Monday, November 05, 2007

Alienware Coupons and Products

Alienware was bought out by Dell about a year or two ago. Dell has not rolled out the same type of coupons for Alienware like they have for the Dell systems. If you are looking for a high performance gaming system and the Dell systems just aren't cutting it, your best bet will be waiting for a sale. I now have access to up to date Alienware sales info so I will be keeping you updated with everything I find out. So far I have access to this Alienware Exclusive Savings page and will continue to scourge for any cool savings coupons I can find, especially on the laptops that they have. I mean, just look at these bad boys!
Aurora mALX

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Dell's Weekly Coupons

These coupons can be used during checkout to save a lot of money. These two coupons are both for the inspiron notebook computers and are here just in time for back to school. Heck, even if your not a student, if you need a laptop now is a great time to take advantage of all the deals and coupons.

$325 off select Inspiron notebook

Use coupon code 641C0DMGDKFLLQ during checkout to save $325 on select Inspiron notebook purchases of $1299 or more (before tax, fees, shipping & handling) at Dell Dell Coupon Code: 641C0DMGDKFLLQ
Dell Coupon Expiration: Today Dell Coupon

$350 Off all Inspiron desktop purchases over $999

Use coupon code GLC6C8PP?Q4TT5 during checkout to save $350 on all Inspiron desktop purchases over $999 (before tax, fees, shipping &handling) at Dell
Dell Coupon Code: GLC6C8PP?Q4TT5
Dell Coupon Expiration: 08/29/2007
Dell Coupon Restrictions: See site for details

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Dell's New 1521 Deal Buster

Dell is having a blow out sale on their new 1521 notebook computers. This is a great deal on a notebook computer, perfect laptop for new students. This system puts a powerful processor with plenty of memory and storage into a perfect size, 15.4 inch screen. This system comes pre-configured with a wireless card and extended life battery, perfect for the class room or the office. Also with the 2gigs of memory you can run even the most demanding applications on it.

Check it out here:
Inspiron 1521 15.4-inch Widescreen Notebook with AMD Processor, 2GB, 160GB & CD/DVD Burner
$699 with Free Shipping
Dell has this Inspiron 1521 notebook today for $699 with free 3-5 day shipping.
System Specs:

  • AMD Turion 64 X2 1.6GHz Processor
  • Windows Vista Home Basic
  • 15.4-inch widescreen glossy display
  • 2GB DDR2 Memory
  • 160GB SATA Hard Drive
  • CD / DVD Burner
  • Dell Wireless Mini-card
  • Thursday, August 02, 2007

    $1100 Dollars in Power for Just $549

    This is a kicking deal, $584 off bringing this 1405 down to $549. Thats more than a 50% discount. Get it while it lasts.

    Great 1405 deal.

    Monday, July 09, 2007

    How to Buy a Notebook Computer

    Everyone is always looking for advice on what notebook to buy. The real question is not what to buy, but what do you need. For example, a business person will need some different from a gamer. Here is an easy way to determine what you need to get.

    1. Establish your budget.
    This does not mean what you are wiling to pay if it has feature x. This means find out what it is the max you want to spend on a system. For some this is less then $600, for most less than $1500, and for a lucky few, this step doesn't really matter.
    Tip: This is for the whole system, software, carrying case, and anything else you need.

    2. Determine what your Needs and Wants are.
    This is the real tricky part. You have to decide, do you really need 4 gigs of ram, or do you just want it. A need is something the you have to have on the system or it will not work for you. A want is something that would be nice, but not vital.

    3. Do some research.
    I think 3rd party product reviews give you a lot of insight into exactly what to expect from a system. Remember we are not looking at price quite yet, just looking based off of our needs and wants.

    4. Now is when you can start comparing prices.
    Look at comparable products that have all of your NEEDS and compare price for price. Don't include wants just yet as those are going to be a tie-breaker. Remember, we are trying to get a notebook that has everything we need at the absolute best price possible.

    5. More research.
    Now that we have our list narrowed down to computers that have what we need and are in our price range we are going to start looking for discounts. A great place to find dell deals, or than here of course, is Dell's Smart Values. Also check for the same notebook on the business side.

    6. By now you should have a great idea of what system is going to be the best deal for you and meet all of you needs. There is only one thing left to do, make sure a better deal is not around the corner. Check places like Froogle and ebay to see if the system can be bought for less, or if it has at one point sold for less, a good indicator it will go back on sale. Once you have completed this step you can be certain you are getting the best deal possible.

    While following these 6 steps will ensure you get the best deal possible, you may find you only need to do a few of them before you are willing to get the computer. Remember though, and this holds true at Dell, you could be charged several hundred dollars more for the same computer, or even less, just because you didn't know about the other deals!