Target just knocked $130 off this compact Acer laptop—snag it now for just $200

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Save $130. (Photo: Target)

If you’ve been working from home over the last few weeks, why not upgrade and pick up a speedy, lightweight, and all-around-better new laptop? The Acer Spin 1 (SP111-33-P88S) 2-in-1 laptop is on sale for just $200, or $130 off at Target. The jaw-dropping deal is only available at Target. That’s right — you can’t get the same savings at Amazon, Walmart or even Best Buy.

Originally priced at $330, this sleek and thin Acer Spin 1 is more than just a laptop, thanks to its brilliant 11.6-inch HD touchscreen display (at 1366x768 resolution) and flexible 360-degree hinge for versatility — which is why it’s called “Spin.” How clever.

Now in display and tablet modes. (Photo: Target)

In fact, This Acer machine works in four modes, so you can use it in however you like — as a traditional laptop, a display kiosk for retailers and demonstrations (like a kickstand), a presentation ‘tent’ for meetings (see below) and a handy tablet. It even works with a stylus for handwritten notes and sketching.

Laptop Mode (top left), Display Mode (top right), Tent Mode (bottom left) and Tablet Mode (bottom right). (Photo: Target)

Under the hood, this laptop hybrid is a true workhorse with an Intel Quad-core, 4GB of memory and 64GB of on-board storage. It even features two USB ports and an impressive 10-hour battery life, so it’s just as suited for work as it is for play.

For just $200, this hybrid is ideal for anyone who wants the power and usability of Windows 10, but with the affordable price of a Google Chromebook. The Acer Spin 1 can do so much more than a Chromebook, especially for offline use, since it doesn’t rely on web-based apps. Its Windows 10 operating system uses on-board applications like Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint—in fact, you can even play games like Solitaire, Minesweeper and Candy Crush locally—no internet connection necessary. We call that an ace in the hole.

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