TigerDirect has some great prices for your digital Back to School needs. Everything for kids to young adults. Maybe even the “continuing education” adult in you will find something useful. Here are a few choice picks:
Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student Edition with 3 User License!: Only $110! A single user edition of Microsoft Office usually goes for $150. That measn you can only install it on one computer. But here TigerDirect is offering a 3 user version for $110. And it comes bundled with Computer Associates Internet Security Suite. CA’s Internet Security Suite retails for $50.
What does this mean to you? Well, maybe you have a 2 kids in school, each with their own laptops, and you’ve got your own computer or laptop at home. Now you can install the latest Microsoft Office package with Work, Excel, PowerPoint, and One Note, on all three computers. And you can install the Internet Security Suite on one of them, or maybe pass it on to a friend or relative you know who’s in need of virus protection.
Personally, I bought this package and installed one copy of Office on my laptop, another copy on my dad’s home computer, and now I’m asking around to see if anyone wants the third installation. Dad was so thankful that he insisted I take $25 for it. So, really, I got all this software for only $85. Maybe less if my friend is equally as thankful.
Toshiba Satellite L505-LS5014 Notebook PC: Regularly $549, now only $499.97. Toshiba has been a leader in portable computers for over 25 years. (Back in April 1985 Toshiba made the first every IBM compatible laptop, the T1100.)
25 years later, they’re still a leader. Here’s a great priced laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium (a fantastic O/S), a Pentium dual-core processor (I’m not so crazy about Celerons), a 250GB hard drive (storage), 4 GB (gigabytes) or memory (RAM), a DVD super multi drive, a memory card reader for just about any digital camera or ebook memory chip, wired and wireless Internet connectivity, and a 15.6 inch widescreen HD LCD display. I was thinking about buying an Asus Eee PC netbook for $485, but now I think I’ll get this notebook instead.