Do you remember my report last week about the claims made by Best Buy's CEO that tablets are "crashing"? The real reason behind his claims is that people are using their gadgets for longer than they ever have before. So not as many people are upgrading.
The good news is that when it is time to upgrade, you can get quality gadgets at half of what you would've paid for them in the past.
Today's deals bring you top quality tech at a cut-rate price. They might just save you a trip to buy marked up last-generation technology at Best Buy.
14" Refurbished HP Chromebook - $199.99 ($329.00)
Your next laptop doesn't have to be as expensive as most companies would have you believe. Laptops are getting smaller and more mobile, and built-in solid state drives mean you won't have to listen to the angry whirring of a storage tray.
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Chromebooks aren't going to be the high-powered PC that video editors are looking for, but they'll do just fine for most typical Internet users. You might want to check out HP's 14-inch Chromebook if you're in the market for a new laptop.
Google Nexus 7 Tablet - $164.99 ($229.99)
If James Bond had to take any gadget with him on a mission, I'd suspect that it'd probably be a tablet. Tablets give you access to video messaging, email, camera and the ability to research almost anything. Nowadays, you can probably pick up a tablet for less than it'd cost you to get a collection of James Bond movies.
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The Google Nexus 7 is one of the most popular tablets on the market, and markdowns like this don't happen very often. This deal will be over soon, so add it to your cart if you think that you've found what you're looking for.