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The best Black Friday laptop deals 2021

Whether you're looking for an affordable portable Netflix machine or a beastly gaming rig you never have to leave at home, you won't want to miss these excellent Black Friday laptop deals.

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Whether you're looking to get more work done on your daily commute, satisfy your gaming fix with some portable Call of Duty or finally work on that novel of yours from your local coffee shop, you'll want to check out the table below for our pick of the best Black Friday deals on laptops.

Top laptop deals today:

Bing LeeBing Lee

Up to 20% off selected items

Snag huge deals on laptops, monitors, gaming computers, and more. Valid for a limited time only. Exclusions, T&Cs apply.

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Kogan AUKogan AU

FREE shipping on almost all in-stock products

Includes TVs, home theatre, laptops and more at Kogan. Valid for a limited time only. While stocks last. T&Cs apply.

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eBay AustraliaeBay Australia

20% off store-wide Lenovo laptops

Valid for a limited time only at eBay. While stocks last. T&Cs apply.

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Outlet Store from just $24

Big savings on laptops, desktops and accessories at HP. T&Cs apply.

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Microsoft StoreMicrosoft Store

Surface laptop Go from $999

Enjoy the new Surface laptop Go from $999 at Microsoft Store. T&Cs apply.

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What to consider when buying a laptop on Black Friday (27th November)?

Screen size

Laptop screens tend to range in size from as small as 11 inches up to 17 inches or more. While a larger screen is a big plus for watching movies or playing games, it's worth keeping in mind that lighting up such a big display consumes a considerable chunk of power. All other factors equal, a 17-inch laptop is going to burn through its battery much faster than a 13-inch laptop, so if you plan on spending a few hours away from a power outlet, you might want to think twice before picking the biggest screen you can find.


Like the screen, the size of a laptop in general is an important factor to consider. That doesn't just mean the dimensions, either; weight should be a key part of your buying decision. Some higher-end laptops can weigh upwards of 4kg, even those with relatively small 13-inch screens. That might not feel so bad at first touch, but after an hour in your backpack, you may regret not going for something lighter.

Battery life

While processing power, graphical capabilities and storage capacities have evolved dramatically over the years, battery life has remained frustratingly stagnant. Many laptops still suffer from battery life of just a couple of hours, especially higher-end laptops with dedicated graphics cards and large displays like the Razer Blade Pro or the Acer Predator Helios 300. Having to constantly plug into a power outlet undermines the very portability of a laptop, so be sure to check both battery capacity and battery benchmarks before laying down your cold, hard cash.

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