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Like its membership club rivals, Costco sells a bit of everything at its warehouses, including a collection of PCs that play a role in its annual Black Friday deals. But on Cyber Monday, you might have to go to Costco.com to secure some of the following discounts on systems.
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This Inspiron deal will appeal to those looking for a traditional desktop tower at a midrange price. It comes with a 10th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 12GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive, and even a 256GB solid-state drive that can help boost start-up times.
If you need a portable productivity powerhouse, Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 tablet has you covered, especially with this deal. In addition to the robust hardware (Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD, 12.3-inch touchscreen), the bundled Surface Pro Type Cover and Surface Pen turn this into a full-fledged laptop that weighs in under 2 pounds.
If you crave the size of the Apple iPad, but not the price, the Tab A7 is a solid alternative, especially with this price cut. This Android tablet provides an ample 10.4-inch screen size, along with 64GB of built-in storage, and Samsung sweetens the deal by throwing in a 64GB microSD card for additional storage capacity.
Here are some other noteworthy Costco deals worth checking out: