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April 1 Deals: These Deals Aren't April Foolin'

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Top Deals on HP Envy 13 and HP Envy 15. Plus get a free three week trial for GameFly!

Top Deals

15.6" HP ENVY 15 Core i5 or Core i7 Laptop w/1080p LCD for $949.99 with free shipping (configure $1,429.99) 1. Click here to start configuring at HP direct 2. Apply Coupon Code NBMY33241 to cut $450 after configuring $1,399 or more (suggest $100 1080p LCD upgrade)

13.1" HP ENVY 13 1.6GHz Laptop for $1,049 with free shipping (normally $1,499.99) 1. Click here to start configuring at HP direct 2. Apply Coupon Code NBMY33241 during checkout to cut $450

GameFly 21-day Free Trial for $0 (normally 10 days) 1. Click here to start at GameFly promo page 2. Apply Coupon Code 2military1 during checkout to receive 21-days plus 2 free magazines

Desktops & Laptops

HP Elite HPE-190t Core i7-980X Six-Core Desktop w/9GB RAM, 1.5TB HDD for $1,879.99 with free shipping (normally $2,299)

HP Slimline s5350z 2.8GHz Quad-Core Desktop for $459.99 with free shipping (normally $629.99)

18.4" HP dv8t Core i7 Quad Edition for $1,079.99 with free shipping (normally $1,199.99)

17.3" HP dv7 Core i7 Quad Edition for $949.99 with free shipping (normally $1,399.99)

15.6" HP dv6 Quad Edition Core i7 Laptop for $949.99 with free shipping (normally $1,399.99)

15.6" HP ENVY 15 Core i5 Laptop w/1080p LCD for $949.99 with free shipping (normally $1,399.99)

13.1" HP ENVY 13 1.6GHz Laptop for $1,049 with free shipping (normally $1,499.99)

12.1" HP TouchSmart tm2t Convertible Multi-touch Tablet w/6GB RAM, Blu-ray for $979.99 with free shipping (normally $1,429.99)

Computing Hardware & Peripherals

22" ViewSonic VA223WM LCD Monitor for $125.99 with free shipping (normally $195)

640GB Western Digital Elements USB Portable Hard Drive for $71.99 with free shipping (normally $99)

Lenovo Multimedia Remote with keyboard for $41.99 with free shipping (normally $59.99)

20" Dell IN2010N LCD Monitor for $99 with free shipping (normally $149)

15" IdeaPad Backpack B450 for $16.57 with free shipping (normally $39)

Gaming

Dead Space 2 (360, PS3) for $39.99 with free shipping (normally $59.99)

Dead Space 2 (PC) for $29.95 with free shipping (normally $49.95)

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (PS3, 360) for $39.95 with free shipping (normally $59.95)

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (PS3, 360) for $39.95 with free shipping (normally $59.95)

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (Wii) for $19.95 with free shipping (normally $39.95)

Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight (PC) for $29.95 with free shipping (normally $49.95)

Home Entertainment

50" Panasonic VIERA S2 TC-P50S2 1080p Plasma HDTV for $999 with free shipping (normally $1,162)

46" Panasonic VIERA S2 TC-P46S2 1080p Plasma HDTV for $829 with free shipping (normally $927.95)

42" Panasonic VIERA S2 TC-P42S2 1080p Plasma HDTV for $679 with free shipping (normally $779.95)

26" ViewSonic VT2645 LCD HDTV with tuner for $224.99 with free shipping (normally $299.95)

Samsung BD-C6900 3D Blu-ray Disc Player w/Wi-Fi for $319 with free shipping (normally $380)

Personal Portables and Cameras

Jawbone Icon - The Thinker Bluetooth Headset for $74.99 with free shipping (normally $85)

3.5" FLO TV PTV350 Touchscreen Portable TV + 6 months subscription for $188 with free shipping (normally $249)

Lenovo Multimedia Remote with keyboard for $41.99 with free shipping (normally $59.99)

Cool Stuff & Freebies

GameFly 21-day Free Trial for $0 (normally 10 days)

iFlashCard Pro iPhone app for $0 (normally $1.99)

