Looking to pick up a nice, powerful ultra-light notebook? The Lenovo ThinkPad X201 is today’s Deal of the Day, and it fits the bill nicely. This one weighs less than three pounds and rocks a 12.1-inch display and Intel Core i5 processor, and with the Lenovo promo code, you get it for 34% off, saving a whopping $622.80. Rounding this out is battery life up to 12 hours with the 9-cell battery.
If you are looking to pick up a powerhouse of a laptop, our Deal of the Day is right up your alley. We’ve found the HP Pavilion dv6 Select Edition, which packs a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 640GB hard drive, and 6GB RAM, selling for a nice discount of 20% off. There are multiple configurations available, but as long at you use the HP promo code, you’ll walk away with some pretty nice discounts.
Hey, don’t look now, but if you’re in need of a new laptop at an inexpensive price, then our Deal of the Day might be up your alley. Using the Lenovo promo code at the link below, you’ll get a nice 32% discount on the 14-inch IdeaPad Y460. The notebook sports a Core i3-5350M processor, 1GB ATI Radeon Mobility HD 5650, Bluetooth, webcam, all powered by Windows 7. All in all, you’re saving $330, which isn’t bad at all.
Today’s Deal of the Day offers the Lenovo Essentials G460 notebook computer at a savings of $300 of the regular price, giving you a total of 32% off. The G460 has a 14-inch LED backlit display and is equipped with a 500GB hard drive, Intel Core i% processor running at 2.26GHz, optical drive, HDMI out, Bluetooth, Intel HD graphics, and ships with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit installed. Couple all that with free shipping, and you’ve got yourself a great deal.
Today’s Deal of the Day brings $330 off of the Lenovo IdeaPad Y460 notebook computer—that’s a 32% savings. The Y460 boasts the Intel Core i3 processor at 2.26GHz (although you can upgrade to the Core i5 model,) 320GB hard drive, ATI Mobility Radeon 5650 1GB graphics, Bluetooth, 802.11n Wi-Fi, webcam built-in, all powered by Windows 7. Click through for all the details on this deal, which includes free shipping.
Hey, so you know those new Core i5 and i7 MacBook Pros that launched yesterday? If you are looking to pick one up, you should definitely check Amazon, as they’ve got a nice discount on all models, across the board. Here’s the breakdown:
- 13-inch MC374LL/A - $1,159.99 ($40 off)
- 13-inch MC375LL/A - $1,449.99 ($50 off)
- 15-inch MC371LL/A - $1,739.99 ($60 off)
- 15-inch MC372LL/A - $1,929.99 ($70 off)
- 15-inch MC373LL/A - $2099.99 ($100 off)
- 17-inch MC024LL/A - $2199.99 ($100 off)
Definitely not bad at all, even on the least expensive models - especially when you factor in the fact that Amazon doesn’t charge sales tax to a majority of locations that they ship to.
It’s been a long time coming, but Apple has finally released the refreshed line of MacBook Pro notebooks that are powered by the Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. The 13-inch MacBook Pro line is actually sticking with the Core 2 Duo chips, but they do bring faster 2.4GHz and 2.66GHz options, alongside a 10-hour battery. The real news here, though, is in the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pros. The 15-inch models start at $1,799 with a 2.4GHz Core i5 (520M), 320GB hard drive, 8-9 hour battery, and the 256MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics chip which features Optimus switching. That allows the graphics chip to automatically switch from performance mode to a low power mode on the fly, rather than having to log out and back in. The next step up in the 15-inch line nabs you a 2.53GHz Core i5 (540M) and 500GB hard drive for $1,999, while the top of the line model features the 2.66 GHz Core i7 (620M) and the NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M with 512MB RAM.
If the 17-incher is more your thing, it starts out at $2,299 with a 2.53GHz Core i5, 500GB hard drive, ExpressCard slot, and the 512MB 330M. Options for all include more RAM (they all come with 4GB by default,) and 128, 256, and 512GB SSD drives. The 15-inch models also have new display options. By default, they ship with a 1440x900 glossy display, but for an extra $100 you can get a high resolution 1680x1050 display. For another $50 on top of that, you can get the 1680x1050 with antiglare. Lastly, the new machines are capable of “inertial scrolling” on the trackpads. If you have an iPhone, it’s similar to flicking up and down to scroll.
You can pick up any of the new MacBook Pros now in the Apple Store.
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You know that Apple event that focuses on mobility products that is rumored to be happening at the end of the month? Looks like it won’t be just related to the Apple tablet iSlate iPad super iPhone. With the new Intel Core i5 and i7 chips having just launched, we figured they’d make their way into the MacBook Pro line soon enough. In fact, Intel seems pretty confident here too, being that they are running giveaways where you could win a Core i5-powered MacBook Pro, despite the fact that they technically don’t exist. Yet. We bet that’ll change before the month is over.
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