Cyber Monday 2023 is here, and you can find plenty of deals on pretty much everything that money can buy. On the tech side of things, that includes many types of popular devices that we use frequently on a daily basis, such as smartphones, tablets, desktop PCs, and, of course, laptops.
Indeed, laptops are often some of the biggest hot ticket items on sale during the Cyber Monday season, and some of the best ones to look for are convertible 2-in-1s. Thanks to their touchscreens and either 360-degree hinges or detachable keyboards, these machines can be used both as a laptop and as a tablet. As a result, they're some of the most versatile devices on the market — and that makes them very desirable.
Major manufacturers in the laptop space such as Dell, HP, and Lenovo have already discounted some of their finest convertibles ahead of Cyber Monday, and as the sales event draws nearer, more bargains are sure to come. To help you find excellent markdowns to take advantage of, we've rounded up all the best Cyber Monday deals on 2-in-1 devices below. Make sure you check back here often, as we'll be updating this page frequently with the latest and greatest discounts.
Best deals for Cyber Monday 2023: Quick links
- Walmart: Black Friday deals on practically everything
- Dell: Top deals on laptops, gaming PCs, accessories, and more
- Alienware: Up to $800 off gaming laptops and desktops
- Best Buy: Big savings on video games, accessories, and more
- HP: Up to 84% of select HP Windows PCs and accessories
- Lenovo: Up to 50% of gaming towers, laptops, and accessories
- Newegg: Save on PC gaming accessories, components, and more
- Razer: Up to 43% off laptops and accessories with free gifts
Cyber Monday 2023: The best 2-in-1 laptop deals
Dell Latitude 9440 2-in-1 | was
$2,637.38 now $1,499 at Amazon
With the highly capable 13th Gen vPro Core i7-1365U CPU, 16GB of DDR5 RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a beautiful anti-reflective QHD panel with 86% DCI-P3 color and 500 nits of peak brightness, the Latitude 9440 stands tall as one of the premier business convertibles on the market.
✅Perfect for: Folks looking for a premium convertible with the latest hardware, a gorgeous screen, good battery life, and vPro security features.
❌Avoid if: You're on a budget, and need something affordable.
💰Price check: $2,489 at Dell
HP Spectre x360 14 2-in-1 | from
$1,399.99 now $899.99 at HP
HP's Spectre x360 has been a favorite of ours for a long time, and right now, tons of different configurations are on sale for big discounts. Get everything from the simple Core i5-1335U and a basic 1920x1280 display to the excellent i7-1355U and stunning 3K2K OLED visuals.
✅Perfect for: Users looking for something sleek and performant in the mid-to-high range.
❌Avoid if: You're on a tight budget, or if you need vPro-style security.
💰Price check: $1,199 at Best Buy
✅Perfect for: Mid-range buyers that want to prioritize CPU performance and maximum file storage over elite battery life or a higher display resolution.
❌Avoid if: You're on a tight budget, you need vPro or PRO security, or you want a sharper screen.
💰Price check: $999.99 at Best Buy
🔍Our review (Pro, non-convertible model): Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro review: The laptop that leaves Surface Laptop 5 in the dust
Microsoft Surface Pro 9 | was
$2,599.99 now $1,799.99 at Best Buy
The Surface Pro 9 is one of the sleekest 13-inch convertibles around, and thanks to its Core i7-1255U CPU, 32GB of DDR5, 1TB SSD, and a beautiful 2880x1920 120Hz display, it performs just as well as it looks. Do note that you'll need to get a Surface Type Cover keyboard separately, though.
💰Price check: $1099 at Amazon (less memory, storage)
Microsoft - Surface Pro 7 Plus |
was $929.99 now $599.99 at Best Buy
Powered by an efficient Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD this delivers a responsive and swift performance that's Ideal for professionals on the move. Note that this deal includes the indispensable type cover, but while the device is compatible with an S-Pen for enhanced creativity and productivity, you'll need to purchase that separately.
