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Lenovo IdeaPad U410

The Lenovo IdeaPad U410 is an ultrabook with a 14 inch display, an Intel Ivy Bridge processor, a 500GB hard drive, and 32GB of solid state storage.

Lenovo is offering a model with NVIDiA GeForce 610M graphics and 8GB of RAM for $699 when you use the coupon code USPU42F927. That’s $270 off the list price, and $100 less than the latest promotional price listed on the Lenovo website.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (10-02-2012)”

  1. Hint, if you know someone who works for IBM or Lenovo, you can get even better deals on their ultrabooks (and their other products) via their Employee Purchase Plans, sometimes as much as $100 more. All your friend/family member needs to do is give you their employee id, and you can do the rest.

    (I probably should add that this is legit — IBM and Lenovo have a “Friends and Family” program that encourages employees to get friends and family to buy their products, and IBMers still have access to Lenovo’s EPP since it was Lenovo who bought IBM’s PC business.)

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