08-09-2010 06:59 PM
Over the past month I had been laptop shopping on and off and very recently I had begun to lean towards the Asus G73-JH. Only sometime last week I had decided that this is the laptop I'd like to settle with, but I wanted a chance to try it out before purchasing. I finally found the time to stop by the nearest Best Buy just yesterday to try it out, and I was delighted to find that the laptop was just as great in front of me as the specs and reviews had indicated online. However, I was taken aback slightly when I noticed the price tag in front of the machine displaying $1300. The last time I had checked it online before coming in, not a week before, it had been $100 cheaper. I am entirely confident that the laptop was priced at $1200 last week because when I had initially searched for a laptop on the Best Buy web page, I had selected the $800-$1199 price range on the left side of the page, and the Asus G73-JH was included in the queue. I know it's only a difference of $100, but even when it had been at $1200 it was pushing my budget comfortability. What it is that I'm looking for I suppose is someone to point out some modification in the product or what have you that would warrant this recent increase in price.
08-09-2010 07:12 PM
08-09-2010 07:34 PM
Prices on electronics can change weekly or sometimes daily. I have been pricing tv's and I have seen tv's jump $500-$1000 bucks over night.