The electronics retailer doesn't have any eyebrow-raising specials like on Black Friday, but has plenty of discounts if you're in the market for a new PC.
We haven't seen as many $100 Windows PCs as predicted, but here are the lowest-priced systems on sale to start the holiday shopping season.
Although Apple is merely catching up with the rest of the PC industry with this late entry, few hybrid PCs combine style and substance in such an attractive fashion.
Let the iPad tablet holiday pricing war begin.
All iPads will also be on sale for up to $50 off at the regional electronics chain.
Last month things went from bad to worse for the PC industry. So far faster chips inside better-designed systems running a new operating system seem to be having little impact. Where do we go from here?
The PC giant has plenty of systems on sale, but in a sign of the times, not one tablet is displayed in its advertising.
The PC isn't quite dead yet, but when it comes to connecting today's SMB with customers and prospects, it might have been played out. Thankfully there's a new frontier looming -- mobile.
Select Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets will also be on sale, along with discounts on more Windows notebooks and desktops.
After buying and using both devices full-time for several weeks, I'm finding that iPad Pro can meet my own needs better more often, even with the current limitations found in iOS.
Adding the "Pro" moniker makes sense if you're Apple. To most others though, it inevitably brings comparisons to high-end traditional computers. Maybe iPad Plus would make more sense.
Got an old Windows XP desktop and need a cheap way to move to a more secure OS? Google's Chromebit might be the answer.
The office superstore chain will be selling a Toshiba Windows 10 laptop for as little as $119.99 and a Lenovo desktop as low as $169.99.
Looking to save a few bucks on Amazon hardware this coming Holiday season? Take a look at Amazon's Black Friday deals.
Some deals -- including discounts on iPads, MacBooks, and iMacs are available right now. The retailer is also matching Amazon's $34.99 price on the Kindle Fire 7-inch tablet, and offering a Windows 10 notebook for $129.99.
One analyst is betting that the iPad Pro can make the iPad 15 percent of Apple sales, up from 10 percent now. That prediction may be a stretch.
The definition of "work" on a computer is changing and adapting to what devices people are buying. And if you want to get a glimpse of the paradigm shift, just keep an eye on the apps.
The office superstore has specials on a number of Apple's tablets, but resists the urge to offer dirt-cheap Windows 10 laptops and desktops.
Benchmarks and real-world use show the Core m3 version of Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 could meet the needs of many mainstream Windows 10 users.
Whoops, I broke it again. When shopping for a new PC, laptop, or ultrabook, make sure you investigate the terms of your warranty and the optional accidental damage coverage policies available to you.