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Amazon announced a “Back to college” offer to avail best laptops and accessories to the students at a reasonable price.

Amazon launched its “back-to-college” offer to allow students to purchase electronic devices at a low cost. Since the beginning of July, speculations of a sale have been floating on the internet. During this period, Amazon India will offer students a 50 percent discount on laptops, headphones, speakers, and other peripherals. Aside from that, Amazon also offers no-cost EMI alternatives to students who can’t afford to pay for the devices in full.

During the ongoing epidemic, most businesses, schools, and institutions have switched their activities to the internet. With the rising usage of the internet, the demand for better computers, laptops, and accessories at a reasonable price has also increased. Hence, in order to meet people’s current needs, e-commerce businesses introduce various deals to attract buyers to their platforms. Flipkart introduced a similar deal a few weeks ago, offering newly released best gadgets at a lower price, and now Amazon has followed in its footsteps to capture more customer attention.

Here are some of the best deals to check out if you’re looking to buy a new laptop or accessories with the best features at a reasonable price:

With the back-to-college offer, a 14-inch HP 14 (2021) 11th Gen Intel Core i3 laptop with built-in Alexa, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD is available for Rs. 41,990. On top of that, the users can also get a Rs 451 discount if they buy this laptop.

If you’re looking for a slim and stylish laptop then you’ll be happy to know that the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 5 with 15.6-inch FHD IPS screen Dolby Audio speaker system and the fingerprint reader is also available for Rs 66,990.

For Rs 39,190, customers could purchase a Dell 14 (2021) Thin & Light Core i3-1005G1 laptop. Customers will receive a 14-inch FHD anti-glare LED backlight narrow border WVA screen, 4GB RAM, and 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD at such a reasonable price.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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