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The Acer Aspire E11 notebook features a an 11.6 inch display, an Intel Celeron Bay Trail processor, and a relatively low price. It normally sells for $250 and up.

But you can pick one up for $70 less than that at Best Buy. While this isn’t exactly the fastest laptop around, it’s a reasonably thin and light machine with 2GB of RAM a 320GB hard drive, and a price that’s lower than what you’d spend on some smartwatches.

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12 replies on “Deals of the Day (8-20-2014)”

  1. bought this for 200 at best buy (saw it here first) last week.. woops

  2. Does anyone know if Google tests/certifies all Chromebooks? I am pretty sure that Microsoft does not do this, and that anyone buying an inexpensive windows 8.1 laptop is taking a big risk. Part of my attraction to Chromebook/Chromebox is the testing that Google does. I know they can’t certify all Android devices, but they do certify their Nexus devices. I am buying a device that I want to use for at least 4 years.

    1. Google tests all chromebooks?
      What do you mean by that? No OS maker testifies each and every computer or phones thats coming out.

      Microsoft works with OEMs and both makes sure that each and every model works well with OS. At the same time Windows is the only OS that works on any computer. You can install on any laptop or desktop PC that you assembled yourself.

      Don’t talk trash if you don’t have any idea. By the way Google does not test the hardware of each and every chromebook thats on retail. They will check few per model.

      1. Apple certifies all their IOS devices. When I said test/certify, that refers to the testing that Google does on the prototype hardware… not with the manufacture of each device. Many people buy Apple, as their devices generally last many years… I would like a Windows laptop that is expensive and will not have hardware issues within the first 4 years. The Acer name is not enough to convince me of the quality of their product.

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