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DealNN: refurbished Samsung Chomebook cut to $170

updated 01:41 pm EDT, Tue July 9, 2013

Refurbished Samsung Chomebook cut to $170

Today's deal of the day from BestBuy.com is on the refurbished Samsung 11.6-inch Chromebook, which has been cut from $250 down to $170. That's $80 off the list price of $250, and the lowest price we have seen on this notebook, in new or refurbished condition, by the same price margin. Free US delivery is included, but sales tax applies for residents of most states. The Samsung Chromebook features a 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos 5 processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of flash storage. A 90-day warranty on parts and labor is included from Samsung.

Until July 14, save big on the 27-inch iMac: it was $1,799, but has been cut to $1,719. A $30 off instant coupon drops the price further to $1,689, plus buyers get 25,000 "Super Points," which equals $250 that can be spent on anything else at Rakuten.com.

Currently, MacMall.com has the Wacom Bamboo Splash Pen tablet for the reduced price of $60 with free shipping. The HP 23-inch LED backlit LCD monitor has been reduced from $249 down to $126, and a $25 mail-in-rebate offer is available that drops the price further to $101 at eCost.com. Save 47 percent on the Sony Cyber-Shot 16.2MP digital camera: it was $380, but has been cut to $199.97 at TigerDirect.com.




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