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The Acer C7 Chromebook is one of the cheapest laptops money can buy. It’s an 11.6 inch notebook with an Intel Celeron processor and Google’s Chrome operating system.

It may not be the most powerful computer or the most versatile operating system around, but at $200 and up, it’s a pretty good bargain for folks who already think the web browser is the most important app.

Today you can get one even cheaper. Groupon is selling refurbished models for $170. The only catch is that it comes with a 90 day warranty instead of a 1-year warranty, and you may not get Google’s promotional 100GB of Google Drive disk space for 2-years.

Acer C7 Chromebook

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 (8-14-2013)”

  1. My curiosity got the best of me. I ordered a used model from Amazon.com warehouse yesterday for $149. I have no idea what the warranty is that comes with used products from their warehouse, however.

    1. I had a bad experience with a refurbed Kindle product from Amazon. You would think that since Amazon makes the Kindle, they would know how to refurb it. The item constantly rebooted and would not hold a charge. From the various videos of Amazon in the news, their warehouse seems to be just that, a warehouse.

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