Dell Dell Small Biz Boxing Day Doorcrashers ($279 i3 Linux Laptop, $319 Win 7) + 4% Cashback from RFD Dell Small Business Boxing Day Sale

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December 26 Update: The Dell Small Business Boxing Day Sale has been updated with some limited quantity doorcrashers that you will definitely want to check out. There are a number of good laptop and desktop system deals, including a Vostro 14" laptop with an Intel Core i3 processor for $279 or $319 for Ubuntu Linux and Windows 7 versions, respectively. Use the coupon codes on the promotion page, and don't forget to use the RedFlagDeals.com cashback links for 4% cashback on your purchase! Quantities are limited! Here's a closer look:

The $279 and $319 laptops are priced great for anyone looking for a basic laptop. If you want more though, pay attention to the Vostro 3560! You get a Core i5 processor, 1080p display (manually selected upgrade) and Radeon 7670 graphics for $579... an outstanding price for a fast processor, high resolution display, and discrete graphics! All of the doorcrasher systems have a quantity limit. These are going fast!

Speaking of early starts on Boxing Day, Dell Small Business has kicked off their Boxing Week Sale!

There are system doorcrasher deals that won't be revealed until December 26, but here's a look around at some of the current deals:

  • Dell UltraSharp U2713HM 27-inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor with LED - $629.99
  • Dell 1TB External USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive - $69.99
  • Dell - WM311 Wireless Mouse with Nano Receiver - Black - $14.99
  • Dell - WM311 Wireless Mouse with Nano Receiver - Blue - $14.99
  • American Power Conversion BACK-UPS ES BE750G 10-Outlet 750VA 120V UPS System - $79.99
  • Dell - B1160w Wireless Mono Laser Printer - $79.99
  • Kensington ComboSaver Combination Notebook Lock - Notebook locking cable - grey - 1.8 m - $9.99
At the moment, you also earn 4% cashback from RedFlagDeals.com! Use the green link or shop through our cashback section to qualify.

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    • The USB 3.0 HDD is cheaper than that, it is $69.99, not $74.99.
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    • the link leads no where.
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    • the link leads no where.
      Specifics? Works fine for me.
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    • Specifics? Works fine for me.
      Works now didn't then.
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    • The USB 3.0 HDD is cheaper than that, it is $69.99, not $74.99.
      First time I am seeing a dell branded external HD. Does any one know what manufacturers HD do they use?
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    • Some very HOT Door crasher were added today:
      Vostro 2420 Laptop i3, 4GB Mem, 500GB HD, Ubuntu - $270 with coupon
      Vostro 2420 Laptop i3, 4GB Mem, 500GB HD, Windows 7 - $319 with coupon
      Vostro 3360 Laptop i5, 4GB Mem, 500GB HD, Windows 7 - $499
      I7 Ultrabook for $719 not a door crasher but sounds hot??
      Vostro 270S Desktop, $349 with coupon
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    • Man, I still fail to see the hotness of the vostros. The laptops look gigantismo and ugly. Better off spent on a netbook?
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    • I think the newly added doorcrashers are indeed hot. The Vostro 3560 has an Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor, 1080p display (manually selected upgrade) and Radeon 7670 1GB graphics for $579... haven't seen anything like that anywhere else.
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    • I think the newly added doorcrashers are indeed hot. The Vostro 3560 has an Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor, 1080p display (manually selected upgrade) and Radeon 7670 1GB graphics for $579... haven't seen anything like that anywhere else.
      Does this one have USB 3.0? Can't see it, I must be blind.

      Edit: It does, now should I buy? HMMM...
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    • Was looking at picking up a new semi-gaming laptop, for work obviously, and the 3560 will definitely get the job done. The full HD display is sweet and the dedicated graphics card should be enough for my needs (or just getting destroyed at SC). I'll have to bump the RAM and HD to an SSD but, for the price and build quality, can't complain. Cash Back makes this deal even better, too.
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    • Do you have to own a business to take advantage of this offer? And does the RFD cashback still apply if you choose the no interest Dell Financing offer? Any advice?
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    • I think the newly added doorcrashers are indeed hot. The Vostro 3560 has an Ivy Bridge Core i5 processor, 1080p display (manually selected upgrade) and Radeon 7670 1GB graphics for $579... haven't seen anything like that anywhere else.
      It looks like the weight is 2.5kg+, btw does it come with a webcam?
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    • Do you have to own a business to take advantage of this offer? And does the RFD cashback still apply if you choose the no interest Dell Financing offer? Any advice?
      Nope. You can just put your name as the business name.
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    • Nope. You can just put your name as the business name.
      Thank you. Do you also know if the RFD cashback still applies if you choose the no interest Dell Financing offer?
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    • For average usage (internet surfing, document writing, downloading content, etc....NOT GAMING) is 4GB RAM enough.....or is 6GB recommended?
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    • 4gb is more than enough for average usage.

      The Vostro 3560 with a 1080p screen is a very hot deal. The cheapest 1080p laptop I've seen was about $700-750, probably the same Dell. The GPU is a nice bonus but is just average.

      I do think the trend is towards better screens. There will always be a better deal (in a few months) if you wait, if you don't want a big clunky Dell.

      That said, I'm pretty tempted by this. Would be harder if I actually had any money.
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    • Just ordered one for a friend, thanks OP. 1080p screen + backlit keyboard, ended up to be $599+tax.
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    • For average usage (internet surfing, document writing, downloading content, etc....NOT GAMING) is 4GB RAM enough.....or is 6GB recommended?
      I would think 4GB is enough, and if you want more in the future, it's really easy to upgrade yourself + costs less if you buy your own 2x4GB when they're on sale.
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    • What's the backlit english international keyboard?? I'd like to get the backlit, but if it's not the same as the US english keyboard (ie: bilingual keyboard), then I'd have to pass :P
      Anyone knows?
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