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Leaked Black Friday ads show Lenovo and Sony’s deals

Updated Nov 22nd, 2019 4:30AM EST

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The Black Friday 2016 leaks bonanza continues with a couple of newly leaked ads from Lenovo and Sony. if you’re shopping for computers and cameras this holiday season, then you absolutely have to check them out.

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Only one page from Lenovo’s official ad was leaked, reports, and it includes a preview of the items that will be discounted on Black Friday. Sony’s ad has two pages, and it’s full of camera deals. Check out Lenovo and Sony’s Black Friday below:


  • $1,084.30 Lenovo 14-inch ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2-in-1 laptop (save $464.70)
  • $999.99 Lenovo 13-inch Yoga 900 (save $200)
  • $888.30 Lenovo 14-inch ThinkPad X1 Carbon (save $380.70)
  • $762.30 Lenovo 14-inch ThinkPad T460s (save $362.70)
  • $749.99 Lenovo 15-inch Ideapad Y700 (save $250)
  • $699.99 Lenovo Ideacentre AIO 510S (save $200)
  • $549.99 Lenovo 14-inch Ideapad Flex 4 (save $400)
  • $399.99 Lenovo 10.1-inch Yoga Tab 3 Pro tablet and projector (save $100)
  • $300.30 Lenovo ThinkCentre M700 Tiny (save $98.70)
  • $299.99 Lenovo 15.6-inch Ideapad laptop (save $50)
lenovo-black-friday-2016-ad-leakedImage source: Lenovo


  • $1.499.99 Sony A7II camera – body only (save $200 and $50 off a leather case)
  • $749.99 Sony AX33 4K camcorder (save $100)
  • $699.98 Sony A6000 camera with two lenses (save $350)
  • $549.99 Sony A6000 camera with one lens (save $150)
  • $449.99 Sony CyberShot RX100 camera (save $399.99 and $60 off case)
  • $349.99 Sony A5000 (save $100 and $20 off a jacket case)
  • $229.99 Sony CX405 camcorder
  • $149.99 Sony AS50 action cam (save $50)
  • Up to $200 off Sony lenses
sony-black-friday-2016-ad-leakedImage source: Sony
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