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DealNN roundup: Toshiba 23-inch all-in-one, now $999

updated 01:40 pm EDT, Tue March 19, 2013

Toshiba 23-inch all-in-one, now $999

This week, JR.com has reduced the price of the Toshiba 23-inch all-in-one desktop PC from $1,150 down to $1,000, a savings of $150. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this computer by $30. Free shipping is available, and sales tax applies for residents of New York. The Toshiba desktop PC features a 2.4GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. A pre-paired Bluetooth mouse and keyboard are included, along with Windows 8, Microsoft Office Trial, a 30-day subscription to Norton Internet Security 2013, and a one-year limited warranty from Toshiba.

This week at Amazon, save 37 percent on the ViewSonic 24-inch widescreen LCD monitor with speakers, which was $255 but has been cut to $160 with fee Super Saver shipping. Save 37 percent on the TrendNet dual-band wireless "N" router at Rakuten.com this week, it is regularly $180, but has been reduced to $112.82 with $4.16 for shipping.

OfficeMax.com has reduced the cost of the Toshiba Satellite notebook with a 1.7GHz AMD processor, 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive from $400 down to $290, a savings of $110. A whopping 70 percent discount is offered on the refurbished Kodak ESP C310 Wi-Fi all-in-one color printer, it was $100, but is now only $30 at TigerDirect.com.




by MacNN Staff

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