Today only. Ben's Outlet / 1SaleADay has the Gateway LT3119U Dual Core 2GB 11.6" Netbook for $270 with free shipping.

  • AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 1.20GHz, 2GB, 250GB HDD, 6-cell
  • 11.6" LED-backlit, ATI Radeon X1270, webcam, Windows 7 HP x64

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      matthew Ben's cred: 263
      Posted 8:52 am PST 02/4/12

      OK, time for an answer: I've been digging for weeks, to no avail and I need to know -- is there some deep, meaningful (if not sinister) connection between this website and Ben's Outlet, or is it purely a coincidence?

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      techsupport Ben's cred: 844
      Posted 9:02 am PST 02/4/12

      Athlon L310 is barely better than dual core Atom while consuming more juice.

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      techsupport Ben's cred: 844
      Posted 9:07 am PST 02/4/12

      Although it is a 64bit CPU and this has 2GB of RAM with a full graphics screen. It only has 4 hour battery life (probably 2.5-3 in real world) which is a bit low for netbook.

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      hornet953 Ben's cred: 21
      Posted 12:38 pm PST 02/4/12

      I disagree. Four hour battery life for a netbook is quite good. Most times one will have this connected to AC power. This is a mini notebook computer, not a tablet. Expectations that exceed four hours for a netbook unplugged are not realistic.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3865
      Posted 1:15 pm PST 02/4/12

      matthew wrote:
      OK, time for an answer: I've been digging for weeks, to no avail and I need to know -- is there some deep, meaningful (if not sinister) connection between this website and Ben's Outlet, or is it purely a coincidence?


      Coincidence

      There is always a connection to Kevin Bacon though, and their address is sinister.

      https://www.google.com/search?q=471+Cozine+Avenue,+Brooklyn,+NY+11208

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      invitado Ben's cred: 21
      Posted 6:49 pm PST 02/4/12

      Ben's Outlet / 1SaleADay one and the same.. BTW.. they are down in Florida now.

      Still a hoot to check that address on street view.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3865
      Posted 8:00 pm PST 02/4/12

      ^ More than just those two, but I was sort of kidding about sinister. Ben Federman seems like a decent guy, he gives half his earnings away to charity,

      http://www.successstories.co.in/ben-federman-a-multi-million-e-retailer-who-gives-away-a-half-of-his-earnings-to-charity-works/

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      turtles Ben's cred: 158
      Posted 11:06 pm PST 02/4/12

      Got this back when microsoft store had it for $200, great little lappy, using now for this post, get about 4 hrs on the battery, upgradeable to 4GB RAM, everything is easily accessible on the bottom (2 screw on covers for: disk, ram, and network), Win 7 rating is 2.4, no probs with it, had it over 1 yr, 6 cell battery sticks out the back of it (not flush).

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      MaddMartigan Ben's cred: 36
      Posted 4:35 am PST 02/5/12

      Had this (or one very similar to it) for the wife for over a year. It was a fine device for her needs. I think it would benefit greatly on just about every angle to put in a 120GB SSD. This and the Sandisk SSD are a marriage made in heaven.

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      matthew Ben's cred: 263
      Posted 3:09 pm PST 02/5/12

      Dibbs wrote:
      Ben's Outlet / 1SaleADay one and the same.. BTW.. they are down in Florida now.

      Still a hoot to check that address on street view.

      Hmm...checked it out but didn't see much. Did I miss it?

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      invitado Ben's cred: 21
      Posted 3:24 pm PST 02/5/12

      dave_c wrote: "Ben Federman seems like a decent guy, he gives half his earnings away to charity"
      Not trying to be mean and everyone knows you mean well, but the link you provided is about internet marketing.... SEO stuff.

      Why would you want to validate this guy with information you do not know to be true. It lowers your credibility. Please don't damage yourself like that.

      1st - Have you or anyone seen or validated the charity info, like a tax return, and here's the big one... a specific name of a charity etc;? Gives half of profit to charity. Really? Why not spend that money on "NOT" ripping off people and build a more honest business?

