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Now the holiday season has ended and we are back to reality, some US retailers are looking to shift excess stock. When the new year rolls around, you can expect some deals to appear on technology including smartphones, laptops, and gaming rigs.
Best Buy has launched a three-day sale that ends on Sunday, one of the deals that stands out is for a Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, which you would usually expect to retail at around $1,200 to $1,500, depending on the vendor and configuration.
As part of a clearance sale, Best Buy is offering the 15-inch option for $1,001, a discount of $499 off the commerce giant's standard $1,500 price tag.
Best Buy's three-day sale includes a range of other laptops and PCs on offer including Apple models and laptops manufactured by Lenovo and Asus. In addition, the flash deals include accessories such as storage drives and surge protectors.
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