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The Asus X200CA line of notebooks are small laptops with 11.6 inch touchscreen displays and low price tags. It’s not hard to find one for under $300, but right now you can do even better.
Best Buy is offering a model with a Celeron Bay Trail CPU for just $250, and you can snag a refurbished version of an older model with from eBay for $50 less.
Speaking of older devices, Newegg is selling a refurbished last-gen Acer C710 Chromebook for just $100. While it’s not quite as fast and doesn’t get the same kind of battery life as a model with a newer Intel Haswell chip, that’s a pretty great price for a laptop, no matter what operating system it comes with.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Asus X200 11.6″ touchscreen Windows notebook w/Celeron N2815 for $250 – Best Buy
- Refurb Asus X200 11.6″ touchscreen Windows notebook w/Celeron 1007U for $200 – VooduBlu (via eBay)
- Refurb Acer C710 Chromebook w/Celeron 847 for $100 after rebate – Newegg
- Lenovo Miix 2 8 Windows tablet w/32GB for $229 – Microsoft Store
- Refurb Google Nexus 7 (2013) tablet w/32GB for $170 – Driven GPS (via eBay)
- Refurb Google Nexus 7 (2012) tablet w/32GB for $100 – Newegg (via eBay)
- Refurb HiSense Sero 7 Pro tablet w/8GB for $90 – Newegg (via eBay)
- Refurb Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (1st gen) for $200 – A4C
- Sony Smartwatch 2 for $120 – AltaTac (via eBay)
- PNY 256GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $100 – TigerDirect (coupon: YVX127651)
- PNY 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $20 – TigerDirect (coupon: DOP127825)
- Refurb Roku 3 streaming media player for $70 – Newegg (coupon: EMCYTZG348)
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
I bought that Asus notebook/netbook a month ago from Best Buy for $279. It’s a surprisingly good little machine. I was going back-n-forth deciding between the X200MA and the Transformer T100. $100 cheaper, full ports, 500GB harddrive, I couldn’t pass it up. The only downsides… the touchpad is a bit wonky and it lacks bluetooth. But everything else is very nice. Asus hasn’t lost their touch when it comes to netbooks.
I’ve tried to use my Surface 2 for extended editing sessions, but the screen is a bit cramped. The 11.6″ on the Asus hits it well.
I’m not in the market for one but this Asus would be great for a kitchen recipe computer/Youtube player/photo viewer.
A friend has a similar laptop (that was a “deal” at equivalent of $400) and uses it like that plus a little office and web use. Basically tablet price for a computer that can do anything except video editing or games. Pretty cool.
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