The Consumerist has daily deals that are also great for bargain hunters. It includes electronics (a $330 28" LCD monitor was last week) and I've found some great deals there. I just bought Firefly on DVD for $16.
[citation][nom]amdgamer666[/nom]^ Agreed, seeing core i7 laptops for under a grand would be enough for me to spontaneously buy... if I had the money[/citation]
Same boat, I am closing on a house next week. If I wasn't, I would be picking up that HP DV6t laptop. I got the price down to $1040 with 6GB DDR3 ram, and a 500GB hard drive in it, which is pretty awesome.
Maybe during the holidays I will find some extra money to make it happen.
[citation][nom]hatemongeratf[/nom]The Consumerist has daily deals that are also great for bargain hunters. It includes electronics (a $330 28" LCD monitor was last week) and I've found some great deals there. I just bought Firefly on DVD for $16.[/citation]
could you perhaps do these articles for non US (canadian) for example. I never understood why majority of US shopping sites refuse to ship to canadian customers. If there's any country in the world that resemble close to the US in terms of demographics/exchange rate/ease of shipping, it would be us canadians.
[citation][nom]Kelavarus[/nom]Hahahahah! *wipes tears from eyes*That was a good one.Anyway... Why in the world quad core notebooks? Why not a couple of dual cores in there?[/citation]
I think I'd actually rather a 2.66GHz dual over a 1.6GHz quad on a laptop.
Though on a desktop, quadcore no doubt. =D
Actually decent prices on the laptops... too bad I'm near broke...