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  • Newegg: ESET NOD32 Antivirus Home Edition v3 for $14.99 (Best antivirus around, won’t slow down your computer)

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  1. agnamus says:

    “ESET NOD32 Antivirus Home Edition v3 for $14.99 (Best antivirus around, won’t slow down your computer)”

    Paid endorsement?

  2. theblackdog says:

    Not bad pricing on the lenovo, unfortunately they are not taking new orders on their mini-notebooks (S-series) right now :-(

    I still signed up for an e-mail to alert me when they’re back in stock, maybe they’ll honor the price or make it better.

  3. aceball says:

    14.99 is a great deal on NOD32, normally 59.99, I paid 29.99 6 months ago and it was the best $30 Ive ever spend on antivirus, small footprint and does everything in the background

  4. tubby17 says:

    I’ve always heard great things about NOD32, but what always stopped me was that I thought it was a subscription-based service. So you pay $14.99 up front but then have to buy a 1- or 2-year subscription as well. However, I’m not so sure that this is the case. Can anyone confirm? I’m happy using AVG Free, but as long as there’s no paid subscription, NOD32 is tempting…

  5. aceball says:

    The 14.99 will get you the first year subscription, after that you have to renew, looks like $28 for one year and $50 for two years, Im telling you, Im a cheap-ass techie, so most of the software on my computer is free, NOD32 is one of the few pieces of software I gladly pay for.

  6. viriiman says:

    The AE deal appears to be dead (old)

  7. dianabanana says:

    Way too late on the American Eagle code, it expired on Aug. 26th :(

  8. orielbean says:

    Anyone have a personal opinion or well-paid endorsement for the fastest 64 bit os AV? I want a small footprint vs pretty shiny things.

  9. elislider says:

    sad NOD32 sold out.. :(

  10. oneliketadow says:

    The Consumerist should have a “Send $100 to pay down your CC/Student loan/mortgage friday” Deal!

  11. jimv2000 says:

    Wow, that code makes the Lenovo laptops cost about what they actually should cost normally! Amazing!

  12. MarcoVincenzo says:

    All the Lenovo computers come with M$ Windows and they don’t appear to offer any method for ordering a computer without paying the Microsoft Tax. No Deal!

  13. Streyeder says:

    ESET is TERRIBLE. It USED to be good, but went to the trash fairly quick after Leo Laporte made them popular. I was infected by a virus that completely trashed my machine for a day or so and ESET, McAfee, and Symantec couldn’t fix it. (Eset let it in, none of the others could properly clean it either.) Thank God though, because Kaspersky cleaned it in one swoop.

    I refuse to use anything else these days. Just MHO though.

  14. Finine says:

    Not sure if you normally list Walgreen’s coupons but they’re running $10 off a $40+ purchase for today and tomorrow. [www.walgreens.com]

  15. Morton Fox says:

    Is it ethical to use that Lenovo discount code if you’re not an IBM shareholder?

  16. xkevin108x says:

    I ordered one of those MP3 players. For $20 it seemed like it would make a nice Christmas present for somebody.