It’s that time of year again when we are trying to figure out how to find the best deal for our return to school technology needs. It would seem that July is a little early right? But, I searched the www to find out. Below are some guidelines.
♦ Nothing causes buyer’s remorse quite like seeing the laptop you bought last month for $1,000 go on sale for $750. It’s equally unpleasant to buy a pricey new Dell XPS 13 in August and then watch as Dell unveils a much faster and more technically advanced model in September. The price on most laptops drops eventually, and newer models are always coming around the corner. So when is the best time to buy a laptop? The answer depends a great deal on your circumstances. Source: The Best Time to Buy a Laptop
♦ Black Friday 2017 at Best Buy Bargains are Back with Black Friday in July!You don’t have to wait until after Thanksgiving to take advantage of big discount savings on electronics thanks to our Black Friday in July Sale, going on July 21, 2017. There’s no better time to save on some of the latest and greatest technology, from the biggest names in the business. Source: Black Friday in July 2017 Sale – Best Buy
♦ Black Friday in July | Laptop, Desktop & Electronics Deals -Source: All Deals: Laptops, Desktops & Electronics | Dell US
♦ Before upgrading to Windows 10, you may want to read about the enhancements to the Operating System to understand the benefits. Window 10 Upgrade Info
♦ Windows 10 Home is the version that most people will need. It’s for home use and includes game streaming from Xbox One and other consumer features like Cortana, as well as Windows Hello for logging into your PC via a fingerprint scanner or your face. If Windows 8 was the steepest learning curve imaginable, Windows 10 is like meeting a great friend you once knew again – it’s just that they’ve bought some new clothes of which you really do approve. Source: The best Windows 10 deals in July 2017 | TechRadar