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Amazon Prime Day 2022 means one thing: deals. Now, while there is a wide range of discounts to be had on various product categories, in this article we’ll be focusing on the best Prime Day 2022 computer deals. This encompasses pre-built PC deals for gaming, work, and more, as well as any Prime Day desktop PC combos that may also go on sale.
Before we go any further in this article, don’t forget that you will need to be an Amazon Prime member to pick up a Prime Day computed deal. If you’re not, get yourself a 30-day free trial.
What computer deals will be available on Amazon Prime Day 2022?
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There’s usually a plethora of deals to be had on various computers on Prime Day. Both in the home and gaming categories. Some of the major manufacturers in these fields with deals have included iBUYPOWER, Skytech, and CYBERPOWERPC for desktop gaming, with HP and Lenovo being the main players for your run-of-the-mill PCs.
For Prime Day 2022 computer deals we’d expect more of the same, with the above manufacturers all contributing to the deals. And, with AMD’s Socket AM5 and Intel’s 13-gen Raptor Lake coming later in the year, deals on current systems should be forthcoming.
Prime Day Computer deals available previously
In previous years, there’s been a good selection of top manufacturers to choose from for desktop, all-in-one and office PC deals on Prime Day.
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Is Amazon Prime Day 2022 the best time to buy a computer?
In our opinion, Amazon Prime Day is the perfect opportunity to pick up a new desktop PC. Not only is it one of the only regular chances to secure yourself a pretty hefty desktop discount, but you’re also more likely to snap one up before they go out of stock.
This is down to the fact that while Prime Day is a notable event, Black Friday remains more popular. With fewer people virtually queuing to pick up these discounted machines, you’re likely to be in with a better chance of getting a deal.
Moreover, Prime Day is only available to those that are Prime subscribers, making the pool of potential customers that bit smaller.