5 Top Black Friday Netbook Deals That Are Still On Sale

Posted: Nov 27 2009, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:52pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2018


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The best Black Friday netbook deals like the $179.99 Compaq Mini offered by Best Buy are long gone.
I have scanned the major Black Friday Online Sales and still found some good netbook deals. As far as my research goes I could not find any $200 netbook on sale anywhere anymore.

Black Friday is long over, but Amazon has some great netbook deals right now just before Christmas is hitting. Check them out here.

The lowest priced netbook is offered by Dell. The still sell the Dell mini v10 for $249 in their Black Friday Sale.

The Dell mini v10 has the typical budget netbook configuration with 10.1-inch screen, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, and 3-cell battery.

Amazon seems to still have the biggest dynamics in netbook deal offerings. Just a short while ago the started to offer the Toshiba Mini NB205 Windows 7 netbook for $309.99.

Find the list of the top 5 Black Friday netbook deals still available online below.

Top 5 Black Friday Netbook Deals:

Amazon just added the Dell Inspiron Mini 1011 Window 7 Netbook for $299.99.

If you still look for Black Friday laptop deals see this new 7 Top Laptop Deals.

Black Friday sales events are going on today, November 27th, online and in-stores. Find more Black Friday Deals in our ongoing Black Friday coverage.

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