The $100 premium over the eMachines Laptop gets you an LED backlit screen, 1GB more RAM and a 6-cell battery instead of a 4-cell. What you do not get is a HDMI port. I am a bit torn, but if you seek a low-budget laptop than try to get the $198 eMachines eME528-2325. If you expect state-of-the-art performance from a laptop you anyway should not get any of these two.
Walmart will start selling the $298 HP G56-129WM laptop at 5am on Black Friday. It is not known yet if Walmart will also offer this bargain laptop online. See the Walmart HP Celeron laptop listings on Walmart.com.
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