Yes, Prime Day is back for 2017 and it should be the best one yet. Amazon has seriously stepped up its game and expects this one to be one for the record books.
As such, I wanted to curate some of my favorite legit deals on this page for Prime Day.
Not all the deals are really worth it, so be sure to track the best ones here (will be updated throughout the day).
Best Prime Day Laptop Deals
Looking to pick up a nice deal on a laptop? Check out these deals as they happen:
- Asus ZenBook Deal: Save 8% here right now on this 256 GB SSD / Core i5 Processor, 8GB DDR3 – Live for Prime Day
- Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga Deal: Watch this listing for the lightning deal here – Live at 5:00 AM EDT [TUESDAY]
- Dell Latitude 2-in-1 Laptop Deal: Watch this listing here for the lightning deal on this 128 GB SSD Windows 10 convertible laptop – Live at 7:00 AM EDT [TUESDAY]
Best Prime Day Chromebook Deals
If the Chromebook goes on sale, this is the place to check!
- Acer Chromebook Deal: Save 28% off right now on this 16 GB SSD / 2GB RAM / Celeron N2840 Dual Core – Live Spotlight Deal
- Acer Chromebook Convertible Deal: Save 27% off right now here on this convertible chromebook /tablet – Live Spotlight Deal
Best Prime Day Antivirus Deals
Here at CSHQ, I obviously care deeply about secure computing. Here are some of my favorite deals going on in antivirus software.
- [Conner’s Top Pick] Webroot Antivirus Deal: Watch this lightning deal listing to save (3 devices / 1 year / PC or MAC) – Live at 1:09 PM EDT [TUESDAY]
Best Prime Day Computer Accessory Deals
For everything else, here is the bargain bin!
- Sades Headphones Deal – Watch this listing here for the TBA deal on these SA903 surround sound / noise canceling headphones – Live at 3:45 AM EDT [TUESDAY]
How to Spot a Good Deal vs Bad Deal
One thing to note with Prime Day is that there are quite literally a deluge of deals going on at once. It can be easy to miss the good deals or get stuck on the bad deals. Since everything is so time sensitive (with items frequently selling out), you will want to look for reputable brands (that you recognize) over unknown brands offering steep discounts.
Another good rule of thumb is to ensure that the deal is at least 15% off. Anything less and it’s probably not a “real” deal.