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DealNN roundup: Samsung Series 5, only $450 after rebate

updated 02:35 pm EST, Fri February 1, 2013

Samsung Series 5, only $450 after rebate

This week TigerDirect.com has slashed the price on the Samsung Series 5 Slim notebook PC from $699.99 down to $499.99, which already makes it the lowest price we have seen on this notebook by $60, and until 2/28/2013, save an additional $50 with a mail-in-rebate offer that drops the price further to $449.99 with $7.99 for shipping. This notebook features a 2.1GHz AMD dual-core processor, 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive, with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit pre-installed. Other features include a Radeon HD 7500 graphics card, Wireless N networking and HDMI port. A one year warranty on parts and labor is included from Samsung.

The current generation 13.3-inch MacBook Air is available this week at Amazon.com for the reduced price of $1099 with FREE shipping. On clearance at BestBuy.com is the Mac Box Set with Mac OS X Leopard, iLife '09 and iWork '09, it was originally priced at $169.99, but is now $109.99 with FREE shipping.


Save 31% on the Verico Evolution 64GB USB flash drive at Newegg.com, it was $57.99 but has been reduced to $39.99 with FREE shipping. The Samsung 23.6-inch LCD monitor has seen a 41% discount today at Rakuten.com, bringing the cost down from $237.48 to $139.99 with FREE budget shipping.



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