Black Friday Ad Leaks Sylvania Netbook For $94.88

Posted: Nov 7 2010, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Nov 7 2010, 7:07am CST, in Black Friday 2019


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The CVS Pharmacy started to sell the Sylvania Windows CE Netbook for $99.99 in September. The bargain netbook has been hard to find in CVS stores in the last couple of weeks. Today the CVS Black Friday Ad leaked on GottaDeal and one of the advertised deals is the Sylvania 7-inch netbook. The CVS Pharmacy will sell the Sylvania netbook for $94.88 (with Card) on Black Friday. The savings are modest and you need a "card" (not sure what card that is), but maybe there is plenty of stock.

CVS positions the 7-inch Sylvania netbook is a mobile wireless device offering e-mail, streaming video, social networking and Wi-Fi. Clearly this netbook is of limited use as it runs Windows CE. If it would be an Android device it could be interesting. A computer below $100 sounds definitely enticing. 3rd party retailers on Amazon offer a very similar looking Windows CE netbook for $99.99. So if you absolutely want to have one of these you can buy it there now.

I recommend though to get a new Windows 7 or at least a Windows XP netbook. I am still expecting Black Friday netbook deals priced below $200 to appear in the coming weeks. Refer to our Black Friday Netbook Deals Guide for the current hot netbook deals.

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