ViewSonic ViewBook Intel 1.2GHz 13" Laptop For $350 + $7 S&h

Posted: Nov 15 2010, 12:50am CST | by , Updated: Nov 15 2010, 12:56am CST, in Shopping | Black Friday 2017

 

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TigerDirect.com offers the 3.74-lb. ViewSonic ViewBook Intel Celeron 1.2GHz 13.3" Widescreen Notebook in Black, model no. VNB132, for $349.99 plus $7.42 for shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $108, although it was $7 less in October (since expired). It features an Intel Celeron SU2300 1.2GHz processor, 13.3" widescreen 1366x768 LCD, 2GB RAM, 320GB hard drive, webcam, 802.11n wireless, and Windows 7 Home Premium.

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