Ever wish you could control your computer a la Minority Report? This week's best laptop deals include the HP ENVY 17t-j100 with Leap Motion technology, which lets you control aspects of your computer using air-based hand gestures. If you prefer a more traditional laptop, we've also got deals on two budget machines from $200 and the best deal we've seen on Lenovo's high-octane IdeaPad Y40.
Fortunately, shoppers can expect to find better-than-average laptop deals for back-to-school. But as with any big purchase, a little research and planning can go a long way to ensure you buy a system that's right for you. Follow our guide to see what you can expect from this summer's best sales.
If you're like us, chances are you have more than one gadget on your Black Friday shopping list. Today, we're adding RadioShack to our list of analyzed Black Friday ads. But as it turns out, only one of RadioShack's promotions can be considered an actual deal. Here are some of the ad's highlights disappointments.
Does the sagging economy, national debt, and our list of the 11 things that will be more expensive in 2012 have ya feeling down? Well, to help counteract some of that 2012 gloom, we've gathered 12 items we predict will cost less in the coming year. From HDTVs to wine, cash-strapped shoppers should keep an eye on prices for these items. So cheer up and read on for the good consumer news.
Laptops are a hot item around Black Friday, so it comes as no surprise that we've already seen at least 65 laptop ads — with many more to come. To help you separate the gimmicks from the doorbusters, we've combed through each of the ads and highlighted the best laptop deals so far, including numerous offers that meet our Black Friday prediction prices.