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    sliem , April 1, 2010 7:01 PM
    "Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight (PC) for $29.95 with free shipping (normally $49.95)"

    Would buy if $19.95
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    JohnnyLucky , April 1, 2010 7:29 PM
    It's all off the shelf pc's. How about some real deals for the DIY crowd?
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    shadow187 , April 1, 2010 7:39 PM
    Exactly, JohnnyLucky. I'd rather see some $149 Phenom II 965's, $270 HD58580's, Maybe some combos, you get the idea.
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    Marco925 , April 1, 2010 8:02 PM
    Yay! Logicbuy articles are back!
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    bustapr , April 1, 2010 8:19 PM
    Yay,$1000+ laptops for only $949.99. Lots of people are gonna be attracted to this!
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    spoofedpacket , April 1, 2010 8:23 PM
    JohnnyLuckyIt's all off the shelf pc's. How about some real deals for the DIY crowd?


    When it comes to components, people here are going to buy from Newegg, Microcenter, zipzoomfly, and Fry's. Hit their sites, look for some deals and quit crying because Tom's doesn't do everything for you.
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    sincreator , April 1, 2010 8:32 PM
    I thought this was a good deal: http://www.extreme-pc.ca/showproduct.asp?productid=372405&menu1id=12&menu2id=99&menu3id=39
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    michaelssw , April 1, 2010 8:42 PM
    I'd like a deal where you meet someone in a parking lot and give them money first
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    bison88 , April 1, 2010 8:50 PM
    I wonder if Google is screwing with Topeka, KS. If so that would be a mean joke lol. They are trying so hard for that fiber.
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    ivan_chess , April 1, 2010 9:11 PM
    Hey guys, have you seen the new Compaq laptop? Even John Cleese recommends it!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlmzwZXa-Ww
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    Anonymous , April 1, 2010 9:42 PM
    shadow187Exactly, JohnnyLucky. I'd rather see some $149 Phenom II 965's, $270 HD58580's, Maybe some combos, you get the idea.

    "HD58580" Is that some kind of Fermi Killer slated for release in the near future? All jokes aside, I'm really looking forward to the ATI 6 series and better intergrated GPUs seeing Nivida seems to have died when it comes to mobo chipsets.

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    Sunburn74 , April 1, 2010 11:33 PM
    How can they be taking Dead Space 2 PC preorders when EA came out and specifically said the game would not be coming out on PC?
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    treefrog07 , April 2, 2010 12:17 AM
    michaelsswI'd like a deal where you meet someone in a parking lot and give them money first

    We will miss you here.
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    Anonymous , April 2, 2010 2:33 AM
    i dont think dell is taking the coupon for the viewsonic monitor anymore.
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    anamaniac , April 2, 2010 7:18 AM
    Screw you Toms and all your crappy paid adverts from LogicFail and....
    LogicBuyHP Elite HPE-190t Core i7-980X Six-Core Desktop w/9GB RAM, 1.5TB HDD for $1,879.99 with free shipping (normally $2,299)

    Wait wait wait, what?
    Hold on for a second.
    I'm intrigued.
    Go on. :) 
    Marco925Yay! Logicbuy articles are back!

    Yay.
    They actually spring up some good deals once in a while. I didn't like all the LogicBuy articles originally, but, they grew on me.
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    anamaniac , April 2, 2010 6:42 PM
    __-_-_-__do you like DRM?

    Disaster Recovery Manager? In the event of a failure, I'm sure it'd be useful.
    Data Reference Model? Well, without a reference, itt might make everything a lot more difficult.
    Digital Road Map? Of course, how else would we have long known about the 6 and 8 core Intel CPU's?
    Director of Resource Management? No, he's a douche.
    Digital Rights Management? Hell no, even more of a douche than that last one.

    Stop punishing PC gamers please. =(
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    michaelssw , April 2, 2010 7:21 PM
    treefrog07We will miss you here.


    I guess i failed at trying to reference the craigslist article