Hot Deals of The Day: Intel 320 SSD, Dell Inspiron Slim Tower, Samsung Galaxy Nexus and More

So there, we're early about it this morning.  Like a pipin' hot cup-a-joe, we have deals for you again from the boys at Logicbuy.  Today we've got some real good stuff too.  Check out the Intel SSD at less than a dollar per Gig.  Just the thing for that notebook of yours that feels aging and pokey but really shouldn't be.  Though if you're jonesing for a new machine, we've got something for you here too with Intel's 2nd gen Sandy Bridge Core series processor goodness under the hood. 

Then again you could take your computing experience hyper-portable and just drop that Galaxy Nexus in your pocket.  Decision, decisions...

Intel 320 160GB SSD for $155 shipped


Dell Inspiron 620s Slim Tower 2nd Gen Intel Core i3 3.3GHz Quad-core Desktop (Quickship) for $449


Dell Vostro 3750 17.3-in Intel 2nd Gen Core i3 2.1GHz Aluminum Laptop (Quickship) for $495 shipped



Sceptre 40" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV (X402BV-FHD) for $300 shipped



Samsung Galaxy Nexus [Verizon] + Free SD Card for $189.99 (Verizon $300)
Via:  LogicBuy
Comments
AKnudson 3 years ago

OK so we have some great deals. the one that rally catches my eye, is the 450$ 3.3 ghz quadcore i3 proccesor dell slim tower. Wow thats a mouthful.

Anyway that is really a great computer.

AKnudson 3 years ago

can anyone give me a second opinion on that phone price i have never had much experience with smart phones.

digitaldd 3 years ago

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can anyone give me a second opinion on that phone price i have never had much experience with smart phones.

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Wirefly is a good reputable site for buying anything cell phone related and the Galaxy Nexus is to current jesus phone in the android lineup. its a nexus phone so its the plain Android experience with no added bloatware. The only gripes I have seen anyone have about this phone so far are: the screen is too big to manage with one hand, battery life could be better, and people coming from phones that had good physical keyboards wish it had a real keyboard.

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