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Save on desktop PC & monitor deals at the early Prime Day sale, featuring all the top HP, Acer, Dell & Asus computer & monitor discounts

Amazon Prime Day 2020 experts at Consumer Walk are rounding-up all the top early gaming & productivity monitor & pre-built PC deals for Amazon Prime Day 2020, including discounts on HP & Dell desktop computers & various monitors. Links to the best deals are listed below.

Best PC & desktop computer deals:

  • Save up to 45% on PCs & desktop computers from HP, Dell & many more top PC manufacturers at the Amazon Prime Day sale

  • Save up to $148 on HP PCs, laptops & printers such as the HP Pavilion, Spectre, Elite & Omen – at the Amazon Prime Day sale

  • Save up to 44% on Dell PCs, laptops & more at the Amazon Prime Day sale – check the latest deals on

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The best early PC & monitor deals for Prime Day, featuring the best HP Elite, Dell Inspiron, Acer Aspire desktop computers and Samsung, LG & ASUS monitors

Amazon Prime Day sales experts have monitored the best early desktop computer and monitor deals for Prime Day, featuring all the latest deals on Dell, Acer, HP and ASUS PCs and LG, Samsung and Lenovo HD monitors. Browse the latest deals in the list below.

Best desktop PC deals:

  • Save up to 45% on PCs & desktop computers from HP, Dell & many more top PC manufacturers at the Amazon Prime Day sale

  • Save $485 on the Dell OptiPlex 3070 Micro PC Desktop Computer at Amazon – Featuring Intel Core i5-9500T, 2666 MHz DDR4 RAM, SSD storage, VESA mount, space-saving size

  • Save $101 on the Dell Optiplex 990 SFF PC Desktop Computer (Renewed) at Amazon – with Intel Core i5 processor, DDR3 SDRAM,

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Dell has announced new refreshes to its XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1. Both are powered by Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors and will be available in the US and Canada on September 30th (and more countries in the coming weeks). The XPS 13 starts at $999; the 2-in-1 starts at $1,249. The new XPS was first teased onstage at Intel’s Tiger Lake launch earlier this month.

The upgrades mostly look like spec bumps. In addition to the new processors, both models have received a memory update: they’re now running LPDDR4x at 4,267MHz, rather than 3,733MHz. Like many other Tiger Lake flagships, they’ll also support Thunderbolt 4 and Intel’s Xe integrated graphics.

The 2-in-1 has also gotten a similar redesign to one that the early-2020 XPS received. What you’re most likely to notice is the new screen-to-body ratio. Dell says the convertible display is 7 percent larger than those

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