Top Cyber Monday Laptop Deals: Refurbished Sales

No matter what Cyber Monday laptop you buy, get it refurbished

Cyber Monday Discounts on Windows or Mac Laptops

Looking for the Best Price on a Laptop for Cyber Monday?

We all know how unnecessarily expensive laptops can be. This is the advantage of refurbished laptops; they feel just like new laptops but cost 30% to 70% less, while still coming with 1-year warranties and 30-day money back guarantees. You won’t find this kind of deal at any major retailer, but if you explore the wondrous world of Back Market, you’ll find discounts on all your favorite laptops :) Here are just a few of our favorite Cyber Monday laptop deals.

Lenovo Laptop Cyber Monday Deals

A lot of people dislike Windows laptops for their lack of reliability over time. Buying a Windows laptop can be a bit of a hit-or-miss, I know from experience. But if you want a reliable laptop brand that is known for making dependable laptops, look no further than Lenovo. There’s a reason this brand is favored by so many businesses: their laptops are affordable, long lasting, and well built. Yes, Lenovo laptops look very utilitarian and don’t have much in the form of fancy design features. But what they lack in looks, they make up for in price and usability.

If you want a thin Lenovo laptop that is comparable to the MacBook Air, we’d suggest the X1 Carbon. This is a thin ultrabook that is hailed by many reviewers for its build and performance. But before buying one of these laptops, make sure it isn’t too old; laptops generally start feeling aged about 4-5 years after their release.

Don’t Want a Windows Laptop for Cyber Monday? Consider the MacBook Air or Pro

Maybe you’ve had a bad experience with Windows laptops and want to buy an Apple laptop this Cyber Monday? Apple laptops can be more expensive than their Windows counterparts—even if you compare refurbished models—but the good news is that they usually last for a very long time. How long? Apple is known for their stellar software support, and it isn’t unusual for people hold onto their Macs for more than 5 years.

If you want a reliable MacBook Pro or MacBook Air for Cyber Monday, consider getting either one of these models refurbished, just make sure you don’t get one that’s too old if you want it to last for a long time or plan on doing tasks that require a lot of processing power such as working with large data sets or video editing. A good rule of thumb is to buy a used MacBook that’s 3 years old or newer if you want it to still feel like new. And it’s always better to get one with an Intel i5 processor and at least 8GB of RAM. The i7 is an even more powerful processor but those models are usually suuuper expensive :( Yay for power, but booo for being expensive!

This isn’t a Laptop, But it’s Perhaps the Cheapest Mac You can Buy for Cyber Monday 2020

Yes yes, you read the title right, the Mac I’m about to show you isn’t a laptop, but it is super portable because of its size. The Mac Mini is more powerful than a MacBook Air, and also much more affordable. Although it doesn’t come with a keyboard, screen, or mouse, it’s small enough to drop in your bag and take anywhere. So if you find yourself working from home and from the office—and have a separate monitor, keyboard, and mouse setup for both locations—then the Mac Mini might be a good choice for you. It’s also possible to upgrade this thing, but that’s a longer story :P

Not Quite Ready to Buy a Cyber Monday MacBook or Windows Laptop?

If you’re not yet ready to buy a Cyber Monday MacBook or Windows computer, that’s quite all right! We’ve made it our job to offer year-round discounts on MacBooks and other refurbished computers; Cyber Monday isn’t the only day that we have special deals. You can check back anytime on our website and you’ll be sure to find something appealing during any season :D

Andre from Back Market
By Andre Kopacki, Content Manager

The kind of guy that likes technology a little too much and can't stop talking about it. Good thing I work at Back Market :D

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