Best Buy Black Friday Laptop Deal For Today: $399.99 Asus K52F-BBR5 Laptop With New Pentium P6100 CPU

Posted: Nov 14 2010, 9:24am CST | by , in Shopping | Black Friday 2017


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Best Buy just started to offer a new early Black Friday Laptop deal under $400. The Asus K52F-BBR5 is on sale for only $399.99.

Features of the Asus K52F-BBR5 laptop include 15.6-inch LED LCD Display, Intel Pentium P6100 2Ghz CPU, 3GB DDR3 RAM, DVD burner, 320GB HDD, 0.3MP camera with facial recognition, card reader, Wifi 802.11n, 4 hour and 21min. battery life and Windows 7 Home Premium.

$399.99 is a great price for this solid laptop. Compare to under $500 priced laptops on Amazon.

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