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Hot Deals of the Day: $500 Off Lenovo T400s, More

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Pretty much nobody likes Mondays. You wake up early, you shower (or you know, you don't) and you slouch to work wishing it were a real day, like Thursday or Friday.

Fortunately our friends at LogicBuy are on hand to offer you some great deals on laptops, hardware and LCD TVs. Makes Monday that little bit nicer, right?

Feel like lopping $200 bucks off the list price of Lenovo's 14-in 2.1GHz Dual-core G450? LogicBuy is offering $100 off and a $100 coupon for Lenovo's Windows 7-equipped 14-incher, bringing the price down to just $499 with free shipping. The notebook packs GMA X4500, 4GB DDR3, a 320GB HDD, a 6-cell battery, 802.11b/g, and DVD+/-RW.

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Get the ThinkPad T400s for just $1,599.20. That's $146 and 20 percent off the list price of $2,145.00. For those of you in need of a quick refresh on the specs for the T400s, the machine boasts a 14-inch LED multitouch display, Intel's Core 2 Duo SP9400 (clocking in at 2.4GHz), 2GB of DDR3, 120GB low-halogen HDD, 802.11n, 6-cell Battery, and DVD+/-RW. 

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If you're not feeling the multitouch LCD (see what I did there?), how about the ThinkPad T400s for $1,279.20. That’s $146 and 20 percent off the list price of $1,745.00. Core 2 Duo SP9400 2.4GHz, 14.1" LED WXGA+, 2GB DDR3, 120GB low halogen HDD (128GB SSD optional) 6-cell battery, ExpressCard, 120GB Low Halogen HDD, Multi-touch pad, Windows Vista Business/XP Pro and DVD+/-RW.

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Who wants money off coupons for LinkSys equipment? This one is for everyone who's ever said, "Man if I had a dollar for every unprotected LinkSys router I've shamelessly used to mooch free wifi." Get up to $50 off when you spend $300 or more on already discounted Linksys networking gear including routers, network attach storage, powerline, adapters, home audio devices, media adapters and more. Shoppers can use the appropriate code to get $15 off orders totaling $100 - $199, $30 off orders totaling $200-$299 or $50 off orders totaling $300+.

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Those of you that can't resist being the first to have the latest gadget probably looked at HP's web-enabled printer and desperately searched for an excuse to drop $400 on a printer. How about $80 off?

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In the market for a new mouse? Get $45 off Razer's Razer Mamba 5600 DPI wireless gaming mouse.

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Amazon has just slashed Samsung's 46-inch LN46B750 1080p 240Hz LCD HDTV from $2,229. Added on to the $871 lopped off by Amazon, LogicBuy has a coupon code for an extra $150 off. That's $1,279 with free shipping thrown in.

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Logitech has already cut the price of its G25 Racing Wheel, with the peripheral on sale for $299.99. However, using the right coupon code, you can get an additional $100 off and free shipping on top of that.

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Now that Halloween is over, Christmas is being shoved down our throats. That said, one thing we always love, are Holiday bundles. Get 10 percent off this XBOX 360 Elite 120GB Holiday bundle, which includes a 120GB Xbox Elite LEGO Batman and Pure. Bag it all for $299.99 and free shipping.

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Our last deal of the day is on Sony's 120GB PS3 Slim. Use the appropriate coupon code to get $25 off the $299 list price.

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This is a sponsored post from LogicBuy.com. However, we looked through the deals to see if they were newsworthy for TH readers and in many cases, they are. We decided the deals were pretty darn good and that you may benefit from them.

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    kyeana , November 2, 2009 10:57 PM
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    If you're not feeling the multitouch LCD (see what I did there?)


