Lowest Price Ever on Dell Inspiron 14z Core i5 Ultrabook & Loaded Alienware M14x Gaming Laptop

Topping our list of the hottest deals from across the web, is a slim ultrabook with a big 14" screen for a record low price of $549.99. This is a smoking-hot offer on Dell's popular Inspiron 14z ultrabook complete with SSD, so be sure to scroll down and snag this one before it disappears. You can also grab some HDMI cables for a super-low price of just $2.99; just order several to get free shipping on $15+ orders. Also on closeout right now is a powerful Dell PowerEdge T110 II server that comes with a very fast quad-core Xeon processor and is fully customizable starting at just $489. Scroll down to get the rest of today's hottest offers and tune in tomorrow for the next batch!

Deals:

14" Dell Inspiron 14z Core i5 Ivy Bridge Ultrabook w/6GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive + 32GB SSD for $549.99 with free shipping (normally $888.99 - use coupon code 0H9Q3PQ6L3744C ).

Dell PowerEdge T110 II Intel Xeon E3-1220v2 3.1GHz Quad-core Server (customizable) starting at $489 with free shipping (normally $941 - use coupon code HF9X1212V3TKTK ).

Cheap T-Rex HDMI Cables [6' $2.99 | 12' $3.99] via Groupon (free shipping on orders over $15).

Serta Ergonomic Multifunction Managers Chair for $119.99 with free shipping (normally $209.99 - use coupon code MAX20 ).

14" Alienware m14x r2 Core i7 900p Gaming Laptop w/GeForce GT 650M, 16GB RAM, 32GB SSD for $1,308 with free shipping (normally $1,614 - use coupon code NLZ5145HLZF?FL ).

Lowest price ever, Ends soon! 27" Dell UltraSharp U2711 2560 x 1440 LCD Monitor w/3-year warranty for $599 with free shipping (normally $999).

15.6" HP Pavilion dv6t-7000 Quad Edition Core i7 Laptop w/8GB RAM, 750GB Hard Drive, GeForce GT 630M & Windows 7 for $654.99 with $9.99 shipping (normally $829.99 - use coupon code NB4819 ).

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NathanaelBahjejian one year ago

they are dropping prices because of the new generation of intel that will soon be released?

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