Morning tech deals highlights

HDTV Combo – If you’re looking for a high-end HDTV, Amazon is selling the Sony Bravia KDL-40XBR6 40-inch LCD HDTV for $1,348, shipped, with a free BDP-S550 Blu-ray player. Basically you’re getting the Blu-ray player for free and the TV for $50 off. [Slickdeals]

microSD – 4GB Transcend microSDHC flash card for $6.50, shipped. [Slickdeals]

Slacker Portable – The original model Slacker Portable is available for $80, shipped. I prefer the newer model but that’s not a bad price. (The G2 is $200.) [Dealhack]

HP Laptops – There are several full-sized laptops from HP coming in around $400-$500. Take that, netbooks. [Dealnews]

iPhone Dynometer – “PocketDyno”, which uses the iPhone’s accelerometer to simulate a dynometer to measure your car’s speed and lateral g-force, is available for free at the moment. I don’t have a car at the moment so I can’t tell you how well it works, but free is free. [iTunes App Store]

AA Batteries – 4-pack of Sony Stamina Platinum Alkaline batteries for $2, shipped. [Dealnews]

The Ugliest Mouse Ever – Neiman Marcus Swarovski Crystal Wireless Mouse for $35, shipped. Just tacky beyond belief. [Dealnews]

PCTV HD USB Stick – Today’s Woot is the Pinnacle PCTV HD Mini Stick for Mac and PC for $75, shipped overnight. It’s a USB TV tuner for your PC.

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3 Responses to Morning tech deals highlights

  1. dculberson says:

    You don’t have a car? Oh, is your 2002 parked for the winter? That’s dedication.

  2. Joel Johnson says:

    I’m not in Oregon, where lil’ Ruby is parked. Probably won’t be back there until March or so.

  3. zuzu says:

    Today’s Woot is the Pinnacle PCTV HD Mini Stick for Mac and PC for $75, shipped overnight. It’s a USB TV tuner for your PC.

    A quick Googling looks like EyeTV does support this tuner, but double-check before you hit checkout.

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