Sunday, November 9, 2008

Laptop deals at Office Max this week

The best deal money-wise is the Compaq CQ50-139nr, which we featured at the main blog. You pay $500, and get a feature-packed laptop. Great for the thrifty buyers. But that's not all. Five more laptops are listed at Office Max. Let's take a quick look!

Laptop Deals this week
The most colorful model is the red Gateway M7818u for $650. This is nice if you don't object to the red. It is powered by a dual core T5800, 4gb memory, 250gb disk, 15.4" widescreen, webcam, wireless, memory card reader, and a 64-bit Vista.

The most expensive laptop in this week's ad is the Sony Vaio VGN-FW203J/H going for $850. This has a 16.4" widescreen display, ideal for widescreen movie viewers. The specs include a T5800 Core 2 Centrino, 3gb DDR2 memory, 250gb disk, hdmi, 64-bit Vista, and things like that. Did we mention the Sony brand and the 16.4" widescreen? :-)

And now to a smaller screen, a 14.1" widescreen, the HP dv4-1120us can be yours for $700. You get a T5800 dual core processor, 4gb memory, 250gb hard disk, 64-bit Vista, dvd burner, and things like that!

Next up, we have the HP dv5-1119nr going for $650. It has the common 15.4" widescreen, the AMD Turion RM-70 processor, 4gb memory, 250gb disk, and the usual suspect of features.

Last but not least, we have the 17" HP CQ70-120us for $600, which is not a bad deal for a 17" laptop. That display size is good enough as a desktop replacement, at least for some applications and some people. The main specs include a T3200 dual core processor, 3gb memory, 250gb disk, 64-bit Vista, and things like that.


Computer Accessories this week
We start with a 21.6" Soyo widescreen display for just $170 or $250 for a 24" LCD display. The price for this two Soyo displays is only good for in-store however.

Storage is good especially since the data volume increases and more and more. For $90, you can get the Western Digital My Book Essentials 500gb external hard disk drive.

If you have HP laptops, they have the 90 watt AC adapter on sale for $50. The list of compatible models is not listed, so be sure to check the Office Max website or the HP website for details.

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