Deal spotted: pickup a 4G phone for $269

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Deal spotted: pickup a 4G phone for $269

A cheap 4G phone, a small saving on the iPhone and a convertible laptop are some of the small discounts we've spotted.

Dick Smith has the Motorola Razr M 4G Android smartphone for $269, down from $299.
 
While the $30 discount isn’t much to write home about, it does make this one of the cheapest 4G smartphones.
 
The phone is at the low-end in terms of specs, but it does offer a premium build quality for a device that costs less than $300. The phone is made up of an aluminium frame with an edge-to-edge display that is protected with Corning’s Gorilla Glass and a back made of kevlar material.
 
It also has a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display and a 2000mAh battery which Motorola claim will get you through an entire day. The phone is also unlocked, so you can slip in a sim card from any carrier. 
 
Harvey Norman is advertising the iPhone 5s 16GB model for $809 outright, which is $60 less than the RRP. The sale runs until the 24th of December. The $809 price tag makes it the cheapest iPhone 5s currently available in Australia.
 
Harvey Norman also have the new Asus T100 Transformer Book Convertible laptop. The Transformer book is a 10.1-inch Windows 8.1 touchscreen laptop that also has a detachable screen for tablet mode like Microsoft’s Surface line.
 
It comes with the new Intel Atom Baytrail processor which, while not as powerful as the Core i5 that you will find in the Surface Pro, will cope with basic workloads. Asus claims the laptop can run up to 11 hours on battery.
 
Most importantly, it runs Windows 8.1, not Windows RT,  so you can run your regular Windows programs. 
 
It has 64GB of internal storage, micro HDMI port, USB 3.0 port and a MicroSD card slot for expandable storage. On the software side, the machine comes pre-loaded with the full version of Office.
 
The Asus T100 Transformer Book usually retails for $599 but Harvey Norman is selling it for $527 with “12 month’s worth of Premium Support” valued at $299.
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