Massive Prime Day deal sees almost 50% off Huawei laptops before Black Friday
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  • If you're after a great laptop and don't want to wait until November 25 for Black Friday, you're in luck.

    Amazon has launched its Prime Day sale which runs from today (October 11) until tomorrow.

    While there are tons of bargains on Amazon Alexa products there's also some amazing discounts on pricey gadgets, including over 40% off of two top-of-the-range laptops.

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    The tech giant Huawei is selling its Matebook 14 and Matebook E models at almost half price, giving users affordable access to next-gen hardware that normally costs around £1000.

    The Matebook 14 comes with a stunning 2K display making it great for work and movies, as well as a lightweight body that mimics a MacBook but at a fraction of the cost.

    It also comes with an AMD Ryzen 5000 Series processor which offers great built-in performance for full-HD PC gaming. You can nab it for £599 down from £999.99.

    Meanwhile, the MateBook E was only released this year but works as a 2-in-1 touchscreen laptop, so you can use it as a tablet or as an efficient laptop.

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    It comes with a keyboard as well as decent built-in hardware so you can get some work done with most power-hungry apps out there. It's down from £999.99 to £569.05.

    To get the deals, you have to be an Amazon Prime member. However, you don't have to sign up to the £7.99 a month subscription⁠—instead you can sign up to a thirty day free trial, grab the deal, and make big savings.

    Just remember to cancel your subscription before the free trial runs out or you'll be charged for a month when it ends.


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