The Consumer Electronics Association recently released its 20th Annual CE Holiday Purchase Patterns Study and found that about 9 in 10 consumers surveyed intend to give electronics as holiday gifts this year. Leading the list of consumer electronics gifts for adults are tablets and laptops.
Some of the best deals on hot holiday electronics are available this weekend as part of Black Friday, so don’t miss out. When considering the hundreds of options of tablets, 2 in 1 devices and laptops, you can’t go wrong with Intel-powered devices. They offer the best mix of powerful performance, extended battery life, stunning visuals and sleek designs, practically guaranteeing that your loved one will be thrilled with their gift.
Whether you are bearing the brunt of the Black Friday shopping rush this season, or looking for online bargains from the comfort of your couch, consider these deals from leading retailers:
- Best Buy – Save $230 on an HP Split 2 in 1 13.3” Touchscreen laptop powered by either an Intel Core i3 processor or Intel Core i5 processor
- Costco.com – Buy a PC for $599.99 or more and get a Dell Venue 8 tablet for $99.99
- Office Depot – Save $100 on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1” powered by the Intel Atom Z2560 processor
- Tiger Direct – Save $130 on a Dell XPS 12 12.5″ 2 in 1 Ultrabook with an Intel Core i5 processor
- Walmart – HP 7″ Touchscreen Tablet PC featuring Android 4.1 for only $89
To learn more about the tablets, 2 in 1 devices and laptops topping everyone’s list this season, check out Intel’s Holiday Buyer’s Guide.
And if you’re in the Nolita area of New York City, Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago, or near Venice in Los Angeles, CA, you can check out a range of Intel-based devices at the newly opened Intel Experience Stores that are pop-up stores open through Jan. 25, 2014. Visitors at the Intel Experience Stores have the unique opportunity to experience some of the latest Intel-based devices on the market today, while also having access to Intel technology experts who can help with purchasing decisions or just simply provide technology advice. Visitors can also test drive certain Intel-based devices at home – enabling people to truly “try before you buy.”