Black Friday 2019 Deals: Gaming PCs, Laptops, And More Great Deals At Office Depot
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November has brought a flood of Black Friday ads from various retailers. We’ve already gotten a closer look at the Black Friday offerings from stores like Best Buy, Target, and Microsoft; now, Office Depot has released its own selection of deals, which are worth browsing if you’re into PC or retro gaming. The sale includes gaming PCs and laptops as well as monitors, headsets, and chairs–and if you’ve had your eye on one of those Arcade1Up cabinets, you’ll be happy to hear there are deals on a couple of those, too.
Office Depot’s online Black Friday deals will go live at 9:01 PM PT on November 27 / 12:01 AM ET on November 28. The in-store deals will be available when doors open at 8 AM on Friday, November 29.
Office Depot Black Friday 2019 deals
The following items and prices will be available at the aforementioned start times (both online and in stores). However, quantities are limited, so keep that in mind and act fast if you see anything on your wishlist.
iBuyPower Gaming PC w/ i7 + GTX 1660 Ti | $1,000 (
This iBuyPower Gaming PC comes equipped with a 9th-generation Intel Core i7, a GTX 1660 Ti, and 16 GB of RAM in addition to a 1 TB hard drive and 480 GB SSD. It’s not the most high-end PC, but it should be able to handle most modern games at decent settings.
Lenovo T540 Gaming PC w/ i7 + GTX 1660 | $750 (
Another mid-range option, this Lenovo gaming desktop drops the hard drive and boasts a 512 GB SSD. It’s also got a 9th-gen i7 processor, a GTX 1660, and 16 GB of RAM.
Lenovo Legion 15.6-inch Laptop w/ i7 + GTX 1650 | $800 (
This mid-range gaming laptop can handle most modern games at decent settings, but don’t expect it to run any game at a decent frame rate with ray-tracing enabled. It comes with a 9th-gen i7 processor, a GTX 1650, and 8 GB of RAM in addition to a 256 GB SSD.
Lenovo Ideapad 15.6-inch Laptop w/ i5 + GTX 1650 | $630 (
The main difference in this Ideapad laptop is the i5 processor instead of the i7. It matches the Legion with a GTX 1650, 8 GB of RAM, and a 256 GB SSD. Don’t expect it to run everything at max settings, but it will work very well for games like Fortnite and Minecraft.
AOC Curved 24-inch 60Hz 1080p Monitor | $150 (
This LED curved monitor boasts a 1ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, and 1080p resolution.
MSI Optix G24C 24-inch Curved 144Hz 1080p | $140 (
If you’re looking for something with a higher refresh rate, this MSI Optix monitor is a good pick. It features a 144Hz refresh rate, which will make games running at high frame rates look great.
LG UltraWide 29-inch Monitor | $160 (
If you’re looking for an entry-level UltraWide monitor, then you’ll be happy with this 29-inch LG monitor. It features AMD FreeSync, which will work excellently with an AMD graphics card–this basically means you won’t have to enable V-Sync to enjoy games without screen tearing, making for a better-performing experience.
HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset | $70 (
HyperX’s Cloud II line features great gaming headsets for their price range. They’re also compatible with PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Realspace Leather Gaming Chair | $95 (
Realspace DRG Gaming Chair | $150 (
This Realspace DRG gaming chair features more support and a removable neck cushion for a little extra comfort.
Arcade1Up Space Invaders Counter-cade | $170 (
Arcade cabinets are huge and cumbersome, but Arcade1Up has been creating some excellent mini cabinets that can fit on a counter. This tiny Space Invaders counter-cade may be small, but it features a full-size joystick and buttons for a comfortable playing experience.
Arcade1Up Pac-Man Counter-cade | $170 (
The all-time great Pac-Man is back… in counter-cade form! Like the Space Invaders counter-cade, this Pac-Man cabinet features a full-size joystick and buttons.
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