Black Friday Comes Early, on The Cheap
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://notebooks.com/2011/06/20/black-friday-comes-early-350-dual-core-notebooks-at-best-buy-staples/' target='_blank'>http://notebooks.com/2011/06/20/bla...st-buy-staples/</a><br /><br /></div><p>“<em>Most notebooks under $400 have specs so low-end that even the most basic users won’t be satisfied, but thanks to the latest cost effective AMD processors, consumers can pick up a new notebook from Best Buy or Staples that will deliver on all the standard needs of home users for just $350. </em><em>Instead of the sub-par single core processors and lackluster specs, these new AMD Fusion E-350 powered notebooks are packing a dual core processor, capable graphics card, 3-4GB RAM, 320GB hard drive, built in webcam and Windows 7. These notebooks are available today from Best Buy and Staples for $350.”</em></p><p><img src="http://images.thoughtsmedia.com/resizer/thumbs/size/600/wpt/auto/1308706924.usr56596.jpg" style="border: 0;" /></p><p><em></em></p><p>For most users these new low-cost laptops are a great replacement. The new low-cost laptops are as good as they were just a few short years ago. It is amazing how fast the price is dropping on laptops. The new low-cost laptops are now in the price range of a netbook, but the hardware and performance they offer is significantly better. I find the new laptops appealing in that they are now very affordable and can handle probably most of my computing needs. In addition, with rapid development of technology improvements does it make sense to invest in higher cost laptops? Check out the Notebooks.com article to find out if these new low-cost laptops are for you.</p>
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