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Over the past few years, a number of low-cost notebooks running Google’s Chrome operating system have hit the market. While Google offers the operating system to PC makers free of charge, that’s not the only thing that makes these laptops cheap: they also tend to have pretty basic specs including just 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage or less.

But in the past year we’ve seen a number of Windows notebooks with similar specs… and similar prices. Acer, Asus, and HP all offer 11.6 inch notebooks with list prices of $200 or less. Still think that’s too much money? If you shop around you can often save some money — and right now there are a couple of deals that will let you pick up a refurbished Windows 8.1 notebook for $150 or a new model for $180.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.



You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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3 replies on “Deals of the Day (6-30-2015)”

  1. The Venue 11 Pro 7130 is a great tablet if you aren’t expecting ultrabook performance. The 7130 Core-i variants have a known throttle issue because Dell set SoC temp limit at 65C, causing CPU to throttle not long into a sustained load (meaning the CPU can’t even maintain load at base clock rate for long). I recently replaced mine with the Core M sequel, 7140, and it’s definitely faster despite the CPU having a lower base clock (1.2GHZ 5Y71 vs. 1.6GHZ i5-4300Y) due to having a much higher temp limit of 90C.

  2. The price for the Asus X205TA shows as $238.99 when you follow the link to the Microsoft site.

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