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While searching the web for good deals on laptops, tablets, and other mobile tech today I happened upon a computer I hadn’t heart of before.

The Asus ImagineBook MJ401TA is a 3.6 pound notebook with a 14 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, an Intel Core m3-8100Y processor, 4GB of RAM, a 128GB PCIe SSD, and a 38 Wh battery.

It ships with Windows 10 in S Mode, but you should be able to switch to Windows 10 Home. And the computer features USB Type-C and Type-A ports, an HDMI port, a microSD card reader, and headphone jack.

The Asus ImagineBook appears to be exclusively sold by Best Buy, and the retailer says it has a list price of $500. But right now it’s on sale for $350, which isn’t a bad price at all for a notebook with those specs.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Windows laptops



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3 replies on “Daily Deals (10-25-2019)”

  1. I was surprised when a similar device was delivered that the “card reader” would NOT allow the SD card to be completely inserted or enclosed in the slot. It hung out from the side. I had hoped an SD card could be more or less permanently installed as a “storage” device rather than a “file transfer” device. I was disappointed. (I will not name the make or model that disappointed me. My own fault for not doing more homework.)

    Is there a usage on the terminology that a “card reader” is “partially outside” the device, and if so, what is the term for a slot that takes an SD card wholly in, and CAN be used for storage?

    Finally, is this featured device equipped for SD storage, or SD transport?

    1. I just got one, on sale for $ 250.00 USD. Not bad little laptop for that price. As for the SD card, it fits flush.

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