Big Savings At Dick Smith: Laptops, Tablets and More

If you're in the market for something to get your work done on the go, Dick Smith have some brilliant bargains on offer. Looking for a laptop, tablet or even a 2-in-1? Dick Smith has you covered with top of the range products at a price that will make your accountant smile.

15% Off Toshiba Laptops Over $500

Dick Smith is slashing the prices of Toshiba laptops, which means you can pick up the Satellite 15.6" L50D-B018/19 (pictured) for only $549. A touch thicker than an Ultrabook, this ergonomically designed notebook features up to 6 hours battery life and a sleep-and-charge function for powering up on the go. The 15.6-inch LED display and exclusive Skullcandy sound guarantee a great media viewing experience. Complete with AMD quad-core processor, 4GB RAM and Windows 8.

Deal ends 26/01/2015

Asus T100 Transformer Notebook: Save $50 Now: $449

The Asus Transformer Book T100 is light, super portable, fast and powerful. But it's more than just a laptop — detach the keyboard (with surprisingly good trackpad) from the 10.1-inch LED touch display and it becomes a tablet as well. Complete with Windows 8.1, MS Office Home & Student 2013 and 11 hours battery life, it's perfect for school.

Only $449.

Deal ends 26/01/2015

HP Stream 8 Windows Tablet Now: $199

With a full Windows 8.1 experience and a one year subscription to Office 365 Personal and OneDrive, this tablet will help keep you on top of work on the go. It comes with 1TB of storage, a quad core Intel processor for super fast performance and HP connected music and image services — so you can share tunes and photos across your devices seamlessly and quickly.

Only $199.

Deal ends 26/01/2015

HP 15.6-inch Windows Notebook: Save $50 Now: $299

Simple yet powerful, this HP notebook is great value for money. It features Windows 8.1, a reliable AMD dual-core processor, gorgeous HD 15-inch display and a full HD webcam. Great for school, it has everything you need to get the job done.

Only $299.

Deal ends 26/01/2015

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