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Best Prime Day deals 2020: Windows 10 laptops

Amazon’s Prime Day event, taking place over 48 hours this year, is a time when you can snap up bargains on PCs, laptops, and mobile devices ahead of the holiday season.

Whether you are in the market for a laptop refresh, you need a new PC now you are working remotely and from home, or you are looking for a device as a Christmas gift, there is a range of Windows 10 laptops available. 

Below, we have compiled some of the best deals to suit a variety of budgets. We will be updating our top picks throughout the event.


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A great deal on Amazon Prime Day for a premium gaming laptop is the discount on offer for the Razer Blade 15. The base model features a $300 discount for a Windows 10 device complete with a 10th-gen Intel i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics, a 15.6-inch

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Best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

Amazon’s annual Prime Day sale event can feel super overwhelming. 

Also: Prime Day: How and when to find the best deals

There are over 80,000 items on sale this year. Some are legitimate, while others should be ignored. So, to help you get the most out of Prime Day, which is exclusive to Amazon Prime subscribers, ZDNet is rounding up only the best deals. In this guide, we’ve selected items that professionals, remote workers, and commuters might find interesting.

We’ll regularly update this guide over Oct. 13 and Oct. 14 with deals as we find them. If you’d like to find more consumer-focused deals, as well as some tips and tricks, check out our Prime Day hub, where we’ll provide you with plenty of resources so that you can master Amazon’s 48-hour blowout sale. Hopefully, with our help, you won’t miss a deal.

Best Amazon Prime Day 2020 tech deals

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Amazon Prime Day 2020: 4 Great Deals for Business Owners

Amazon Prime Day moved from July to October this year, giving consumers a jump on the holiday shopping season and offering some early deals for small business owners. Sales from the 48-hour shopping event, which runs from 12:00 am PT on Tuesday, October 13 to 11:59 pm PT on Wednesday, October 14, totaled more than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined last year.

Here are some of the best Prime Day deals for business owners this year.

1. L-shaped desk

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If you need new workstations at your office or are looking to upgrade your home office, this L-shaped desk from home office furniture brand DlandHome has ample working space and room for multiple devices or monitors. The desk is priced at $139, but Amazon Prime members can get $30 off starting at 8:20 am ET on Tuesday, October 13.

2. Ring light

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A Guide to Finding Online Deals Outside of Amazon Prime Day

Last year, Amazon sold more than 175 million products over its annual Prime Day event (which is, incongriously, two actually days long), to the tune of an estimated $7.16 billion in gross sales. And the ecommerce giant is certainly poised to again reap the benefits beginning tomorrow and through Prime Day 2020’s conclusion on Wednesday. The company has already hired around 200,000 new employees since the pandemic made online shopping virtually mandatory, and founder Jeff Bezos’s net worth has ballooned to nearly $200 billion.



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But the combination of massive shifts in shopping trends and Amazon’s near-monopolistic success have actually invigorated other ecommerce players in the market, many of whom are launching their own price-slashing events to counter Prime Day.

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Here is a shortlist of some of the biggest non-Amazon deal days coming up. (For a more comprehensive roll call, visit RetailMeNot.)

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Best Prime Day HDD, SSD, GPU & CPU Deals 2020: Best PC Hardware, Graphics Card, Processor & Internal & External Hard Drive & SSD Deals Published by Spending Lab

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals experts at Spending Lab have listed the best SSD, HDD, CPU & graphics card deals for Amazon Prime Day 2020, including all the top discounts on internal & external SSDs & hard drives, AMD Ryzen & Intel processors, & AMD & NVIDIA GPUs. Explore the best deals listed below.

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Looking for more processor, graphics card, SSD, hard drive & PC component deals? Click here to check out the entire selection of live deals on the Amazon Prime Day page.

Amazon Prime Day offers are live for a restricted period of time. Spending Lab earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.

Prime Day is an annual shopping and entertainment event exclusively for Prime members, delivering two days of special savings on a wide range of Amazon’s products.

