Crazy Cyber Monday Deal Gets You Free Dell Mini Netbook With Office 2010 Purchase On The Microsoft Store

Posted: Nov 29 2010, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Nov 29 2010, 6:07am CST, in Shopping | Black Friday 2018


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Want a free netbook with your order? The Microsoft Store is offering a very hot Cyber Monday deal right now online. When you buy Office Home and Business 2010 for $279.99, you get the Dell Inspiron Mini 1018 Netbook for free. The Dell Inspiron Mini 1018 has a $299 value. This is an awesome Cyber Monday deal. The Microsoft Store offered the same deal on Black Friday and now you have the chance again to get this deal.

The Dell Mini 1018 netbook runs Windows 7 Starter and features Intel Atom N455 CPU, 1GB RAM, 250GB HDD, webcam, WiFi 802.11n, card-reader and 6-cell battery.

Get the Office 2010 and free Dell netbook deal for $279.99 now on the Microsoft Store now here.

Another hot Cyber Monday deal on the Microsoft Store is on a Alienware M17x10 gaming laptop bundle that contains besides the M17x10 Black Ops, Flght Simulator X Gold Edition, Sidewinder X8 mouse and a Zune HD 16GB player. The whole bundle sells for $1,999. You save $559.88 says Micrsoft. Get this deal here.

All Cyber Monday Sales have launched now. Get the best Cyber Monday deals now before they are gone. Find the latest Holiday weekend and Cyber Monday deals of the season on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets in our Cyber Monday Hub.

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