- Xbox 360 4GB Console with $50 Gift Card - $199.99
- Playstation 3 160GB Console w/ $50 Gift Card - $249.99
Acer 11.6" Laptop w/ 2GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Webcam & HDMI Out - $197.00
And just like that, back out-of-stock.
- Westinghouse VR-3215 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV - $197.00
Target, not a usual participant in the big first weekend of November sales, has apparently decided to jump head-first into the fray this year as the front page of their upcoming weekly ad has leaked... and it's very impressive.
Featuring only two items and none of the typical "Hotter than Black Friday" claims, Target is letting the $197 price-tag speak for itself. Both the Westinghouse VR3215 32" 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV and Acer A0722-0473 11.6" Notebook will be on sale for $197 this Sunday, November 6. No word to if these will also be available online, but we're not holding our breath. Both the TV and laptop will certainly sell out quickly, so be sure to get to Target early this Sunday if you're interested.
Resourceful users were able to track down the manufacturer links to both the Westinghouse VR3215 32" LCD's and Acer A0722-0473 11.6" Notebook's technical specifications pages.
The Westinghouse VR3215 looks like the standard 32" 720p LCD HDTV, with a contrast ratio of 2000:1, 2 HDMI, 1 component and 1 composite input. At $197, it represents the one of the lowest prices we've ever seen a 32" LCD HDTV; and it comes from a mid-range brand.
The Acer Notebook features the 1GHz AMD Fusion C-60 Dual Core Processor, 2GB DDR3 Memory, 320GB Hard Drive, AMD Radeon HD 6290 Graphics, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Webcam, HDMI Out, 6-cell Battery, Windows 7 Home Premium and a 11.6" LCD Display.
While certainly not top of the line, it's a great value at $200 as it features the newly released 40nm Fusion C-60 processor and a battery capable of up to 7 hours of battery life. The only thing we'd recommend is to pick up a 4GB DDR3 SODIMM stick for $21.99 at Amazon to make the laptop run a bit more smoothly.
Target's sale absolutely blows away Walmart's Super Saturday, so it'll be interesting to see how not only Walmart responds, but whether Best Buy and Amazon also decide to throw their hats in the ring this weekend. We'll be sure to keep you updated!
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