Bigger Is Better
I haven’t been paying hawk-eyed attention, but I haven’t seen too many monitors this big for under $300…
And, yes. When it comes to viewing screens, bigger is better. A big screen and upgrading your Internet speed are my top two methods for improving your “computing experience”. (Nice specs on that one there..)
Also, if this (next) unit had a SSD, I think I’d jump. (Seriously considering buying my last laptop I ever buy now, before Windows 8 (and cloud OSes) arrive.)
Dell XPS 15z 15.6″ Ultra-thin Core i5 Laptop What makes this a great deal?
This PCMag Editors’ Choice award-winner is described as “every bit as luxurious as the Apple MacBook Pro 15″, but it won’t cost you nearly as much.” At less than an inch thick and stuffed full of the latest technology, like an Intel Core i5 and 1GB NVIDIA graphics, you won’t be wanting for anything with this premium PC. You’ll especially like the finer touches, like the backlit keyboard, aluminum design, and 1 year in-home warranty with premium phone support. Click See It and step into a new premium PC today.
How to redeeem:
1. Start at Dell store
2. Click “Review & Checkout,” then “Add to Cart”
3. Apply coupon code R536ZTX3RS8NL8 for total $300 instant savings applied automatically, proceed to final checkout.
List Price: $999.99
Sale: $699.99 + FREE SHIPPING
You save: 30% ($300)
Has specs I like (like USB 3.0, and 2×2 Wireless A/G/N [can “see” 5.0GHz], and HDMI out on discrete graphics card…)(But.. not on sale is a 1080P version, w/2GB’s discrete.. hmmm..)
Hmmm.. a docking station, and the two together.. Santa? You there?
Reading reco: Are you bored? Need to start a good argument? Sending certain people you know this science news item will cure your troubles…
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