Update: We've updated this deal post to reflect the extra $60 you get off at checkout, bringing the total cost down to $360.
If you're on the lookout for a mini PC, this AceMagician option could be perfect thanks to a new discount.
Father's Day is approaching, but this deal isn't just for the Dad in your life. In fact, AceMagician's Father's Day discount is ideal for anyone looking for a small PC, particularly for students in compact dorm rooms.
In our 4-star AceMagician AMR5 review, we said this mini PC is a "stylish and compact alternative to desktops and laptops that's ideal for space-saving students."
The manufacturer has now dropped the price, too, with $100 snipped off of the MSRP - meaning it'll cost you just $340 for this adorable machine. The price shows as $399 on the store page, but an extra $60 comes off at checkout. The sale runs until 11:59 PM PDT on June 30.
Key features: Small size, nice design, runs Windows 11
Product launched: April 2023
Price history: This is the cheapest we've ever seen the AMR5. Before today's deal, Amazon did offer the same model for $379 back in May. At the time of writing, however, the retailer is back up to $449 - it's still a $50 discount, but the manufacturer's own offer handily beats it.
Price comparison: Amazon: $449
Reviews consensus: This adorable little PC weighs just 2.7lbs and offers a full Windows 11 experience in a small chassis. It's affordable, with some nice RGB lighting, and while it won't play the latest AAA games at high specs, it'll give creative workloads like image or video editing a good go. This discounted model has a 512GB SSD for storage, and 16GB of RAM. It's also packing the AMD Ryzen 5 5600U chip.
Buy it if: You want a small, affordable PC for connecting to your existing peripherals. You want Windows 11, or a device that looks stylish.
Don't buy it if: You need a computer that comes with a keyboard, mouse, and more in the box. You want to play the latest and greatest games.
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