HP Laptops

Businesses can get Chromebooks, a Web console for management, support, warranty, replacements if something breaks, and hardware auto-updates for $28 per user per month. And Google will be offering schools a special price on Chromebooks. It will charge $20 a month per user, including hardware, administrative support, hardware upgrades, and warranty. When you turn on a Chromebook, it very quickly (more so than traditional-OS-based PCs) brings you to a login screen. From there, you can enter your username and password for your Google account (if you have Gmail, it is the same account). If you do not have a Google account, you can log in as a guest. Once you do that, you’ll see a browser. The browser is Google’s own Chrome browser, which Windows and Mac users have been able to use for about two and a half years. More »

Dell Laptops

When you purchase a new laptop/desktop. They are pre-installed with alot of bloatware basically things you\\\'ll prob never use or need. you could try a fresh install of the OS or if you couldn\\\'t do that try clicking on start menu>computer>Uninstall or change program and look on the list as it loads and whatever you see on the list that you don\\\'t use commonly or not need delete it. Also when your laptop boots up OS your system is opening and loading up all these programs in the background that you have no idea are even running. If you feel your up to it \\\"start menu>in command bar type \\\"system config\\\"> click on system configuration> click on \\\"startup\\\">and you can disable all programs that have no need to be opening up on boot and will speed up your boot and load times! More »

Samsung Laptops

Took at look at the Samsung Chromebook . Battery life is important and this baby has very good battery life. Keyboard and track pad are very good and I really enjoy the almost instant on. Within 20 seconds this thing in up and running and I am surfing the internet. For under $300, it\\\'s a no brainer. More »

Asus Notebooks

Touch screen Ultrabook In my opinion this is the best value for a sub $500 laptop right now. There are cheaper laptops you can buy, they may even have larger screens or user upgradeable memory but three things set this laptop apart as a superior value... A Intel i3 processor (2nd gen). I wouldn\\\'t want to settle for anything less than this in terms of the starting point for processing power; A 3rd Gen i3 would be even better! An 11.6 inch Touch-screen. A Touchscreen interface is a must have to really experience Windows 8. Excellent build quality - the case is made of aluminum, not cheap plastic like so many sub $500 laptops. More »


Apple 13.3″ MacBook Pro Notebook w/ Retina Display & Core i5 2.4 GHz ME864 NEW

$305.00 (32 Bids)
End Date: Thursday Jul-31-2014 4:19:13 PDT
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$31.00 (35 Bids)
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Toshiba Satelite L655-S5146 15.6″ (500GB, 4GB RAM, Intel Pentium P6200, 2.14GHz)

$150.00 (9 Bids)
End Date: Wednesday Jul-30-2014 21:34:16 PDT
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Apple MacBook Air (Mid 2011)

$132.50 (45 Bids)
End Date: Wednesday Jul-30-2014 21:23:17 PDT
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Apple MacBook Pro 13.3″ Laptop (June, 2012) PLEASE FEAD!!!!!PLEASE READ!!!!

$350.00 (43 Bids)
End Date: Wednesday Jul-30-2014 20:03:27 PDT
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ASUS (G750J) – Republic of Gamers — 1TB HDD – 8GB RAM, INTEL CORE i7 WIN. 8.1

$315.00 (14 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Aug-3-2014 20:00:49 PDT
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Apple MacBook Air 13.3” Mid-2013 A1466 MD760LL/A 1.3 Ghz 4GB 128GB 2014 Haswell

$102.50 (32 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Aug-3-2014 19:56:04 PDT
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