Samsung 14” Core i5 Aluminum Laptop with WiMax, WiDi, HD LED Display and Edge-to-Edge Glass


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Samsung 14" Core i5 Aluminum Laptop with WiMax, WiDi, HD LED Display and Edge-to-Edge Glass
$499.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: Refurbished

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This one might last a few minutes at least


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And I thought I was cool running a Core 2 Duo processor as my “latest” chip.

Grumbles, kicks can down road…


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Too many expensive things this time around… I kinda wanna go to bed now


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Yeah most of the time you hear people say “next”. things are gone before they even have the chance tonight.


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Scrape off the samsung logo and put and apple logo and sell it for 3x the price


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Lets slap a nice television in this Woot off and call it a night.


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I find it very hard to buy a $400 item on a 30 second impulse. I don’t know how people buy them all out so damn fast. It’s like theyre buying no matter what it is.


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Herry’ upn buy


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14" screen with a numeric keypad??? That chiclets keyboard must be tiny!


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Someone please buy this so we can continue the Woot off! What else is there to do on the night shift??


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Maybe they were pricing a similar item, knew it was a good deal and Woot didn’t have many. So it sold out. Who knows, better the expensive ones sell out fast and it’s not a woot killer.

How are the Samsung laptops? I’m not familiar with them.


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I agree 100% with that. I make good money but I want to make sure I get what I want. I can’t just click the buy button in 15.whatever seconds the first sale was on this…


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The picture doesn’t show a numeric keypad. My eyes might be deceiving me though.


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There’s no numeric pad.

Purchased this laptop for $550 back in June. I’m happy with it.


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EEK. I’m up to 156 items and many of them were not cheap. I’m taking it easy this Woot off. If I can. :wink:


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Women shopper with OCD… Glad it’s not my checkbook.


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Samsung is alright… I’ve had one and it held up for a few years. Anyway the specs on this thing are decent, but regardless I would still need time to read the specs before pressing the buy button.


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My only experience with them (in an IT role) is the newer Samsung 9 Series. Duralumin material for the body, beautiful little machine, but if you thought the iPhone antenna issue was a problem, it’s nothing compared to the utter design failure of wifi in the machine. How does this tie in? Samsung support has been a joke. Enough to prevent me from ever allowing another one step foot in our building.