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Sam’s Club is hiring 2,000 workers, launching week-long deals

  • Sam’s Club will hire 2,000 permanent workers to staff its fulfillment and distribution centers.
  • The Walmart-owned members-only retailer has also begun launching holiday deals. 
  • Like many retailers, Sam’s Club is overhauling its holiday timeline in order to suit the needs of members during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Sam’s Club is embarking on an e-commerce hiring spree and launching early deals ahead of the upcoming holiday season.

Walmart’s members-only warehouse chain announced that it will be hiring 2,000 permanent, full-time workers to staff fulfillment and distribution centers and bolster its supply chain. Hundreds of those new employees will be working at the company’s newest fulfillment center in Perris, California.

Sam’s Club’s push represents only the latest such e-commerce-centric hiring spree to take place in advance of the 2020 holiday season. Sam’s Club’s own parent company, Walmart, has also announced that it will hire 20,000 seasonal

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find the best prices and deals on Razer Blade laptops today

Looking for a truly cheap Razer laptop is indeed a bit of an oxymoron: they won’t really ever be ‘cheap, per se, but you can certainly get deals on them where they are at least cheaper than their premium often dictates. Nonetheless, it can’t be denied that they do go a long way to justifying their price tag. They really are some of the best in the business so, as a result, they do offer good value in their own premium way.



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We’re big fans of Razer’s portable powerhouses here at GamesRadar – the Blade 15 is atop our best gaming laptop list, though this might be threatened soon enough….when I test the next iteration of the Razer Blade 15 that came out recently this year. As a result of that, we are really keen to see if we can find deals on these great

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Reeling from coronavirus, Central Florida hotels offer some sweet deals

Facing one of the most challenging tourism markets in modern history, hotels are turning to a classic marketing tool to reclaim customers: the deal.

“They’re trying hard to keep people employed and not shut down again, so they’re offering some pretty great deals and specials to get people in,” said Keri Burns, Central Florida regional director for the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association.

Lockdown-weary travelers eager for a change of scenery can find rooms discounted as much as 50% at some properties.

As a sample of some current bargains, guests can get a third night 50% off when they book for two nights at The Alfond Inn in Winter Park. The JW Marriott/Ritz Carlton Grande Lakes in Orlando is offering 15% off and a $25 daily resort credit with one of their packages. And area Hilton hotels are taking 20% off.

The discounts are part of an effort to save

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Turns Out President Business Deals Couldn’t Manage a Lemonade Stand

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Photo credit: Spencer Platt – Getty Images

From Esquire

No one should need to see Donald Trump’s tax returns to know he’s a Businessman in the way Clark Stanley was a Businessman. We have known for some time that Trump initially made his money through a multigenerational tax avoidance scheme that at some points veered into outright fraud. We have known that many of his businesses—six at least—have crashed into bankruptcy, including multiple casinos(!), and he avoided personal bankruptcy by taking his failing business public—the stock ticker was his initials—and leaving investors with the bill. Throughout much of the 1990s, he was not paying taxes because of nearly $1 billion in business losses he incurred during that time, which canceled out any income earned. When he did get some real income again, it was primarily by playing the part of a Businessman on television—complete with a stage-set Boardroom that NBC

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Trump involvement in business deals is break from past

From the Oval Office, Trump has pushed to set the value of both the U.S. dollar and interest rates, determine the winner of federal contracts and overrule corporate decisions on factory locations. He has called for executives to be fired at businesses that displeased him and urged his 86 million Twitter followers to buy some products and shun others.

This populist activism has more in common with strong male leaders in countries such as Turkey, Russia or China than with Republican free market orthodoxy and could undermine the U.S. economy’s long-term appeal, according to economists, former government officials and historians.

“He’s more of a central planner than the communists,” said economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin, who served in President George W. Bush’s White House and advised Sen. John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign.

The latest illustration of Trump’s highly personal style began Aug. 6, when he issued an executive order banning TikTok, the

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