Morning tech deals highlights

Video Card – There’s a $30 mail-in rebate floating around for Radeon 4750 video cards, bringing the prices down to around $250 for extremely capable video hardware. If I’d yet decided what I was going to do about my gaming machine I’d probably pick one of these up. [Slickdeals]

Monitor – Hannspree 22-inch LCD monitor with 1,680 x 1,050 resolution for $200. [Dealhack]

Kitchen TV – GPX 8.1-inch under-cabinet LCD TV for $130 with additional $75 mail-in rebate. [Dealnews]

Home Theater Speakers – Yamaha 6.1-channel home theater speaker set (no receiver) for $94, shipped [Dealnews]

Flashlights – Denali Super-Bright 9-LED aluminum flashlight 3-pack for $14 on Amazon. [Dealnews]

Electric Sports Bra Lawnmower – Today’s Woot is the Neuton CE 5.2 Battery-Powered Lawn Mower for $305, shipped.

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6 Responses to Morning tech deals highlights

  1. Lonin says:

    Only a few numbers off on the card name, it’s the 4870, not 4750. How could you forget such a memorable name?!

    #4 – Your impression would be quite wrong. The current 4800 series from ATI is the best bang for your buck out there.

  2. 2ds says:

    I got a 4850 on the weekend and my computer has been transformed into a tiny god dedicated to processing pixels, trapped in an aluminium box.

    The 4800’s really are impressive.

  3. Comedian says:

    Too bad the flashlight maker left out the light part.

    From the linked-to Amazon description.

    “Equipped with 9 super-bright LED bulbs these flashlights omit a bright clean light and require less power than conventional bulbs.”

  4. strider_mt2k says:

    Indeed.

    At least the Schwarzschild radius is manageable.

  5. AirPillo says:

    I was under the impression that ATI has been on a toboggan ride to shitsville ever since AMD took over.

    Their drivers have certainly been on the decline.

  6. Anonymous says:

    OMG Mr. Show rules!!1!

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