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The HP Stream line of laptops are normally cheap, with pries starting at $199. But if you buy one right now you can also get $25 to spend on apps and games in the Windows Store.

Microsoft is offering Signature Edition Stream 11 and 13 laptops with gift cards for $199 and $229, respectively. Both models feature Intel Celeron N2840 Bay Trail processors, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of flash storage.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Laptops and 2-in-1s

Tablets, phones, and eReaders

Other

There’s one last deal I want to note in case I forget to do it on Friday: Starting November 21st, Barnes & Noble is permanently lowering the price of a NOOK GlowLight eReader by $20. You’ll be able to pick one up for $99 from now on.

The company will also be offering discounts on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK tablets with 7 and 10 inch screens over the weekend. I’ve added details to the Liliputing Black 2014 Friday Mobile Tech deals page.

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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (11-19-2014)”

  1. Just want to say Monument Valley is amazing. Picked it up when it was on sale for a dollar. Well worth it. Free? No question, you need to get it.

  2. Some Chinese company, “CHUWI”, announced the Vi8, the cheapest 8″ IPS Windows tablet with 2GB RAM and 32GB ROM, for only $82, shipping early December in China. So expect Christmas time offerings, to include sub-$100 2Gb versions, possibly with included 3G modem and ANDROID dual boot, apparently “CHUWI” like to include 3G call function in most of their tablets.

  3. Will windows 8.1 devices get free upgrade to Windows 10 or are they obsolete right away?

    1. The widespread assumption is they’ll get upgraded. But I don’t think Microsoft has officially said so at this point. You’d think they’d think about that, what with holiday shopping upon us. I know I’m not buying anything with Windows until I get just that official statement from MS about updating to 10.

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