)Sarah Tew/CNET
One of the better two-in-one deals, even when it's not on sale, I always like that the Lenovo Flex line is almost as good as the higher-end Yoga line, with a similar 360-degree hinge, but at lower prices.
Available Now: Canon imageClass MF244DW laser printer, $99 (Save $100)
Once you switch to a laser printer, you're never going back. This basic monochrome model also includes a flatbed scanner, and you find far fewer hassles in using and replacing toner than in an inkjet printer.
Amazon Fire TV Cube and Stick $35 to $59Sarah Tew/CNET
The current 4K streaming stick from Amazon is occasionally on sale for around this price, although it's still a good deal. What's more interesting is the steep drop for the new 4K-ready Fire TV Cube, which mixes streaming video with Alexa-powered voice apps.
Google Home Hub, $99Tyler Lizenby/CNET
Many shops will reportedly have the latest Google smart home device for $50 off the usual price. This is a screen-centric version of a smart assistant, which can display weather, photos, YouTube videos and more.