      Of all the manufactured content and links, the source one you chose is one of the least credible.
      Check your source
      successstories.co.in - Big Whoop, the credentials are astounding.
      amateur website - hosted on a Network Solutions click affliate
      W3C Markup Validation Service - 157 Errors
      No about us, TOS, Disclaimer, and footer links don't work.
      $50 and they will tell you Dibbs is God himself.

      From the site: Info source: entrepreneur.com
      They just copied someone's stuff.
      Now check the above (google entrepreneur.com 1saleaday)
      September 5, 2011 - "He scraped together $100,000 in startup money..."
      Sloppy reporting or Mr. Federman invented another $100,000 in many other self-spewed-reports of his greatness where that amount magically grew to $200,000.

      Registrant:
      Nainil Chheda
      25 Christine Dr.,
      Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
      United States

      Can't even afford private registration.

      Now check the "In the News" icons at the bottom of 1Saleaday's own site or the "Press" link in the footer

      ABC - abc15.com - A Scripps TV Station Group property airing ABC content. NOT ABC and no press found.

      AJC - Nothing more than a small paid listing like what's found here.

      Benzinga - 3 lines stating there's a s

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3865
      Posted 3:37 pm PST 02/5/12

      Dibbs wrote:
      dave_c wrote:
      Ben Federman seems like a decent guy, he gives half his earnings away to charity

      Not trying to be mean and everyone knows you mean well, but the link you provided is about internet marketing.... SEO stuff.

      Why would you want to validate this guy with information you do not know to be true. It lowers your credibility. Please don't damage yourself like that.


      You're babbling. That's merely one of several sources for the info, check the web.

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      1st - Have you or anyone seen or validated the charity info, like a tax return, and here's the big one... a specific name of a charity etc;? Gives half of profit to charity. Really? Why not spend that money on "NOT" ripping off people and build a more honest business?


      Paranoid much?

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      Of all the manufactured content and links, the source one you chose is one of the least credible.
      Check your source
      successstories.co.in - Big Whoop, the credentials are astounding.
      amateur website - hosted on a Network Solutions click affliate
      W3C Markup Validation Service - 157 Errors
      No about us, TOS, Disclaimer, and footer links don't work.
      $50 and they will tell you Dibbs is God himself.


      {sigh} lmgtfy, https://www.google.com/search?q=Ben+Federman+charity


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      Ponder This: Instead of giving away millions?, give out a damn telephone number and put on some support staff. It's what reputable companies do.


      Ever wonder how these small companies undercut larger ones on price? They carry limited stock bought in volumes, and they cut overhead on things like advertising and customer support. It's generally understood by savvy internet shoppers that the smaller the outfit the more this is true.

      Also if you follow the links the google search turned up, there are some charities mentioned. Feel free to contact the chari

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      invitado Ben's cred: 21
      Posted 5:29 pm PST 02/5/12

      Sorry you took that personally.
      Not complaining to you or anybody, just trying to provide information.

      I have seen the 1 GSR livingarchiveblog piece maybe meaning charity. That's been around since 2009.

      One article about a people person helping "fund" a people organization project does not make: "Gives more than half of profit to charity. And I don't know that JEM is a charity, Do you.

      Of all the internet content stating giving to charity, not one states a charity by name and so far neither have you.

      I know you was just providing some info about what you read. I did the same thing you did. It's what you didn't say like: Although I don't know this to be true.

      Ever wonder how these small companies become "better" bigger ones?
      They don't (reportedly) give away half their profit at the sake of customer service. Do some homework and you will find that good customer service is a key aspect in company growth and surveys prove this to be up ther with price.

      The companies you speak of are like you said - "small outfits" - where they don't have a choice but to cut overhead.

      Seriously, think about it. A company would give away millions when they could spend a minute amount of that on a phone number a few staff and build a positive reputation that will net more revenue than the cost of the support.

      Deal a day marketing is a numbers game with acceptable losses. It's just kinda crappy that most the losses can be prevented and greed and deception prevails.

      Something to ponder. Why not provide the support.
      If you are selling something as new when it is not or you say 3 day shipping and it comes in 2-3 weeks or you don't get it at all...

      Then...

      All support can do is blow smoke... So why waste the money.. Huh?

      I hope we are still good though.

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