    Ah Jane :)  This is why i love reading your articles.
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    Anonymous , November 3, 2009 12:33 AM
    Damn...Where are those hair growth ads when you need 'em?
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    spectre001 , November 3, 2009 12:34 AM
    Uh, Jane, go to Lenovo.com and order the T400s directly and cut out LogicBuy's share of the total (they're making over $700 off of each buyer at their "sale price". T400 on lenovo.com starts at $749 with the above mentioned configuration. Sorry. Just the way it is.
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    spectre001 , November 3, 2009 12:38 AM
    spectre001Uh, Jane, go to Lenovo.com and order the T400s directly and cut out LogicBuy's share of the total (they're making over $400 from each buyer at their "sale price". T400 on lenovo.com starts at $749 with the above mentioned configuration (no touchscreen). Sorry. Just the way it is.

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    Anonymous , November 3, 2009 12:58 AM
    That's the T400s, not T400. T400s starts $1599...Jane didn't mention there was a 20% coupon code
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    Anonymous , November 3, 2009 1:37 AM
    Spectre001-

    You need to check your sources. LogicBuy does not make anything from anyone, they do not hold product or sale any items. LogicBuy.com provides a FREE service by finding deals and coupons, and then posting them for their users. As a avid LogicBuy.com (and TH) user for some time now, I find their deals to be quite useful. I have personally saved hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars of this past year in purchases. For example, I recently bought a new 52 LCD TV from Amazon.com via LogicBuy.com, and saved over $600! And as for the Lenovo T400, you need to compare apples and oranges. Yes, the T400 starts at $749, but not equipped as stated in the LogicBuy.com deal, and by using their coupon code, one would save over $400 on that laptop. If you are going to knock a service, do it when there is cause for it, but I say give credit where credit is due. Thank TH for posting this post, I love to see good deals whenever possible.
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    porksmuggler , November 3, 2009 1:41 AM
    Infomercial much? Ah, BestofMedia, way to hock it on Tom's. Run out of fluff pieces for the day?
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    thejerk , November 3, 2009 2:00 AM
    Hmmm... this Lenovo 2.16GHz dual-core, 15.6", which I am using this very moment was $379, shipped, from Newegg. The package above isn't all that tempting.
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    crazymech , November 3, 2009 5:00 AM
    Go go LogicBuy, and I'm not even able to benefit from it.
    Just thought I'd give you the props you deserve for making it better being a consumer :) 
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    deadlockedworld , November 3, 2009 6:04 AM
    Lenovo offers centrino processors in the next model up, for only like $600. I think its a better deal.
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    anamaniac , November 3, 2009 7:12 AM
    H about you offer me a cheap 16.4" P8600/4670/4GB Sony VAIO instead? =D
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    gilbertfh , November 3, 2009 7:42 AM
    I appreciate the plug and will check out these links as soon as I can. If you do this again it may be a little more effective if you simply state product/instant discount/additional discount as you did in the response to Spectre001. A lot of the verbiage of this article is fluff and only serves to cloud the true message.
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    liemfukliang , November 3, 2009 9:09 AM
    I hope this is INTERNATIONAL no US only deals :) .
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    Anonymous , November 3, 2009 9:45 AM
    Lenovo is garbage.
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    thejerk , November 3, 2009 12:41 PM
    Ah, I see... the news list is now a paid forum of advertisement. I guess it's just like the Myspace-like background ad on the main page.
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    ryman546 , November 3, 2009 1:27 PM
    that tv deal isnt that bad. hmm
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    kresso , November 3, 2009 2:54 PM
    I think is is a bit weird that there is "news" about a sale at the same time that a new background on the site is one giant advertisement.
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    jblack , November 3, 2009 5:57 PM
    www.slickdeals.net typically has better deals --- Especially if you watch the forums.
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    gabrieljaquish , November 3, 2009 11:45 PM
    i got a W500 through my college this year, and it gets more than its use, turns on when i wake up and shuts off when i go to bed. it also performs pretty well, so i can say i like my lenovo
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    no1b4me , November 4, 2009 12:03 AM
    what is this? this is a horrible deal. Why did tom's hardware post this?! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ ---> Tom