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With a list price of $199 and up, the Dell Chromebook 11 with an Intel Celeron N3060 processor and 4GB of RAM is already one of the cheapest halfway decent laptops around. But Best Buy seems to constantly be running sales on this laptop — and the latest means you can pick one up for as little as $129.

That’s for a model with just 16GB of built-in storage, but you can spend an extra $20 to get a Dell Chromebook 11 with 32GB of eMMC storage.

Or if you’re in the market for something bigger and more powerful, Best Buy is also offering deep discounts on 14 inch convertibles with Intel Core i3 processors from HP and Dell.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Chromebooks

Windows laptops

Tablets

Other

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6 replies on “Daily Deals (10-11-2019)”

  1. I cannot recommend buying the Dell Chrome 11 any more because I believe its auto update life expired in June 2019.

    1. Google should be ashamed of itself…these fairly short update life cycles are borderline environmental vandalism…typing this from a 10 year old Windows 7 computer that will still be updated into 2020!

  2. I have this Chromebook and its great. Only thing that sucks is the Linux apps..Firefox ESR is out of focus, buggy and almost unusable. Simplier Linux apps work fine. I would recommend for now buying a Chromebook with more RAM and a better processor if running Linux apps is important to you.

  3. “i3-10110U” … what happened to i3-9xxx? they jumped from i3-8145U to this…

    1. I read that Chromebooks skipped over the ninth gen Intel cpus.

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