New Best Buy Black Friday $197 HP G60-507DX Notebook Deal Unveiled

Posted: Nov 24 2009, 6:43am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:45pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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Best Buy just announced that they will offer an HP notebook for only $197 in-stores on Black Friday.
This Black Friday notebook deal aims to beat the Walmart Black Friday notebook deal, which features a $198 eMachines eME627 notebook.
Best Buy beats Walmart by $1 and with HP offers a top brand.
Features of the HP G60-507DX laptop include an Intel Celeron 900 CPU at 2.2Ghz, 15.6-inch screen, 2GB memory, 6-cell battery and a 160GB hard drive, Multiformat DVD±RW/CD-RW drive with double-layer support and Windows 7 Home Premium.
There are supposed to be 5 HP G60-507DX laptops available at the $197 price per store.

The Walmart $198 eMachines notebook for Black Friday differs by offering an AMD Athlon 64 CPU instead of the Intel Celeron used in this HP laptop.
In early November Walmart sold the G60-519WM for $298, which had the same CPU, but more RAM and a larger HDD.

What I think will happen this Holiday season for the first time is that notebook computers will sell for less or the same as netbooks.
As reported the full Best Buy Black Friday Ad and doorbusters are online on the Best Buy site.

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