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HP offers a line of 2-in-1 notebooks under the Pavilion x360 line, and while the 11.6 inch model with an Intel Pentium Bay Trail processor is probably the least powerful of the bunch, it’s also the cheapest. Normally it sells for around $399 or less. But for today only Best Buy is selling this convertible tablet/laptop hybrid PC for just $250.


Some of the day’s best deals are listed below. There are a few notes about today’s deals:

1. The Toshiba tablets featured in today’s roundup are pretty lousy tablets, but they’re really cheap. You might want to pick one up for use as a smart alarm clock, or a media device that you can hook up to a TV.

2. I know the Surface Pro 3 deal doesn’t look cheap, but it’s $150 off the list price for that model. You can get a less expensive model for as little as $799, but that’s the normal price for a version with less memory and storage and a less powerful processor.




You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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2 replies on “Deals of the Day (5-19-2015)”

  1. The FreedomPop 4G hotspot sleeve for iPod touch looks
    suspiciously like the first device the company came out
    with, which was WiMax. Sprint is shutting down WiMax
    by Nov. this year. FreedomPop still has the sleazy billing
    issues it’s had for years. Buyer beware.

    My understanding is also that the Toshiba 7″ tablets,
    like all Win 8 7″, are not eligible for the free Win 10

  2. Heads up on the FreedomPop iPod Hotspot – WiMax service only lasts through November.

    From the checkout page:
    “4G WiMax service will be offered as long as the Sprint WiMax network is active. The Sprint Wimax Network is scheduled to be deactivated on or around November 6, 2015. No refunds will be given to anyone outside of the 30 day warranty period.”

    Still a good deal for $10. Also watch out, they check the box for $3.99/mo data rollover by default at checkout but the 500mb plan is supposed to be free otherwise.

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