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Asus Zenbook UX31
The Asus Zenbook UX31E is one of the only 13.3 inch notebooks available with a high resolution 1600 x 900 pixel display… and right now it’s also one of the cheapest thanks to a $150 instant rebate at Office Depot which brings the price down to $899.99.

Here are some of today’s best deals on mobile tech.

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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (3-12-2012)”

  1. @Dave…there is a Honeycomb update for the Flyer I believe. One of them commenters indicated he applied it as soon as the unit arrived.

    1. …and I hate typos…”One of them commenters…” Really?

      One of THE commenters…

  2. The HTC Flyer for $199 is a good deal, but according to the product page it does not include the stylus.

    1. It would be a better deal if it came with the stylus. I found out you can get a stylus for about $30 on eBay though, as opposed to the normal $80 price (I got my wife a Flyer for Christmas).

    2. Android 2.3 kills this deal for me.  I’ll only look at Android 3.x and higher devices.  Many apps in Google Play (the site formerly known as Android Market) won’t run on Android 2.x. 

      I can also plug a USB keyboard and mouse in an Android 3.x device.

      The pen is nice though, but I expect more active digitizer equipped tablets to come out.

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