First $199.99 Black Friday Laptop Is On Sale On Best Buy

Posted: Nov 4 2011, 2:51am CDT | by , in Shopping | Black Friday 2018


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The first bargain laptop of the Black Friday 2011 Season is on sale now.

Best Buy just launched the 2-Day Shop Early, Save Big Sales event online. One of the headlining deal is a $199.99 Laptop. The bargain laptop is a 14-inch eMachines with an Intel Celeron CPU, 2GB RAM and a 320GB HDD.

Other features of the eMachines EMD528-2496 include Windows 7, 4-cell battery, Intel 4500M GPU, webcam, card reader, Wi-Fi, and DVD burner drive. As always with these bargain laptops they offer all features you would want but lack performance. The Celeron CPU is really getting old now. Still the machine will work for basic tasks as browsing the web, writing emails or do some word processing. Forget gaming on that laptop.

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