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DealNN roundup: 13.3-inch VAIO Ultrabook, only $799

updated 02:42 pm EST, Fri December 28, 2012

13.3-inch Sony VAIO Ultrabook, only $799

This week. DealNN saw a wide range of post-holiday discounts on computers, hard drives and more. At JR.com's Last Weekend of the Year sale, save 20 percent on the Sony VAIO 13.3-inch Ultrabook in silver. It is regularly priced at $1,000, but has been reduced to $800, which is $130 less than we were able to find elsewhere. The Sony Vaio has a 1.9GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 500GB + 32GB MLC Hybrid hard drive with Intel HD Graphics 4000, and Windows 8 comes pre-installed. A one-year limited warranty from Sony is also included.

At Buy.com today, save 35 percent on the Seagate Backup Plus 1TB USB portable hard drive. It was $140, but has been reduced to $90, and save an additional $15 with promo code '52E8686' at checkout. TigerDirect.com has reduced the cost of the Visual Land 7-inch internet tablet with Android 4.0, a Cortex A8 processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of storage space from $170 down to $100 with free US shipping. The Harman Kardon Soundsticks III satellite speakers and subwoofer system has been reduced by $41 from $210 down to $169 at JR.com.

A 27 percent price break is offered on the ZyXEL 1-bay network attached storage and media server, it was $130, but has been reduced to $94.24 with free budget shipping at Buy.com.



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