Black Friday 2009 To See More Agressive PC Pricing Says HP

Posted: Nov 14 2009, 11:39pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:29pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Walmart already showed this holiday shopping season how low a HP Laptop can be priced with the $249.99 Acer Extensa notebook.
HP says that there is more aggressive PC pricing around Black Friday via this Reuters report, but HP has no plans to offer a notebook below $298. Albeit HP does not know if a retailer is going at it alone and sells an HP laptop under $298 on Black Friday.

Budget Windows 7 notebooks are an interesting Black Friday deal, but I also like to see laptops with decent specifications with low prices on Black Friday.
Sunday looks like to be an early Black Friday netbook sales day. Best Buy is going to offer $249.99 netbooks. We do not know yet which one, but the pricing is already very promising. We will have a report as soon as Best Buy launches their early Black Friday netbook deal.
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