Alabama's tax free holiday will begin Fri, August 2 and end Sunday, August 4 giving shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain school supplies and computers free of tax.
- Computers, computer software and school computer supplies of $750 or less is tax exempt
- School supplies, art supplies and school instructional material of $50 or less per item is tax exempt
With that in mind, here's a look at some of the latest tech gadgets for students.
- The brand new Chromebooks from Samsung, HP and Acer are easy to use for students. They boot up in seconds and are designed to make it easy and fast to get things done.
- The Acer Iconia W3 is a small form Windows 8 tablet that's great for work and play.
- The Acer Value Touch Laptop is very portable at only 11.6", and at a very affordable price ($399).
- New tablets like the HP Slate 7 with Beats, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Samsung Note 8.0, and new, lower prices on the Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire.
- The Dell Inspiron 20 Touch AIO is a computer and monitor bundled into one with touch, making it perfect for the whole family. Essentially, it's a desktop for productivity, and its touch capabilities provide fun and creativity.
- Tote Your Tech - Keep tech intact and in style with sleek cases for laptops and tablets. The Jansport Superbreak Sleeve is a backpack for laptops with its convenient straps and pocket for chord storage. Combine fashion and function with a wide assortment of tablet sleeves from animal prints to plaids to neon accents.
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