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Cheap Windows 'Chromebook killers' lack the way to slay

Microsoft is pushing inexpensive laptops to contain the growing Google-fueled threat. But they could wind up as extinct as the late-naughts netbook.

By September 17, 2014

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Get a 22-inch Hannspree monitor for $109.99 shipped

Okay, technically it's a 21.5-inch monitor. Can't these manufacturers do math? Anyway, it's new, not refurbished, and you don't have to wait on a rebate.

By June 1, 2011

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Get a 12-inch Hannspree dual-core laptop for $290

This is a refurbished model with a 90-day warranty, but at this price, I guarantee they won't last long.

By May 5, 2011

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Black Friday deal week: Wild Wednesday

Tablets, tablets, and more tablets, as stores slash prices on the one gadget everybody wants this year. Plus: one non-tablet deal!

By November 27, 2013

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Hannspree's Netbook isn't giraffe-shaped (sniff)

The HannsNote, Hannspree's new Netbook, has decent features--and sadly isn't covered in plush fur.

By August 21, 2009

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Get a 22-inch LCD monitor for $89.99

Expand your screen real estate with this refurbished Hannspree display, which features built-in speakers and a 90-day warranty.

By February 10, 2012

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Hannspree HANNSnote netbook: Oh God, not another one

It looks as if the market for weird-shaped monitors, TVs and digital photo frames may be drying up, because Hannspree -- regular purveyor of such gizmos -- is now trying its hand in the netbook arena

By June 8, 2009

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Get a 25-inch LCD HDTV for $179.99 shipped

Whether you're looking for a big-screen monitor for your desk or decent-size TV for your den or bedroom, this Hannspree model is the deal to beat.

By October 21, 2011

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Four-deal Friday: iPods, Kinects, and pirates, oh my!

One of my favorite deals of the bunch: Lego Pirates of the Caribbean (PC version) for just $9.95--but only for a limited time!

By September 23, 2011

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HANNspree expands into digital photo frames

LCD TV and monitor company does the inevitable and starts building up a line of digital photo frames starting with a cheapy 7-incher and "unique" 8-inch models.

By November 24, 2008