dealshp pavilion g7-2293nr 17.3" led dual-core 8gb…

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So is it a REFRUB OR NEW?

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It's Windows 8. You don't want it anyhow, new or refurb.

Charles.

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Says "New" in the description, but the page says it's a refurb. Great deal for new - not so much for refurb.

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I don't know if this is the right place to post or not, but I have a question about a post I saw in a laptop deal in the past week or two.

Is there a site that aggregates deals called steal a deal or something? Someone posted one on one of these laptop deals before, and I specifically remember one of the sections was laptops. You could see a lot of deals on them, but there were other sections too. I don't think it was slick deals, but that site looks good too.

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so which is better - dual core with 8gb memory or the quad core with 4 gb memory?

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@kirkcooper1985: I think you may be thinking of either 1saleaday(dot)com or dailysteals(dot)com. One of them recently had an HP Flash Event (where many refurb/discounted items are available from the same manufacturer).

Hope that's what you were looking for :)

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@michellea: Hard drives and RAM can both be upgraded inexpensively and easily on most platforms. If deciding between the dual-core/quad-core, I'd go for the quad-core no matter what your computing needs are as that can't be upgraded (generally speaking) like memory can. Hell, my cellphone has a dual-core processor.

Memory and hard drives will only get cheaper, period.

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@aaronhenry: Thanks for the info aaron, but it was not one of those sites. I remember finding many laptops on the website but from other sites. For example, one of the ones I clicked on took me to Best Buy where there was a really good deal on a refurbished laptop I believe. Maybe it was slickdeals, but the layout looked totally different from what I remembered ><