💰Price check: $650.99 at Amazon
Lenovo Yoga 7i 14 | was
$849.99 now $637.99 at Lenovo
Another attractive option is the Lenovo Yoga 7i 14, which features a Core i5-1335U, a 512GB SSD, and a sharp 2.2K 300-nit 100% sRGB screen. You only get 8GB of memory with it, though, so your multitasking performance won't be quite as good as it'll be with the Inspiron 16. That said, the display is nicer, so keep that in mind.
💰Price check: $899.99 at Best Buy (16GB RAM)
Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 | was
$749.99 now $484.99 at Lenovo
Lenovo's IdeaPad Flex 5 has been discounted below $500 ahead of Black Friday, making it the best option for those on a very tight budget. The 300-nit 1920x1200 touchscreen only has a "just OK" 45% NTSC color gamut, but you'll get solid performance with its Ryzen 5 7530U, 8GB of DDR4, and 512GB SSD.
💰Price check: $699 at Amazon (better CPU, RAM)
When does Black Friday 2023 end?
Black Friday is officially slated to kick off on Nov. 24, 2023, as it always falls on the last Friday of the month and the day just after Thanksgiving. However, many Black Friday deals often go live up to a few days before then, with some discounts — such as the ones above — even available now.
Something to keep in mind, though, is that current deals may get even sweeter once Black Friday officially begins. For that reason, it may be best to wait until the sales event actually rolls around before you pull the trigger on anything, though particularly hot items may go out of stock before it does.
If you do intend to buy, you should keep an eye out for price drop guarantee offers while shopping around. If your purchase is backed by one of these, retailers will pay the difference back to you if a sale on an item improves after you buy it during this pre-Black Friday period.
When does Cyber Monday 2023 start?
Cyber Monday comes directly after the weekend of Black Friday, which means it's scheduled to begin on Nov. 27, 2023. As the name suggests, the event is generally centered around digital storefronts only, whereas Black Friday deals are widely available both online and in-person. It's common to see Black Friday discounts remain active through Cyber Monday, and special Cyber Monday-exclusive deals may become available until the following Tuesday, too. When Black Friday transitions over to Cyber Monday, we'll be sure to update this article with the latest bargains.
Choosing the best 2-in-1 laptop for you
While Cyber Monday brings a huge number of different 2-in-1 convertible deals, lots of them aren't worth your time. This is because many of the discounted laptops on offer are older, obsolete models fitted with outdated components. Depending on their age, these may still perform well enough, but in most cases, you can find something newer and better for a very similar price. Generally, I'd recommend devices with 11th Gen Intel or AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs at least, and ideally ones that have processors from newer generations such as Intel's 13th Gen, Raptor Lake.
It's also important that you have capable internal hardware as well, and enough of it, too. Specifically, I'd make sure a convertible has at least 8GB of DDR4 or DDR5 RAM and 256GB of SSD storage before buying, and preferably more; otherwise, you'll likely experience choppy performance and will run out of file space constantly. I'd also steer clear of any CPU below a Core i3 (Intel) or Ryzen 3 (AMD), such as Intel's N-Series, though these are fine if you're getting a Chromebook. This is because ChromeOS is considerably lighter than Windows 11 and uses fewer system resources.
Don't forget about a good display, either — especially since the touchscreen is one of the most biggest reasons why folks want a 2-in-1 in the first place. Try and get something with close to a peak brightness of 300 nits or more; anything lower, and it'll be difficult to use the device in sunlight. Also, try look for screens with a color gamut of at least 100% sRGB (a high percentage of DCI-P3 is even better), though if you're on a narrow budget, don't shy away from 45% NTSC. Resolution comes down to personal preference; FHD (1920x1080) panels maximize battery life, while 4K UHD (3840x2160) ones have the sharpest picture. QHD (2440x1440) falls in the middle, giving you a balance of both image quality and longevity.
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