Monday, November 28, 2011

Best Buy, Verizon, Dell launch Cyber Monday deals

Best Buy, Amazon, Verizon, and Dell launched Cyber Monday deals featuring discounted laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
Best Buy is calling its sale "Cyber Week" and puts Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard, and Toshiba laptops at the top of the list on its launch page. All three come with Windows 7 Home Premium.
Best Buy laptops listed on Cyber Week page:
    Lenovo, $299.99: Model: 1450ABU. 15.6-inch LED-backlit display, AMD dual-core E-450 accelerated processor, 4GB memory, 320GB hard disk drive, and optical drive.
    HP Pavilion, $349.99: Model: g4-1229dx. 14-inch LED-backlit display, Intel dual-core "Sandy Bridge" Pentium B950 processor, 4GB memory, 500GB hard drive, and optical drive.
    Toshiba - Satellite Laptop, $379.99: Model: C655-S5305. 15.6" LED-backlit display, Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3-2330M processor (2.2GHz), 4GB memory, 320GB hard drive, and optical drive.
Dell, for its part, is offering an Inspiron 14R laptop for $399, $100 off regular pricing. It includes a 14-inch HD (720p) LED display, Intel Core i3-2310M processor (2.1GHz), 4GB of memory, 500GB hard drive, optical drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Among other deals, Amazon is offering a Sony VAIO EJ2 Series (VPCEJ28FX/B) 17.3-inch laptop for $691.83, about $108 off the regular price. That model includes a 17.3 1600x900 display, Intel Core i5 processor (2.4GHz), 4GB memory, 640GB hard drive, and Blu-ray player.
Amazon is also offering an Android Honeycomb-based Toshiba Thrive tablet (16GB) for $372, discounted from $399.99.
At Best Buy, don't expect to find many $199 BlackBerry PlayBook tablets, however. Most, if not all, of those have sold out over the last week or so at the national retailer.
Verizon is also chiming in with tablet and smartphone deals. With a two-year mobile broadband activation, an Android 3.2 4G LTE Motorola Xoom tablet is available for $199.99, $100 off the regular price.

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